How to Read Chinese Poetry Videos

How to Read Chinese Poetry Videos (HTRCPV) is launched as a companion program of How to Read Chinese Poetry Podcast. As a matter of fact, its first episodes are cross-listed as special video episodes (eps. 37-39) of the Podcast. Unlike the Podcast, HTRCPV does not track Chinese poetry’s historical development but presents episodes in thematic clusters. Due to the much greater technical challenges in producing videos, the AIGCS will not be able to release episodes at regular intervals. The AIGCS asks for kind patience from the viewers.

Zong-qi Cai, Program Host
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Official Site: https://howtoreadchinesepoetry.com/

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The Sounds of the Tang Poetry (8) : Li Bai in Nashville : An American singing Tang poems, Episode 8, Andrew MERRITT

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The Sounds of the Tang Poetry (7) : From Kuyin to Yinsong : Constructing and reciting regulated verse, Episode 7, Jonathan STALLING

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The Sounds of the Tang Poetry (6) : From Zhiyin to Yunxue : The rise of Chinese rhyme studies, Episode 6, Jonathan STALLING

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The Sounds of the Tang Poetry (5) : Regulated poetic forms & modes of thinking : Sonnet and Lüshi, Episode 5, Zong-qi CAI

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The Sounds of the Tang Poetry (4) : Constructing heptasyllabic regulated verse, Episode 4, Zong-qi CAI

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The Sounds of the Tang Poetry (3) : Constructing pentasyllabic regulated verse, Episode 3, Zong-qi CAI

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The Sounds of the Tang Poetry (2) : Constructing regulated quatrains, Episode 2, Zong-qi CAI

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The Sounds of the Tang Poetry (1) : Mastering tones in modern and middle Chinese, Episode 1, Zong-qi CAI