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45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English – I’m back in Boston again this weekend – this time for the Fifth Boston University Language & Literature “Fat Book” Symposium – this year’s BFB is #紅樓夢 ! Waiyee will deliver the keynote address, on “Language of Love in Stone Stories.”

And on Saturday, Cathy Yeh and I will chat with an old hero of mine – playwright David Henry Hwang, who with composer Bright Sheng adapted “Dream of the Red Chamber” as an English-language opera.

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

“The Fellowship of the Stone” (thanks to one of the episode’s special guests, Paola, for our new sobriquet!) reunites for a post ending the final episode of #ReadingTheStone.

Motivational Pictures To Help You Achieve Your Wildest Dreams

We welcome many friends – all Hongloumeng scholars and teachers – our AAS “Hongloumeng Afterlives” panelists Paola Zamperini, Canaan Morse, I-Hsien Wu (see previous post), and also Carlos Rojas, Emily Wu, Steve Durrant, Scott Gregory , who were present to discuss their own origin stories and current research interests in Story of The Stone.

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

We also heard from some of our group members – and their experiences reading The Stone together last year. Ann, Waiyee and Eileen concluded by discussing future thematic episodes that we will host in the coming months, now that we have come to the conclusion of reading the story proper. Our next gathering is on 29th April – watch this space or the @readingthestone twitter account for more information!

Fun aside: during our chat today Shelly Kraicer brings up a film she recently saw at the Taiwan Film and Audiovisual Institute – the 1977 modern-day adaptation of Hongloumeng – set in Singapore, with Taiwan’s Daiyu visiting!

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

It Starts With A Dream: How Jee Aspirants Overcome Hurdles To Stay On Course

After a year of #ReadingTheStone online together, it was great to finally meet so many HLM 紅樓夢 fans at #AAS2023, and also for Eileen to chat with Ann for the first time in person (!) We miss you all who attended. not there – our core group!

Thanks to I-Hsien Wu and Paola Giulia Zamperini for hosting a fun and thought-provoking panel on “The Story of the Stone: Afterlives, Legacies, Reinventions” for #aas2023, and inviting Canaan Morse, Wai-yee, Ann, and Eileen Chow to join too.

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

A great talk from I-Hsien Wu on landscape artist Yang Lingfu, who made a replica of Prospect Garden without reading the book; Paola Zamperini on the HLM fashion system in text and adaptation; Canaan Morse in northern pingshu and HLM storycloud. For a description and abstract of the AAS panel, see here

Motivational Poster Quote

It was standing room only, and we are very grateful for everyone’s enthusiastic participation. We love that audience members said our panel was the best rebuke to the recent “humanity is dying” article 🙂

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

Join us to chat about favorite scenes, curious plot points, bypassed topics or just to post any thoughts after reading.

Please join Ann, Waiyee and Eileen 3/25 11amET, and feel free to submit any questions in advance to @ReadingTheStone on Twitter, or in reply here!

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

These 365 Quotes Will Inspire You Every Day This Year

[screenshot from @readingthestone twitter – conversation between Dax and Peter about what to do after finishing HLM]

Hello from Boston! Implied note again: today 3/18/23 #ReadingTheStone – We *won’t* be zooming at 11amET, but Eileen, Ann and Waiyee will be in front of the #AAS2023 Book Fair if anyone wants to stop by and say hello. We’ll be back on zoom 3/25 for the wrap up!

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

We recorded our first Saturday chat on April 2, 2022, and now almost 12 months later, we say goodbye to Story of the Stone, as we reach Chapter 120 together. In this episode we explore the various ‘happy endings’ presented at the end of fiction, and wonder if they answer the questions posed by the text in the first place.

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But we’re not done with #ReadingTheStone yet! – Next Saturday we’ll be streaming live from Boston, and we’ll also continue occasional future episodes on thematic topics – check back with us and we’ll keep you posted too!

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

Thanks to everyone who joined us on this adventure – Waiyee, Ann and Eileen are very grateful.

Our heroic trio Waiyee, Ann and Eileen reunite (thanks Shelly!) for the penultimate episode discussing Chapters 110-115, along with the rest of our #ReadingTheStone community. Today’s conversation ranges from Hou Hsiao-hsien’s City of Sorrows to Everything, Everywhere at Once – but also dives deeper into the notion

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

Missed By 11 Marks’: Upsc Aspirant’s Post After Last Failed Attempt

情 as we find it in this story and in Chinese philosophical discourse, thanks to Wei and Waiyee. Several character deaths are explored – Faithful, Xifeng, Grandma Jia and  Adamantina – as we head towards the end.

Laurie: It’s okay to talk early because obviously everything is going to hell. Kate: If this is like how it happened IRL, I can see why Cao didn’t finish the book. Dani K.: Haha, Laurie Shelly: “Heroic Trio” original version: Michelle Yeoh, Maggie Cheung,   Anita Mui. “Heroic Trio” sequel: Eileen Chow, Ann Waltner, Li Wai-Yee (give your corresponding roles accordingly) Wei: I want to have a HLM and EEAAO reunion chat. Is this too much to ask?

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

Waiyee and Eileen have other commitments this week, but Ann leads the #ReadingTheStone group in a rich discussion about Chapters 105-109, about the two plots of Baoyu’s marriage and also the Fall of the House of Jia, and whether, even for those with power and money and ties like the Jia family, there may be a limit to their ability to evade the justice system of their time.

Timeless Chinese Proverbs Worth Memorizing

Lots of interesting and overlapping threads this week on the exorbitant price of sea otter skins in the early 18th century (thanks Kate!), the list of family corruption and Xifeng’s guilt, personal turmoil and public prominence (Stephanie’s early experience working with Ted Kennedy informed thoughts here!), whether Baoyu’s trajectory might be an anti-bildungsroman (thanks Shelly), and why it seems impossible to contemplate harmonious polygamy as an outcome for Baoyu Baochai and Daiyu in this fictional world, despite its acceptance in the ‘real world’ and in other instances in this story (Steve and Ann and Elena are all weighed in here).

45 ++ Best Upsc Dream Quotes In English

Kate: In the 1750s, one sea otter fur was worth enough to provide the Russians who brought it back to Asia (they were exterminated in Russia) with a home & sustenance. And that’s before middlemen sell it to Chinese families. The ones on the list were probably just as valuable because Cao’s childhood was when they were going extinct. Stephanie: At the end of the day, I don’t think this should ever happen to a great family, and it’s mostly their own fault. The system is not that cruel. Kate: Didn’t Jia Zheng have his own lineage title and then get his brother’s title as a second title? Or am I misremembering? Elena: “How does the smartest daughter-in-law in the world make porridge without rice?” The eerie passage about Baichai “grafting” Baoyu’s love for Daiyu to him. Kate: I think this would read very differently if there was no acceptance of polygamy. It doesn’t seem to matter that Baoyu likes Daiyu, Fivey, Aroma and Baochai simultaneously because everyone else has multiple wives. Richard : Jia Lan seems to be the future of the family. Perhaps Jia Lan’s story should be a kind of contrast – Li Wan throughout is the most conventional figure – a pious widow. Jia Lan’s success is a reward for her good behavior. Stephanie: This reminds me of what someone made very early on, Baoyu is a rock and Daiyu is a blade of grass, so we can’t have great worldly expectations either. So, the final fate of the family is not their responsibility? Elena: I didn’t think too much about Jia Zhu’s death. Wonder if that caused Baoyu to be “stuck” in adolescence? Interesting to read again as a story about family grief/loss — is that why no one pays attention to the details of everyday life? Kate : It seems a bit harsh to blame Baoyu for failing to save the family when the family has failed for two generations before. Of course he was behind on his exam schedule and position, but was he so far behind that he could have a high-status job at this point? Richard : About Baoyu and the suffering there is also the death of Qin Zhong Stephanie : I was a political aide to Ted Kennedy when he had a difficult re-election campaign…going back to the history of US politics, it was his eldest brother Joe who was groomed for career politics, not John, Robert, or Ted. Shelly: To what extent is the novel not a bildungsroman at all, the story of Baoyu coming of age? Has he changed at all? Developing? or is he static, until he walks out, to fulfill his inner destiny? Stephanie: Baoyu felt mostly static to me, at least before the exam, stuck in an immature phase of life. Elena: Shelley is leaving

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