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Haishu has emerged a group of folk reading clubs 2013-07-12

 

Whether you are a student of history or a good at art, whether you are a life expert or a traveler, as long as you are willing to share the reading experience with others, you can open a topic in the book club and get a bunch of friends. The day before yesterday, Haishu held a national reading promotion meeting, a group of folk reading clubs such as the Scholars Club and the Tianyi Youth Reading Club, and shared the group-style reading stories, attracting many readers to come and learn. In recent years, more and more folk reading clubs have emerged in Haitang. They are all self-organized reading salons organized by folk book lovers, and they advocate sharing the joy of reading. "The reading club is not serious. You tell me to listen. Most of the time, sitting around the table, the speaker can listen to the audience at any time." The Tianyi Youth Reading Club attracted many young scholars to join in a free and relaxed reading atmosphere. Organizer Lin Jin told reporters that the main speaker of the reading club was mainly responsible for Zhang Luo, and the sharers did not have any threshold. "The book is the medium, and reading is also the medium." The introduction of the scholar club organizer Ou Yushan, sharing his reading experience through speeches is a feature of the scholar club. At a monthly reading session, the sharing person can tell their own life history according to their own themes, or share a good book. In addition to the folk reading organization, many books in Haishu District also insist on different forms of reading clubs. Zheng Yonghong, the person in charge of Fenglin’s evening bookstore, has been insisting on holding various irregular academic salons and reading clubs. “Sharon emphasizes sharing.” Zheng Yonghong said that the topics held in each reading session are open-ended. Speakers and listeners must exchange names, and talks and interactions take half of each time. Some experts present that there will be a large number of readings between private reading behaviors and public reading activities, which will enrich the reading ecology.