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Youth is a topic that will never become outdated; youth literature is a genre that will never lose readers. Hope, love, vitality, rebellion, pain, confusion -- youth has different meanings in different times by different people. Youth literature provides such a platform for everyone to tell his own youth story, express his own understanding of youth and record his own youth experience. Now let's take a look at this growing field and the writers who are transforming it
Cai Jun
Ming Xiaoxi
Li Shasha
Sun Rui
Mu Xia
Bu Feiyan
Rao Xueman
Di An
Zheng Xiaoqiong
Lu Jian
Han Han's New Magazine
"Our target audience is young people with high education background," Han said
Guo Jingming, 'My Name is the Golden Sign'
Youth literature has changed from books to magazines and "mooks," publications in the format of a magazine but sold as books
Di An's Different Brand of Youth Literature
Some critics believe youth literature like Memory in the City of Dragon could give today's teenagers, who consider most classic books boring, a chance to enjoy real literature and learn critical thinking
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