Langshan culture: “The mountain and the village” published


A collection of novels regarding targeted poverty alleviation “The mountain and the village” was officially published recently. It was written by Langshan native writer He Shi who is a member of China Mini Fiction Association, China Reportage Association, Hunan Writers Association, Hunan Prose Association and Changsha Writers Association. He is now also the chief editor of “Cultural Langshan”.

Tie Ning advocated in the article “writing the history of entrepreneurship in the new era”: in the great process of building a moderately prosperous society in an all-round way and fighting against poverty, Chinese writers are present, participants, and writers full of passion. Adhering to the fine tradition of Chinese literature passed down from generation to generation in modern times, Chinese writers go deep into life, take root in the people, and work together with the people to write the outstanding works of praising the great historical achievements and uniting the people’s strength, which has left a blazing and dignified record for the people’s struggle and national progress.

Mr. He Shi is such a person, a participant, and also a writer rooted in the front line.

These works, like the author’s previous documentary literature, not only show his broad feelings of being based on reality and loving his hometown, but also closely follow the theme of poverty alleviation and rural revitalization. At the same time, these works endow retired soldiers with the gorgeous demeanor of unswerving, sticking to their original intention, taking the initiative and showing their talents in the changing times of vast rural areas. Their enthusiasm, diligence, keenness and the innovative pursuit of pioneering and enterprising are fully revealed.

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