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Liu Zongyuan, Nathaniel Dolton-Thornton, and Yu Yuanyuan
Liu Zongyuan (773 – 28 November 819) was a Chinese philosopher, poet, and politician who lived during the Tang Dynasty. Liu was born in present-day Yongji, Shanxi. Along with Han Yu, he was a founder of the Classical Prose Movement.
Nathaniel Dolton-Thornton is a recent graduate of the University of Oxford, where he studied Chinese poetry and translation as a Marshall Scholar. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Tin House, Prelude, Poetry Salzburg Review, Griffith Review, Salamander, Sycamore Review, TAB, Tipton Poetry Journal, The Account, Raritan, and other publications.
Yu Yuanyuan is Associate Professor in the School of Foreign Studies at Anhui University, academic visitor in the Faculty of English at the University of Cambridge (2018-2019), and translator. Her recent poetry translation appears in Poetry Hall, The World Poets Quarterly, etc. Her translations have appeared in Modern Poetry in Translation, “the only truly international journal in Britain” (James Kirkup), Poetry Hall, The World Poets Quarterly, and Translating China among other publications.