Professor Fusheng Wu has recently published two new books: Six Lectures on Key Works on East-West Comparative Poetics and Selected Poems of the Three Caos: Cao Cao, Cao Pi, and Cao Zhi.
Six Lectures on Key Works on East-West Comparative Poetics, in Chinese. Beijing: The Academy Press, 2016 (www.book001.com): A collection of six lectures on important works in the English-speaking world that shed light on comparative study of Chinese poetry.
Selected Poems of the Three Caos: Cao Cao, Cao Pi, and Cao Zhi, the bilingual edition. Beijing: The Commercial Press, 2016 (www.cp.com.cn): Translation from classical Chinese into English of the poetry of three poets in early medieval China, Cao Cao (155-220), and his sons Cao Pi (187-226), and Cao Zhi (192-232), with a critical introduction and textual annotations.
Fusheng Wu is professor of Chinese and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies in the Department of World Languages and Cultures. His research focuses on classical Chinese poetry, comparative study of Chinese and English poetry, and East-West comparative poetics.
Congratulations Professor on this great achievement!