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What Happens If China Makes First Contact? - A trip to China to visit the world’s largest radio dish built for seeking out extraterrestrial intelligence. On the journey, he meets Liu Cixin, China’s preeminent science-fiction writer, for a wide-ranging discussion about the risks of making contact.

去中国参观世界最大的、用于寻找外星生物的天线。在旅途中,他见到了刘慈欣,中国杰出的科幻作家,就接触的风险进行了广泛的讨论……

As America has turned away from searching for extraterrestrial intelligence, China has built the world’s largest radio dish for precisely that purpose.

由于美国人已经不再寻找外星智慧生物,中国已经建设了世界上最大的发射天线正好为了那个目的。

(注:原贴文章详细介绍《三体》大概内容、作者等。)

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【美国reddit网友评论】

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[–]Mogeezie 1464 points 9 hours ago
Liu Cixin wrote the “three body problem” series, if you are at all interested in space exploration and the implications of contact with extra terrestrial life this book is a must read.

刘慈欣写了《三体》系列,如果你对空间冒险和外星生物接触的影响感兴趣,这本书必读。

[–]circa1519 311 points 9 hours ago
Amazing book and series! Some people find them slow but they're worth it. Get the audiobook if get bored with long books.

神奇的书和系列!有些人觉得节奏慢,但值得。如果读长篇无聊,可以听有声小说。

[–]OhBestThing 267 points 8 hours ago*
Crazy series, enjoyed it a lot if a bit of a slog at times. Among other things, as a western guy (American), it was super interesting to read a translated book by a Chinese author (probably first one ever for me). The prose, diction, style, etc. felt VERY different than Western writers. Hard to put my finger on why exactly (more... cold? Logical?), but was very distinct.

疯狂的系列,很喜欢。其他的,作为西方人,读一本中国人写的书非常有趣。文体、笔法、文风等,与西方作者有很大不同。很难切确地说出为什么,但很明显。

[–]Mazzelaarder 39 points 7 hours ago
I'm literally reading it right now and my experience is exactly like yours. It may be the least purple prose SF/fantasy book I've ever read. Almost no flowery language.
I keep wondering if this an author trademark or actually something inherently Chinese.

我现在正逐字逐句地读,我的感受和你一样。这可能是我读过的最不华丽的科幻小说。没有优美的辞藻。我一直在想,这是作者的个人风格,还是中国人本身有的?

[–]TehArkhamKniggit 34 points 8 hours ago
Must be him. A lot of Chinese literature is super artistic and very abstract. I? think it’s his writing style.

肯定是他啊,大部分中国文学都非常艺术抽象,我认为这是他个人的写作风格。

[–]avgmrThe Magicians 11 points 6 hours ago
I had this argument with a friend, but there is tons and tons of metaphor throughout all three books. I find it very weird that people say it's a dry writing style, it's really not at all.

我和一个朋友也有这样的争议,但三本书中都有大量隐喻。我很奇怪人们说是枯燥的文风,实际上不是的。

[–]mrpanadabear 41 points 7 hours ago
Chinese is a really poetic language with lots of metaphors and similes used in every day conversation so I could definitely see that. I've also noticed that Chinese novels tend to have more abrupt scene transitions and flashbacks/flash forwards than American novels.

中文是非常诗意的语言,在日常对话中有很多暗喻和明喻,我能清楚明白。我也注意到,比起美国小说,中国小说有更多突兀的场景转换、倒叙或闪前。

[–]IoNJohn 10 points 6 hours ago
Insane coincidence! I haven't read a book in almost 3 years and one of my friends gifted me "Three Body Problem" just a couple of weeks ago. She knew that I kinda stopped reading but she told me this one got a Hugo award and it was worth it. I'm almost to the last chapter of the book and I thoroughly enjoyed it! It does read a little bit slow but very satisfying once it picks up the pace. I also have to admit it was a bit weird to see all those Chinese culture references and writing style but fascinating nonetheless when I got into it.

太巧了!我差不多3年没读过一本书,几个星期前朋友给了我“三体”,她知道我不怎么阅读,但她告诉我这本书获得了雨果奖,值得一读。我几乎读到了最后一章,非常喜欢!读的时候有点慢,但一旦加快速度就非常满意。我也不得不承认,看到这些中国文化的参考文献和写作风格有点奇怪,但当我融入其中,却很吸引人。

[–]LibraryAtNight 22 points 7 hours ago
The world would be a better place if we read more of each other's literature. It helps remove the sense of otherness.

如果我们读更多其他人的文学,世界将变得更美好,这会帮助消除差异感。

[–]javalorum 6 points 5 hours ago
I totally agree with this. There're too many times we dislike or fear each other because we couldn't get past the seemingly different appearances.

我很同意这点,很多时候我们不喜欢或害怕彼此,我们不能跨越表面上的不同。

[–]SiegfriedKircheis 4 points 6 hours ago
Dark Forest was my favorite. It made everything a lot more human. The ending was brilliant.

《黑暗森林》是我的最爱,它让一切变得人性化,结局很精彩。

[–]BakingTheCookiesRigh 7 points 8 hours ago
Even the audiobook was slow... But it's a fascinating and meandering book.

即使有声读物很慢,但它是一本引人入胜、跌宕起伏的书。