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Zhu Deyong: Juedui xiaohai (Absolute children)

ISBN: 978-7-80685-749-6, 9787806857496
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Chinese Titel: 绝对小孩
ISBN: 978-7-80685-749-6, 9787806857496
Language: Chinese (simplified characters)
Author: Zhu Deyong 朱德庸
Publisher: 上海锦绣文章出版社 (Shanghai jinxiu wenzhang chubanshe)•上海故事会文化传媒有限公司 (Shanghai gushi hui wenhua chuanmei youxian gongsi)
ISBN: 9787806857496
Year of Publication:2007
Edition:first edition
Number of pages:179
Package:Paperback
Format: 19 x 21 cm
Weight: 442 gram




Zhu Deyong: Return to Childhood with Absolute Children


In the preface to his latest comic book Absolute Children (Juedui Xiaohai), Taiwan cartoonist Zhu Deyong says that he had previously never considered doing a book about children because he "hated children."

After his son was born, he hid in his study for three days, too upset to utter a word. His wife Feng Manlun sighed and said: "Well, I'll raise this child."

But Zhu's son turned out to be his good friend and changed him. When the boy turned 9, Zhu decided to write his first book about children, Absolute Children, to help people rediscover the innocence of their childhood.

"I hope the book can bridge children's world and adults' world," Zhu told Shenzhen readers when signing copies of Absolute Children at Shenzhen Book City on Saturday.

Shenzhen was the last leg of Zhu's national promotional tour for Absolute Children. In every city he visited, the 41-year-old cartoonist was received like a star.


The new book, which hit the mainland market about a month ago, is welcome news for fans of Zhu, whose most popular book, Pink Ladies, was adapted to TV several years ago.

Absolute Children is also slated to be turned into an animation series soon, Zhu said.

Hundreds of young parents and children waited in line for a signed copy of the brightly colored comic book Saturday, clear evidence of the popularity of the Taiwan cartoonist here.

Zhu, who majored in film at college but become a professional cartoonist at the age of 29, is the best-known Chinese cartoonist. His hilariously entertaining comic books have been read by thousands of millions of people all around the world.

His most popular series include Family Warfare (Shuang Xiang Pao),"which examines the forever-raging battle between men and women; Pink Ladies (Fen Hong Se Nu Lang), which depicts the lives of four women who share the same apartment in Taipei, and The Hipsters (Cu Liu Zu), which describes single life in Taipei from the perspectives of both men and women.

Absolute Children is aimed at "children who don't want to grow up" and adults who "want to return childhood," said Zhu, who insists that "childhood is at the heart of everybody."

Zhu's Absolute Children features six fun-loving children who are troublesome in the eyes of their parents and teachers. One of the children is based on Zhu's son, Zhu Zhongwei.

The series explores the innocent world of children, the absurdity of adults from the children's perspective, as well as the constant battles between children and parents.

Zhu Deyong's humor and philosophical observations make it as hilarious and thought-provoking as any of his previous best-sellers.

Zhu said he rated his new book, on which he spent five years, as the "funniest book" he had ever written.


Like his other books, Absolute Children has four images in each page, which together tell a self-contained story, while following a loose plot.

Compared with his earlier comics, Absolute Children has more fun than satire. If there is satire, it's about adults.

The children's innocence often mirrors the absurdity of the adults.

To quote a couple of lines from Absolute Children:

"Father: We are an aristocrat family. I'm an aristocrat father, she is an aristocrat mother, and you are an aristocrat child.

Mother: We live in an aristocratic house. We use aristocrat things. Our friends are aristocrats. Everything around us is aristocratic.

Child: There is an aristocratic fly in my aristocratic soup!"

Zhu said the book was based on memories of his childhood and his son.

His own childhood memories, however, are far from happy. He said he was an "egoist" as a child, who would not do anything he disliked or make friends with anyone he disliked.

"I was a combination of Pitou, Wumao, and Taoyan," said Zhu, referring to the three naughty boys in Absolute Children.

In a society where children are expected to follow every word of their parents, children such as Zhu are certain to be regarded as troublesome. Zhu said his childhood was an endless struggle with parents and teachers.

While raising his own child, however, Zhu finally discovered that he hated children simply because he was unwilling to recall his own childhood, and the compromises he made with adults.

He said he decided not to let his son follow the same path. He never forces his son to attend extra classes, and plays with him often.

His son has not faced the difficulties he himself experienced, and even managed to enter a well-known high school.

While playing with his son, Zhu said he experienced a happy childhood, which inspired him to write Absolute Children.

"My son solved my psychological problems," said Zhu.



Zhu wrote his first book about children, Absolute Children, to help people rediscover the innocence of their childhood. Hundreds of young parents and children waited in line for a signed copy of the brightly colored comic book Saturday, clear evidence of the popularity of the Taiwan cartoonist in Shenzhen.

(Shenzhen Daily August 1, 2007)

http://www.china.org.cn/english/culture/219348.htm


Author

Cartoonist, a native of Jiangsu Province, was born in April 16th, 1950. Graduated from the Department of Cinema Writing and Directing of Shih Shin College of Journalism. Now a full-time professional cartoonist. His published works include the “Double Bang Fireworks” series, the “The Hipsters” series, the “City Ladies” series, “Anything Takes Place”, “Something about office hours”, etc.

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