Accidentally, when I was sorting out the books, I found that I had been reading several magazines of the book city when it was first published for several years. I have basically collected these magazines. It has been four years since the first issue. Some comments and evaluations in the book are also worth reading. I don't want some "high-profile" newspapers to make high-profile publicity, In fact, its content is really vulgar, with no characteristics, and even pull a pile of garbage like star comments to evaluate the sacred books.
To roughly describe the good words in my mind, they are knowledge but not empty, interesting but not dull, and insightful but not mediocre. In addition, knowledge does not distinguish between things, interest does not distinguish between local and foreign, and opinion does not distinguish between left and right. This is where the Book City exists. There are no sophisticated scholars, no vulgar folk men, and the topic is worth noting. The argument can be left or right.
Most of the books introduced and evaluated in the Book City are foreign classics, many of which are ancient. I read these books to set off my own depth and self-restraint. Of course, in fact, I am a promising scholar. You could have been narcissistic!