One thing’s missing in my life
One thing in Chinese that seems to be missing, really
One thing that for the English lingua the British and the Yankees do equally so well
As indeed they should
Good, quality, audio-books
That’s what’s missing
Books that you can listen to, too
To enjoy literature by much loved Chinese writers
And this, I’d say, for all sorts of incongruous and private reasons
Like, suppose, if you’re an acoustic gourmet like me, or a blind person or old-age pensioner,
Or one of these bizarre foreigners, possibly an illiterate brat,
Or just a keen student of Mandarin
Or simply too busy really to waste precious looking time
Just reading complicated words you know nothing about
Audio-books in Chinese, I say, some at least would be most welcome
There’s a market, I suspect, but maybe there isn’t!
So, what’s the problem?
Any native thought on that?