Whether it is classical literature or contemporary literature, Wei Desheng does not exclude it. His favorite works do not distinguish between classical and modern. The only special thing is that when reading past stories, the conflict between different cultures and human nature will be more intense. "For video creation, it has a strong dramatic tension, so I prefer to use past themes to present. One reason is that in terms of production, past themes will have an imaginary space, which is not an imagination out of thin air, but a combination of real appearance and imagination, which is interesting and fresh to me.”
The opening of the text constitutes reading, popular database and the feeling of reading constitutes the present Wei Desheng believes that in order to attract people to read a book, the "opening" is very important. This is also the reason why the book "One Hundred Years of Solitude" attracted him. "Seeing the opening paragraph of One Hundred Years of Solitude: a colonel leaning against the wall, ready to be executed, a dying man, what is going on in his mind at this moment? Is it blank? Or nervous Scared? Or worried about the future? Unexpectedly, he recalled the afternoon when he was looking for ice cubes with his father when he was a child. The more exciting." "
Tom's Adventures" is the most interesting and wonderful story Wei Desheng thinks. In addition to buying books, he even bought a whole set of cartoons for children to read, hoping that children can learn about different eras from simple stories. "We can imagine the life of children in that place, that era, and those rural areas. Once we open it, we can't help but read it in one breath. It's amazing. When I was invited to share the book list, I turned it over and read it again. , I still think it looks good!” Perhaps for modern people, what we need is the courage of this newborn calf-do not know how big the world is, and how small we are, so we dare to take risks. "It's very important to me, and I hope I can continue to be in that mood in the things I want to do in the future."