ECHO-ENG is a student organization that consists of English majors. The ECHO-ENG journal, usually released in the Fall semester, aims at providing all-campus students with a platform to present their literary works including short stories, poetry, plays and electronic writings. Workshops and other activities hosted by ECHO-ENG are usually conducted in the Spring semester, aiming at teaching and offering counsel to students who are interested in literature writing. The ECHO-ENG WeChat official account announces near-term activities. It also shares posts in terms of academic assistance as well as experience of graduate school study and applications that benefit English majors.

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Dec-2019Lie judgerGu, Yiyan 
Dec-2019Through the pagesWu, Yulun 
Dec-2019FishermenWu, Haozhuo 
Dec-2019The woman in redWang, Zhanglu 
Dec-2019The heistBane, Jennifer 
Dec-2019Nowhere fastAmos, Laney 
Dec-2019Upon being asked to name one ‘fairest’Powell, John 
Dec-2019Thoughts concerning a lady of KaifengPowell, John 
Dec-2019The seerPowell, John 
Dec-2019After the massPowell, John 
Dec-2019Afternoon, a broken ivory maiden sculptureHuang, Sijia 
Dec-20192018.7.23 Unfinished poemHuang, Sijia 
Dec-2019The finaleHuang, Sijia 
Dec-2019Gifts from autumnGong, Ruihua 
Dec-2019A short stay at Nanjing Pukou train stationFan, Xianghe 
Dec-2019The jokerFan, Xianghe 
Dec-2019The book of sincerityHuang, Sijia 
Dec-2019The stranger in the sarcophagusArrington, Haley 
Dec-2019Poisoned pathAmos, Laney 
Dec-2019ECHO-ENG Issue 2 - Editor's noteDe Vaul, Anna 
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