Sci-Fi Story Book (with VR activity)


Science-fiction stories bring children into a world of fantasy. Reading science-fiction stories not only brings enjoyment, but also helps develop children’s creativity and imagination. WIT, in collaboration with Stanley Chan, has jointly published a series of five children’s science-fiction stories that touch upon the elements of Artificial intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (AR), Neuroscience, technology, and humanity. Stanley Chan, one of the most notable and renowned sci-fi authors for his realist and new wave style of this generation, has been dubbed “China’s William Gibson”. WIT is fortunate to collaborate with Stanley Chan to adapt his novels for younger audience. A team of linguists has worked closely together to tailor-made the story specifically for non-Chinese students to learn and acquire common vocabulary and challenging grammatical concepts, so that they can be exposed to the language and acquire it in a natural way. A series of questions and activities for parents and children is designed by the team to continue engaging readers in explore and discuss beyond the stories.
The first book of the series The Magical Companion was adapted from Jimmy of the July 2007 edition in the World Science Fiction Expo. One of the key science fiction elements is virtual reality, an informational science technology. Using a series of high-tech equipment and instruments, VR creates a magical fantasy world for humans.

Putting on a pair of magical glasses, we can meet people we would not be able to meet in real life, and experience things we would not be able to otherwise. The beauty of the virtual reality world can give us hope in the real world, create a lasting friendship, and bring changes to life.
What you see may not be true and what you feel may not be untrue, but technology can bring us together beyond imagination. We hope that the story can embark children on a journey of fun and wonder.

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