汉语世界(2015年第6期)总第55期汉语世界(The World of Chinese)



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  • 编辑者:《汉语世界》杂志社有限责任公司  (010-65523100)
  • 主管单位:中国出版传媒股份有限公司
  • 主办单位:商务印书馆有限公司
  • 邮发代号(国内):80-570
  • 邮发代号(国外):BM4956
  • 出版时间:2015年11月开本:16页数:96页
  • ISSN:1673-7660
  • 读者对象:希望了解中国文化的外国读者
  • 人气:270


2015 Issue 6
Today, mental health is an issue discussed at the highest levels of government, but the mechanisms in place and social discourse alike are sorely in need of an update. Also, as the tattoo industry grows, consumers are looking for quality over quantity, something they can find in “Middle Ink-dom”. In “Game Theory” you can learn more about how China’s international needs are changing gaming, and “Unwed and Undefended” will take you into the harrowing world single moms face every day. This issue also has an in-depth interview with Hugo Award Winner Liu Cixin, where he tells us all about his newly-translated Dark Forrest, his views on science fiction, and the upcoming film for the Three-Body Problem. Along with all that, we host the news, views, and issues you’ve come to expect from us here at The World of Chinese.



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The Brain in Pain
Solving the evolving troubles endemic in China’s mental health care system will involve a great deal of hard work. You’ve got new diagnoses on the rise, health care workers on the brink, and an underused, over-regulated private option that can’t seem to get off the ground. The solutions are everywhere, but none of them are easy.

Game Theory
Skeletons vanish, snipers get girlfriends, and warriors don spiked armor. The US and China both have hundreds of millions of gamers on phones and PCs alike, so developers are increasingly localizing their games in weird and creative ways for their global market.

Unwed and Undefended
If you don’t want or have a husband, the fortress of policy preventing single women from having and caring for their children can seem insurmountable, and while this byzantine nightmare of harassment and bureaucracy shows few signs of slowing, neither do the hardworking women who just want their children to have a decent start in life

The Middle Ink-dom
Get an inkling of the foundations of China’s tattoo culture. No longer the province of shady characters on street corners, skin art is increasingly making its way into the homes and onto the bodies of China’s middle class. China has quantity now, but can it get the quality of ink it needs?

Desperate Faces
Yang Chongqing experiments with moments and expressions in his powerful “Couple Faces” series where he tries to look behind the veil of perception. His color and style are unique and the works themselves are haunting.

Wine with the Hakka
Journey to the warmth of China’s south to cook up some rice wine with the Hakka of Zhixi village in Fujian Province. If you’re trying to get to Zhixi and you can’t smell the aroma of freshly brewed rice wine, you’re probably going in the wrong direction. For these kind people, rice wine is a way of life.

On the Road
Road to Winter
You may have heard about Zhangjiakou recently, what with the Winter Olympics announcement and all. But, now is the time to head north, where the lowlands of Beijing meet the plains of Inner Mongolia for empty streets, old walls, and the drive of a lifetime. Get there before the Olympics do.

Made in China
Spare Change and Wishes
How far would you go for good luck? Would you hit a turtle in the head with a coin? Chuck some small change at an ancient mummy? We take a look at why people throw money into fountains in China, a trip that takes us from the Fontana di Trevi to the Ming Tombs outside Beijing.

Liu Cixin, China’s Sci-fi Master
We speak with the hottest name in science fiction—fresh off a Hugo Award win and the English release of Dark Forest. He tells us about his Golden Age inspirations, his first attempt at writing, and his thoughts about the upcoming film.

Social Chinese
How to Break a Heart
So, the time has come and you need to dump someone, but how? Well, saying, “you’re dumped” like Trump might get the job done, but if you want a little Chinese subtlety in your breakup, check out this little do-it-yourself guide to breaking hearts.

Wolf Totem
The book broke records and hearts, but can the movie keep that momentum going? Carlos Ottery takes a look at the failings of this Inner Mongolian tale of ethnic minorities and political turmoil and tries to discover why Wolf Totem seems to have lost its bite.

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The World of Chinese is a bi-monthly English magazine dedicated to Chinese language and culture. Our mission is to share stories that entertain, inform and connect the growing number of Chinese learners and people interested in China. Our content focuses on people, contemporary trends, history, customs, language learning and more. We share personal experiences, human interest and the lighter quirkier side of all things Chinese. Our cover stories focus interviews and in-depth report on China’s latest events and trends, striving to provide a comprehensive cultural background for language learners. Our travel features include visual stories as well as personal adventures from the distant mountain villages to the bustling cities. We publish original translations of some of the most brilliant contemporary Chinese writers for the world to enjoy. We also express environmental concerns in our green column, offer art, humor, food recipes and more. To facilitate language learning is always one of our biggest goals. Therefore, our feature articles are accompanied by fun and useful vocabulary section while language features provide handy speaking tips based on real-life cross-cultural scenarios. Regular columns present the old and modern with a fun twist and interactive, practical content for Chinese learners. The aesthetic of the magazine strives for a balance between modern design and traditional Chinese elements, creating unique illustrations and page layouts worth pasting on your wall.We also run daily blogs on current events, travel guides, street smarts, comics, language pieces and etc. on our website: www.theworldofchinese.com.


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