汉语世界(2015年第4期)总第53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07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:164



For many a corrupt official and outdated policy Judgment Day has come; we look at three ways China’s beleaguered court system is changing for the better, from reeducation through labor to paying judges properly. From the courts to the fields, we also look at how the differences inherent in cultivation—the grizzled independence of wheat and the wise solidarity of rice—has affected Chinese culture from north to south. However, that land once tilled by farm hands now plays host to outlet malls, so we take a look at how people change and adapt to the life relocated as the countryside makes way for modernity. Beneath even the soil itself lies one of China’s greatest treasures: a wealth of hominid remains; the bones in China’s earth tell the story of mankind—from the lost bones of the Peking Man to the “dragon bones” of the Lantian Women. Besides all that, we bring you the best in fiction, travel, art, film, interviews, language, and storytelling we hope you’ve come to expect from us here at TWOC.



主题故事:五湖四海的中国人聚在一起闲聊,少不了关于南北差异的话题。调侃归调侃,谁知有人居然较起了真儿。美国学者Thomas Talhelm是第一个拿科学的方法来研究这种差异的人。他说,这都是种小麦和种水稻种出来的。关于这个问题,你怎么看?




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Judgment Day
There is much worry about on the front lines of rule of law, and we take a look at three ways judicial reforms are working to fix age-old worries in China’s court system—from judicial brain drain and jurisdiction to the abolition of reeducation through labor
Hidden throughout China are incredible specimens, the great ancestors of the Homo sapiens. From the Peking man through to the Tianyuan man, the story of man’s progress has been found time and time again in China’s soil.
Rice vs. Wheat
Can the differences inherent in methods of cultivation shape culture? David Dawson looks at how the structure of societies, ancient and modern, are shaped by the independence of wheat and the societal harmony of rice.
The Life Relocated
Outside monuments to consumerism, rural communities try to stave off the march of modernity. Their villages are now high rises and their fields are now lobbies, but they maintain a uniqueness of spirit and culture.
Against the Grain
Get lost in the unbelievably intricate wooden universe carved out by master craftsman Zheng Chunhui who turned an ancient painting into a three-dimensional marvel
Dragon’s Digest
Haunted Rooms
Author and ex-journalist Su Gengsheng weaves a tale of unsettling horror amid the banal frustrations of everyday life as a struggling journalist covering the suicide beat
Songs of the South
The Dong people from Guizhou, Hunan, and Guangxi provinces are a credit to the warm, simple traditions of the southern ethnic minorities—maintaining architectural wonders and music from a bygone age
On the Road
Sunrise before Time
Are the 4,000-year-old monoliths at Taosi China’s answer to Stonehenge? Join a sunrise trip to the now-buried remains of what was perhaps the capital of a grand empire millennia ago among the fields of a Shanxi village.

Shen Fu’s Floating Life
Perhaps the most enigmatic and brilliantly crafted novels of late 19th century Chinese literature, Six Records of a Floating Life is a revealing study into the minutiae and beauty of the drama of the late Qing Dynasty that still holds true today
Time Machine
Ancient China’s Cambodia
Zhou Daguan, who traveled to Cambodia over 700 years ago, was like many young explorers of his time–bold, eloquent, judgmental, and a bit of a pervert. Accompany him on his trip and laugh along with his forays into toilet humor.
Social Chinese
Home Truths
There is nothing kind or pleasant about renting in China—a callous, hateful chore in an industry of malignant cheats and monstrous profiteers. Hopefully, this little guide will help you navigate the hellscape of renting in the Middle Kingdom.
Lost and Love
Child kidnapping literally tears families apart; such drama is surely the stuff of inspiration for any seriously-minded director. Fourth-wave director Peng Sanyuan along with Hong Kong dreamboat Andy Lau take on this grim task in Lost and Love together with a dash of humor, albeit with mixed results.

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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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