汉语世界(2016年第1期)总第56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:2016年01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:311


The two-child bombshell still has folks reeling with the possibilities, and families are now pressed with a very important question: should we? Similarly, tradition has fallen to pragmatism with the rise of the househusband in China. But, there are also those often left out of the family debate: the elderly, as China faces grave questions about its aging population. From the nuclear family to nuclear power, we also look at the problems China is having in getting locals to accept the power of the atom, as well as fantastic features on the rising rap scene in the Middle Kingdom and a guide to the modern rise of the online literature industry. Enjoy some original fiction from Han Zhiliao, art from He Xun on the concept of the paradox, and some stunning photography from the Buddhas Chongshan Village. Besides all that, we have all the news, reviews, and views you’ve come to expect from us here at TWOC.









寒知了小说《魔花》: 几千年后,一朵重现江湖的艳丽魔花会掀起怎样的浩劫?它与湮没在历史中的神秘部落又有什么关系?



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Cover Story Family First  
It is said that there is nothing more important than family, but as the vicissitudes of modern life impose new opportunities and strictures, so too do the solutions. The two-child bombshell still has folks reeling with the possibilities, and families are now pressed with a very important question: should we? Similarly, tradition has fallen to pragmatism with the rise of the househusband in China. But, there are also those often left out of the family debate: the elderly, as China faces grave questions about its aging population.

The Rap Battle for China
Now mainstream, hip hop entrepreneurs fight for the ears of China’s music lovers. The aficionados bravely trying to sell this art to the masses are being presented with some interesting questions, not least of which is whether or not Chinese is a language that can best express the peculiar grinding and syncopation of hip hop.

The Nuclear Option
There’s little chance of completely ending China’s reliance on coal anytime soon, but one cleaner option is that of nuclear power. It has therefore been declared for the sake of practicality that nuclear power is the future and that it should be embraced. But, then again, you don’t have to live near one, do you? Residents watch as potential catastrophe moves next door, and this suspicion could drive China to safer standards or gridlock.  

50 Shades of Online Lit
It’s often plagiarized, the writers are amateurish at best, and it often ends up just being poor-quality pornography. So, why is it making so much money? As writers pump out thousands of characters a day, the print industry has been forced to take notice. It’s already been monetized, so it may be the shape of things to come.

Painting the Paradox 诗的情思,画的意趣
Empty bags contain their own kind of weight, is this how they weigh us down? He Xun (贺勋) plays with expectations and contradictions as he uses the peculiarities of language to paint poetry on his intriguing works of art.

The Buddhas of Chongshan Village 金刚怒目,菩萨低眉,刻刀下栩栩如生的慈悲
Suzhou’s wooden Buddhas gain their serene outlook from a million tiny cuts. The craft behind these statues has been passed down through generations; take a look at the families that create this awe-inspiring art.  Dragon’s Digest Return of the Corphid 《魔花》 The curse of the pharaohs lingers over a botanist. What happened in those buried mountain crypts and how is it connected to this mysterious purple plant? Unwrap this mummy mystery in short fiction from Han Zhiliao.  

On the Road
The Path to Seda 一路向西,去看佛光下的色达
Take at trip to Seda, home to the Larong Wuming Buddhist Academy, a Tibetan enclave where a glimpse of the colorful packed mountains might confuse the uninitiated into thinking they had traipsed into Rio’s infamous favelas. As monks ponder the mysteries of life, visitors can peek into a world like no other.  

Made in China
Gambling Rocks! 赌石:一场价值连城的游戏
More than a few wealthy businessmen have bet it all on a single stone. Most lose, but for a lucky few, jade treasures lurk beneath the surface. It’s one of the newest and oldest forms of gambling there is; take the chance, roll the dice, cut the stone.  

Saving Kids at Sun Village 对话 “太阳村”创始人张淑琴
Zhang Shuqin is on a mission to help the children that others would rather just forget. Many of China’s prisoners have children, and when these parents go to jail the kids are left in no-man’s land.

Group Think
Hair and Now 从“剃头匠”到“造型师”,改变的是否只有头衔?
Almost everyone visits them, but how often do you really think about the lives of the people taking blades to your scalp? In the past few decades, the life of a hairdresser has changed less than one might think.

The Dead End 《烈日灼心》
As the name suggests, Cao Baoping’s latest film Dead End doesn’t deliver you to a wholesome, feel-good destination. An intriguing murder mystery, albeit with messy additions, provides more than a few gems and shrieks in its unusually brutal narrative.

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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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