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汉语世界(2015年第3期)总第52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05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:136

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How China became a hotbed of entrepreneurship, pop music reborn, money and marriage, and career cleaners—all that and more inside

Just a few decades ago being an entrepreneur or small business owner was practically a criminal offense in some areas of the country. But, somehow, over the past few years, China has grown into a startup superpower. This issue also features "The Ayi Industry". Once upon a time, as in just a decade ago, China’s large families looked after the children, the elderly, and did the housework, but contemporary households have different needs. Also, check out "Rock the Pop" for a look at how reality television is changing Chinese pop music for the better, and take a look at "Money and Matrimony" for a peek into how marriage has changed in recent years. As usual we bring you the quality fiction, news, stories, and photography you've come to expect from us here at TWOC.

《汉语世界》2015年五月刊

封面故事:如果说几十年前,拥有自己的生意仅仅是个梦想,或被认为是不法行为,那么今天的中国已经悄然成为一个忙碌的创业大国。无数普通人正在享受着前所未有的创业便利。但是,“中关村”究竟是不是下一个“硅谷”?针对中国用户研发的服务和产品能否让世界买账?风险投资和“影子银行”对创业产生了什么样的影响?创业者又会遭遇哪些暗礁?听创业者的故事,请阅读封面故事《创业帝国》。

主题故事:不久之前, 一个典型的中国式大家庭还有足够的人手打理家务、照顾老人与孩子。 然而,在这个迅速发展中的现代社会,传统的家庭结构已经全面收缩,日常生活的挑战却越来越大。中国家庭对家政服务的需求急剧膨胀,但“阿姨”们的专业化程度还未跟上。《“阿姨”的大时代》探讨了当前中国家庭和阿姨们面临的各种困境和前景。

让人眼花缭乱的各类音乐真人秀节目也许让部分观众审美疲劳,但就是它们让在盗版中几近没落的中国流行音乐产业重新焕发出了活力, 请阅读《唱响真人秀》。

从“三大件”到狠砸钱,再到裸婚,《结个婚到底要花多少钱?》带您一窥中国近年来在结婚这件事情上发生的变化。

其他栏目:东北大街的常见问题 “你瞅啥?”究竟该怎么回答?“社交汉语”栏目给你标准答案。

老舍先生的《二马》描述了上世纪二十年代马氏父子在伦敦定居的见闻。 一个土生土长的伦敦作者怎么评论这本书呢?请阅读“好书有笺”。

“在路上”栏目带你踏着梁思成八十多年前的步伐,探寻河北正定县的古寺庙群落。

此外,本期杂志还有很多不忽悠人的干货等你来发掘,祝你享受这次阅读!


 

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Startup Kingdom
创业之国
Entrepreneurship is the vanguard of China’s new and improved economy, and despite a lack of official support structures and growing investment hurdles, startups, online and offline, are changing the face of China’s fiscal future
The Ayi Industry
阿姨的全盛时代
Taking care of the kids, the elderly, and the housework used to be the responsibility of the family, but smaller families, contemporary lifestyles, and an abundant workforce from the countryside has made the domestic service sector an important and complex part of modern living
Rock the Pop
唱响真人秀
They might often be looked upon with scorn, but reality television singing competitions are providing a lightning rod for the Middle Kingdom’s pop music industry—using the mass audience appeal and network cohesion for both sales and soft power
Money and Matrimony
结个婚到底要花多少钱?
News of extravagant weddings around the nation appear almost daily: luxury cars, days of partying, and red envelopes full of cash. But, things were not always so. This piece looks at how weddings have changed over the years for the bride and groom, parents, and revelers.

Gallery
Carving Colors
雕琢色彩
Cheng Yu uses his palette knife to shape faceless, colorful characters into life. His surreal representations seem otherworldly, and he paints with the grace and speed of a man possessed.
Dragon’s Digest
Crane
《鹤》
This original short story from Ma Er puts readers into a dreamlike puzzle of transformation and curiosity as a man rides in a house on the back of a crane through the emptiness of a lonely sky
Kaleidoscope
Sparks in the Sky
电力工人之夏
Take a visual journey with some of the hardest working people in China: high-altitude-operation technicians and their support staff. Their grueling, dangerous, thankless job keeps the lights on across the nation.
On the Road
Brick by Brick
跟梁思成看正定
Following in the footsteps of one of China’s greatest architectural minds, we look at the forgotten city of Zhengding from China’s past, its trials, preservation, and the lessons it can teach us today
Social Chinese
Dongbei Survival Guide
来整点儿东北话
You can be funny, charming, folksy, and aggressive in the most common accent of North China. This tongue-in-cheek guide will help you hone your Dongbei-fu in ways you never thought possible.
Time Machine
Thea Sinesis
盗茶者
Espionage, the East India Company, and the secrets of tea in the shadow of the Opium Wars—follow botanist Robert Fortune on his journey to steal tea from the Middle Kingdom in the 19th century
Bookmark
Lao She’s London
老舍的伦敦
See London like you’ve never seen it before, through the eyes of Lao She; his work has echoed through the ages in everything from sci-fi to the theater. In Mr Ma and Son, he tells the tale of the Chinese Diaspora of the 1920s in London.
Zoetrope
Dragon Blade
《天将雄师》
Terence Hsieh critiques Jackie Chan’s recent undertaking, a melodramatic, action-heavy flick from Hong Kong director Daniel Lee—a battle for the Silk Road between Rome and the Middle Kingdom.
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