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汉语世界(2018年第6期)总第73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:2018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:496

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2018 Issue 6
From cryptids to lost cities and other curiosities, we delve into classic myths and mysteries from history. Plus features, food, travel, and more

神农架到底有没有野人存在?历史上的楼兰古国是怎么样离奇消失?鄱阳湖的神秘沉船事件又有怎样的解释?让我们一起探索未知的中国



封面故事:神秘追踪:神农架的野人传说,消失的楼兰古国,和中国的百慕大

主题故事:房子是租来的,可生活是自己的

主题故事:国产游戏呼唤原创力
主题故事:“无账户”群里正在越变越小,中国的普惠金融正在进行中
星闻:大师单田芳去世,当代受众的品味也不同以往,评书这门艺术后事如何,谁来分解?
吃了吗:锅巴——既是有风味的小吃,也是有故事的菜
镜像中国:浙江缙云黄帝祭祀大典
40年:从小渔村到大都市,是深圳的“一梦四十年”

小说、艺术、语言……从国际视角欣赏中国文化,用地道英文讲述中国故事。有幽默,有泪水,有真知灼见……从封面到封底,想停都停不下来。

 

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2018-06-目录
Stranger Things
Unexplained mysteries from China’s history and nature
Swindle on the Steppe – Ancient Books on Radio – Boomtown Dreams

Table of Contents
Cover
Mystery Tour
寻找神农架野人、消失的楼兰古城、鄱阳湖沉船之谜——探索神秘中国!
It’s joked that no one is allowed to become an immortal in the PRC; still, modern science and archeology have yet to explain many enigmas from both ancient and contemporary China. Whether it’s a rumored “wild man” in Shennongjia Forest or a Chinese “Bermuda Triangle” known for shipwrecks, TWOC delves into the heart of China’s mysteries—and discover how they keep people coming back for more
Feature
Black Market
租房辛酸史
A long-ignored facet of the housing boom, renting is becoming popular with urbanites unable to buy. But with skyrocketing prices, a carcinogenic drywall scandal, and shady agents running amok, it’s hard for China’s tenants to find a place to call home
Feature
The Great Unbanked
普惠金融进行中
Over 200 million Chinese citizens lack bank accounts, mostly the rural and elderly with little access to or trust of banks and technology. As mobile payment further widens the gap, how can China make sure its “unbanked” aren’t left behind?
Feature
Game Over?
国产游戏呼唤原创力
Though China is home to 459 million gamers and Tencent, the world’s biggest game company, censorship and profit-chasing shut out high-quality imports and strangle creativity in domestic games. What will it take for China to come out and play?
Kaleidoscope
First Man
浙江缙云黄帝祭祀大典
He’s supposed to have been the first leader to unify China, and emperor of every dynasty claimed to be his descendants—no, not Qin Shi Huang, but the legendary Yellow Emperor, who also invented herding and achieved immortality. Today, he symbolizes a shared cultural heritage for China and the Chinese diaspora, and his “descendants” gather every year in noisy celebration of their multitalented patriarch
Dragon’s Digest
The Socialite
《名媛》
Born into the glitz of old Shanghai Shanghai, the Chinese socialite disappeared in the tumult of war and history. But in this short story, as a fading Chinese-American aristocrat meets the mainland’s nouveau riche, they discover that the more things change, the more they stay the same
Tech Support
Seeing Red
“小红书”为什么这样红?
Like, comment, and buy: Innovative app Xiaohongshu combines social media with e-commerce, gaining celebrity users and a reputation for making things viral. But is trend-setting really a profitable business model?
Time Machine
Tracing the Tangut
西夏王朝覆灭之谜
Legend says that Genghis Khan’s dying wish was to exterminate the Tangut Empire in China’s northwest. Today, the lost empires present historians a unique challenge trying to reconstruct its history, language, and the mystery of its total annihilation
On the Road
False Steppe
和草原有关的梦与现实
Blue skies, white yurts, and galloping steeds: Modern movies and songs imbue the grasslands of Inner Mongolia with escapist longing, but rural isolation, poverty, and environmental problems create a predatory industry for tourism scams. Is it still possible (or wise) for urbanites to book an arcadian vacation? Or do the grasslands truly belong in the past?
40 Years
City of Dreams
深圳四十年
Named a Special Economic Zone in 1978, backwater Bao’an county became the boomtown of Shenzhen overnight. Today, the city’s transplants share with TWOC the unique mix of inclusiveness, practicality, and idealism that make up their “Shenzhen Dream”
Pioneer
Spiterary Ambitions
一群国际文艺青年的文学梦
A literary magazine, a comic book, and a soon-to-be album producer: Members of arts collective Spittoon discuss the many facets to revitalizing Beijing’s literary scene, and how translating Chinese literature is like “like carrying sand through a river”

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