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汉语世界(2019年第6期)总第79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:2019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:673

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2019 ISSUE 6
The Music Issue
 
Traditional health remedies are in! Junk food is…also in? We look at creative ways millennials are combating lethal levels of stress in the city, visit the homeland of the Hakka minority, tackle “smart drug” addiction and cyberbullying, and more.

2000年,内地第一个音乐节的诞生,被视为音乐的乌托邦。如今,越来越多的音乐节进驻中小城市,各地政府希望通过打造音乐节文化为城市塑造年轻形象,年轻人则将参加音乐节视为新潮的娱乐方式。音乐节已经不仅仅关乎音乐和舞台,也成为了各种资本力量的竞技场


本期三个主题故事分别关注当代人的睡眠问题、打工子弟学校十四年的奋斗求存以及临终关怀事业在中国的发展。

封面故事:中国户外音乐节
主题故事:睡眠都去哪儿了?
主题故事:打工子弟学校在城市的发展中艰难求存
主题故事:如何让每一个生命都带着尊严优雅地谢幕?
镜像中国:艺考也“疯狂”
中国制造:诗僧寒山在中国文学史上一直颇为神秘,但却对海外读者有着深远影响
水墨丹青:对话“坚果兄弟”
时光机:一万多名华工曾经参与了美国洲际铁路的建设,但他们的名字却一度消失在历史中
吃了吗:桂花糯米藕:清甜软糯的秋冬滋味

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。有温情,有幽默,有新观点,有真态度……从封面到封底,精彩内容不间断!

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Tuning Up
China’s music festivals try to find their voice
Insomnia – Perms – Mountaineering – Demolition Art
Cover story
Tuning Up
户外音乐节是音乐的乌托邦,也是资本的竞技场
Outdoor music festivals had a fairly recent, utopian start in China’s capital in the early 2000s, but are these days “mass entertainment” events held in the hundreds in smaller cities and scenic sites to attract visitors and a hipness quotient. Local governments have become the main supporters of these chaotic and at times provocative events, creating contradictions of expression and control that long-time music fans are still struggling to come to term with
Feature
Sleepless in China
“睡不着”的国度
Modern-day stress and mobile phone usage have increased insomnia for Chinese of all ages, driving a boom in health supplements, sleep-tracking apps, and even “napping pods” that all promise some well-deserved shuteye, but fail to put consumers’ safety concerns to sleep
Feature
Class Action
夹缝中求生存的打工子弟学校
Amid the demolition of migrant neighborhoods, 14 years after urban population control measures began, grassroots volunteers and NGOs are continuing the struggle to educate the children of China’s migrant worker on the margins of policy and the modern city
Feature
Life or Death Decision
临终关怀:如何度过生命最后的一段旅程?
Though an aging society is forcing Chinese families to have formerly taboo talks about death, hospices remains a little understood or available option. Palliative care professionals discuss the filial and political roadblocks to wider acceptance of this vital resource
Kaleidoscope
Creative Cram
艺考生的苦乐年华
China’s college entrance exam, or gaokao, makes international headlines, but few outside the country know of the yikao, the practical and written entrance tests for creative colleges and majors. Each summer, talented teens begin rigorous training for a life-changing evaluation that comes with no certain results—and leads to equally uncertain careers
Dragon’s Digest
The Apparitions
短篇小说《色相》
In an unnamed forest guarded by a solitary ranger, tales of beasts, gods, and ghosts proliferate, and anything could appear around the next bend. Liao Jing’s short story interweaves folklore with a modern setting to examine the relation between the spiritual and the secular
Gallery
Visible Darkness
坚果兄弟:用艺术表达真实
Hubei-born artist “Nut Brother” is known for subversive projects like making a “smog brick” and bottling polluted water. After a recent performance using 400 dolls from a demolished Shenzhen suburb, Nut Brother reflects on art’s role in giving a voice to the marginalized
Memory Lane
Permanent Revolution
“头”等大事:近代中国发型变化史
From the Qing dynasty queue to proletarian pigtails, China has struggled to find a signature hairstyle for much of its modern history. We look back at the curls, bobs, braids, and cuts that defined each generation of the PRC
On the Road
Peak Season
万丈珠峰,始于攀登
Qomolangma, also known as Mount Everest, is on the bucket list of not only serious climbers, but tourists who explore the world’s highest peak from the safety of its base camp. Getting to the mountain is an arduous two-day road trip filled with high-altitude challenges, as well as stunning vistas, cross-cultural encounters, and examples of local hospitality up-close
Chilema
Ode to the Ou
桂花糯米藕,香甜软糯的秋冬滋味
Though the flower is a well-konwn religious symbol, the Chinese are renowned lotus-eaters as well. In the Jiangnan region of the south, steamed lotus root, or ou, is stuffed with glutionous rice and drizzled with osmanthus syrup to make a sweet seasonal delicacy
Zoetrope
主旋律佳作成就史上最强国庆档
“Patriotic films” are a staple of Chinese cinema, and the PRC’s 90th anniversary was the perfect time to cash in on the genre. Two new releases, My People, My Country and The Captain, provide contrasting examples of how to make propaganda entertaining

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