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汉语世界(2020年第4期)总第83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:2020年07月开本:16页数:96页
  • ISSN:2096-7799
  • 读者对象:希望了解中国文化的外国读者
  • 人气:694

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2020 ISSUE 4
The Meat Issue

China’s rapid development has led to unforeseen headaches: an unhealthy appetite for meat, and noise pollution. Elsewhere in the issue, we join an ancient tea harvest in Yunnan, seek treasure with underwater archeologists, and more.
 
过去,“桌上有肉”是生活水平提高的标志。如今,关于肉食消费的讨论却涉及健康、环境以及饮食文化等各个方面。植物肉的出现给人们提供了新的选择,同时,为革除滥食野生动物陋习,人们也在不断努力。

本期两个个主题故事分别关注城市的噪音污染问题,水下考古的发展,以及普洱茶背后的历史、文化和民生

封面故事:吃肉对中国人意味着什么?
主题故事:海洋考古虽尚未被大众熟知,却正在蓬勃发展
主题故事:普洱茶背后的历史、文化与民生
主题故事:许多人饱受噪音的困扰, 却面临投诉无门的窘境
镜像中国:人生在世,必有所信
水墨丹青:回望的艺术
好书有笺:反腐题材作品为何能吸引众多读者?
吃了吗:凉粉:炎炎夏日的解暑佳品
社交汉语:当生活充满互联网行话


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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COVER STORY
High Steaks
吃肉对中国人意味着什么?
Half a century ago, meat was a delicacy few Chinese ever tasted
outside of holidays and celebrations. Today, China is the world’s biggest consumer and producer of meat. But as animal markets become the focus of viral outbreaks, and the government moves to curb a longstanding wildlife trade, health and environment regulators, consumers, and makers of alternative plant-based meat are trying to change the nation’s carnivorous palate
Feature Stories
Under the Sea
海洋考古虽尚未被大众熟知,却正在蓬勃发展
The South China Sea is a trove of sunken treasure, and China is on the forefront of their discovery. Researchers of the country’s growing underwater archeology program locate shipwrecks, outwit looters, and reconstruct China’s maritime heritage piece by piece

Pure Pu’er
普洱茶背后的历史、文化与民生
In Yunnan, the “birthplace of tea,” the annual harvest of prestigious pu’er leaves draws on centuries of cultural heritage and transforms local livelihoods. As prices rise and tastes change, though, planters and connoisseurs wonder about the future of the ancient drink
Sounds of the City
许多人饱受噪音的困扰, 却面临投诉无门的窘境
China’s crowded cities have a serious noise problem, as regulations are lax, and the health risks of noise pollution are little known. Residents and urban experts sound off about the 24/7 construction, “dancing grannies,” and other auditory annoyances

Kaleidoscope 镜像中国
Acts of Faith
人生在世,必有所信
In the southern Chinese province of Guangdong, it’s said there is an altar on every street corner and a god for every village. Photographer Huang Ruide has spent 10 years capturing folk spirituality in this worshipful region, witnessing the way beliefs transform people’s ordinary hopes and fears into extraordinary feats of faith

Dragon’s Digest 三味书屋
The Empty Room
短篇小说《空无一人的房间》
In any outwardly peaceful life, regret can come at surprising moments and unsettle all expectations. In this short story by Li Wenwen, ordinary domestic scenes conceal powerful undercurrents of missed opportunities and misunderstandings
Gallery 水墨丹青
The Historic Turn
回望的艺术
While the contemporary art scene surges into post-industrialism and technology, the Inside-Out Museum’s “An Impulse to Turn” exhibition looks deliberately to the past, challenging the creative boundaries of memory and the viewer’s own sense of history
Memory Lane  那些年
The Xiaogang Experiment
小岗村的改革之路
One evening in 1978, 21 starving villagers made a secret pact to abandon collectivist farming. The desperate decision snowballed unexpectedly as Xiaogang village became the model for China’s reform policies, and its villagers renowned for their daring and foresight

Bookmark 好书有笺
The People’s Price
反腐题材作品为何能吸引众多读者?
The basis of a hit TV series in 2017, Zhou Meisen’s In the Name of the People shocks with its frank portrayal of graft and scandal in high echelons of Chinese government and business, and make readers ponder the price of economic development

On The Road 在路上
Midnight in Taipei
台湾美食的精髓尽在花样“热炒”
Home to over a dozen ethnic groups and migrants from all over China, Taiwan is a renowned Asian food capital. A mid-20th century economic boom gave rise to a robust late-night dining culture, where teeming night markets and “hot-fry” diners offer mouthwatering delicacies and a social atmosphere for locals and visitors alike

Zoetrope 视听空间
Bated Breath
《春潮》:三代女人一台戏
Subverting the happy family narratives that usually saturate Chinese cinema, Spring Tide, director Yang Lina’s multigenerational mother-daughter tale, showcases how anger and resentment can shape one’s relationship with one’s family—and the world

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