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A glimpse into the Chinese cultural kaleidoscope

Author:   CHENG SUDONG      

The book series Twenty-four Chapters of Chinese Culture introduce the development path, characteristics, material success, and institutional and spiritual civilization of Chinese culture from 24 profiles, and help readers to pick up classic works.


Xia Nai’s leading role in Chinese archaeology

Author:   WANG SHIMIN      

Xia Nai was a founding father of Chinese archaeology who was also recognized as an academician in countries such as the US, UK, Germany, Italy and Switzerland.


From the Six Classics to modern academic research

Author:   DENG XIAOJUN      

Liu Mengxi is an influential scholar of literature and culture who is engaged in cultural construction and criticism. Academics and Traditions is a collection of Liu’s selected academic theses.


Presenting century evolution of Chinese theater

Author:   WANG ZHIYAN      

A History of Chinese Theater in the Twentieth Century elaborates on the evolution of Chinese theater in the 20th century with rich materials and earthly language, in a work that totals 1.2 million words.


Complete Chinese experience with spiritual values

Author:   ZHOU XIAOHONG      

Since the term “Chinese feeling” popped up in 2009, I have been expecting to write a book on it and to draw attention to the changes taking place in Chinese people’s value system and the general public mentality.


Maritime Silk Road: openness and integration


The Maritime Silk Road refers to the sea passage established 2,000 years ago to facilitate economic and cultural exchanges between China and the rest of the world.


Teaching material innovation in folklore studies

Author:   WAN JIANGZHONG      

After the reform and opening up, folklore studies gained significance in sociology and humanities studies. Since the 1980s, based on linguistic and literary disciplines, folklore study has established its master’s and doctoral programs, as well as institutions and research centers.


Chinese Literature cannot lose its roots

Author:   LI JIANJUN      

In his book, On the Live of Discourse of the Traditional Literary Theory in China, Gu Feng tries to break the one-dimensional thinking modes and research patterns, holding positive attitudes about the double-track development pattern of Chinese literature: a main track of foreignization and an auxiliary track of localization.


Wu Xinghua’s hidden greatness as a poet, translator

Author:   WU JIANWEN      

Wu Xinghua (1921-66), a famous poet, scholar and translator, was regarded as a leader of the third generation of scholars proficient in both Chinese and Western cultures, followed by Chen Yinque and Qian Zhongshu. Wu, first and foremost, was a poet of the new poetry style, which was also a key part of his identity.


Insights into border area studies in China

Author:   LI SHANGYING      

It is quite exciting see the publication of Ma Dazheng’s new book, Borderland Studies in Contemporary China (1949-2014). This book provides an accessible way for readers to understand the general landscape of Chinese border studies.

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Why Yang Jiang is revered today

Yang Jiang, born Yang Jikang in 1911 in Beijing, was a Chinese playwright, writer and translator. She grew up in Jian...

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