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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.

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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.

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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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Wen Jiabao’s romanticism of geology

Author:   GU XIAOHUA      

As a geologist, former premier Wen Jiabao wrote a lot of work notes during his time in geology circles. This period came after he had worked in an arduous field environment and gained experience as leader of the provincial and national geological bureaus.

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Where there is economics, there is morality

Author:   ZHANG HAISHAN      

As early as the 1990s, the author, Wang Xiaoxi, a professor from Nanjing Normal University, put forth the concept of moral capital. After two decades of effort, Wang published his new work, The Theory of Moral Capital, and systematically elaborated on the concept.

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New framework for economic theories

Author:   ZHU MIN, JIANG JIANG      

Gan Runyuan named his theory the “spiral and net theory” based on his perception that human society advances in a spiral form of escalation, and is also multidimensional like everything else. Gan’s recent Spiral and Net Theory presents its basic idea in the prologue and says “the general landscape of human societal evolution is like a spiral net...

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Identity crisis of Chinese people, society

Author:   WANG HONG      

Family, State and the World is a book on the history of thought of modern and contemporary Chinese society. Whether it is included the guidelines of the Great Learning, or used in civil culture and daily life, the expression “family, state and the world” has specific connotations.

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China and East Asia in early economic globalization

Author:   LU YANXIA      

Guns and Account Books elaborates on the history from the end of the 15th century to the 17th century. The phase witnessed the emergence and rapid development of economic globalization, namely the era of early economic globalization. Li Bozhong characterized the era as “guns and account books.”

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A study on innovation of institutional supply

Author:   ZHANG KANGZHI      

In recent years, supply-side structural reform has been regarded as a breakthrough point for reform in the context of comprehensive deepening of reform. It is acknowledged that the theoretical framework of mainstream Western economics has long been asymmetrical: Keynesianism as well as classical and neoclassical economics all cope with the supply en...

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Philosophical foundations of filial piety

Author:   HUANG QIXIANG      

I was very surprised that a serious philosophy work like Family and Filial Piety could attract so much attention, as it incurred criticism as soon as it was published. But despite my surprise at the quick and ardent response from academia, the reaction is reasonable, since family and Xiao, meaning filial piety, as a gene of traditional Chinese cultu...

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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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