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2014, Vol., No.24

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    Transfer from ‘Construction of socialism civilization’ to ‘Great chinese culture’

    jungin lee | 2014, (24) | pp.61~88 | number of Cited : 12
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    Each nations and era's create the ideology maintaining and governing each society. How to keep a nation as a unity? In reference to this question, an ‘identity’, that is ‘cultural identity’ could be an answer. This is a top subject to running ‘China’ in 2012 as well. Recently, China is designating as a ‘national intangible cultural asset’(非物質文化遺産) and registering them for UNESCO. This is one kind of ways of protecting, developing and publicizing chinese own culture. ‘Chinese culture(中华文化)’ representing China has a complicated and political tone. As one term, ‘chinese culture’, drawing one picture of China as an unity, it does not exist any coherence. Chinese has considered the ‘culture’ seriously with every turning point, like ‘New Culture Movement(新文化运动)’, ‘The Cultural Revolution(文化大革命)’. A cultural subject to China is not a purely academic subject, but a sensitive social-political meaning.This paper considers that how to China make the ‘Chinese culture’ as an unity, it is not any more important that what is the ‘Chinese culture’. Also with the ‘Chinese culture’, China has some plans to the world. With some official documents in relation to culture and intangible cultural property, this pater studies China how to solve this subject.
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    The God of Tai Yi Root in Di Ku

    付希亮 | Changwon Choi | 2014, (24) | pp.89~120 | number of Cited : 0
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    The god of Tai Yi root in Di KuTai-Yi is the name of a famous god in the period of Warring States and inChina. It appeared in, and. Although the previous researchers have done muchabout the origin of the god, they have not found the historical truth. Based ona comparative study on the cultural information about Tai-Yi and Diku, this setsout to show that Tai-Yi stemmed from Diku, a famous emperor in the ancienthistory of China.
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    A Study on Activity of Chinese Classical Drama in Record of Buddhist Temple in Luoyang

    KwangYoungKim | 2014, (24) | pp.121~140 | number of Cited : 0
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    Yang Xuanzhi (Chinese: 楊衒之) was a Chinese writer and translator of Mahayana Buddhist texts into the Chinese language, during the 6th century, under the Northern Wei Dynasty. A Record of Buddhist Monasteries in Luo-yang by Yang Xuanzhi has been acclaimed as a prose classic of the Northern Wei Dynasty. Adopting the attitude of a historian, Yang provided complete, detailed and accurate records of Buddhist temples’ distribution in Luo-yang, as well as major monasteries’ history, architecture and relevant Buddhist activities. Owing to its description of the popularity of Buddhism in Luo-yang, the book, as well became an important Buddhist classic. In addition, from palace coups to the life of ordinary people, it presents a panorama of the capital city including its government setup and social economy. What's more, Yang used the past to criticize the present, with narration interspersed with bits of comments, highlighting the book’s role as “a mirror for government”. One day more than 1,000 years ago, an official of the Eastern Wei Dynasty (534-550AD) was writing at home a biography about the capital of the previous dynasty.It was Yang Xuanzhi, who once served as a Northern Wei military officer eligible to attend the morning court. When the temples in Luoyang, for example Jingmingsi, holded religious ceremony, Buddhist dance and music including acrobatics and magic activity are perpormed. And Buddhist dance and music including acrobatics and magic activity contributed to development of chinese classic drama. From such point, the temples in Record of Buddhist Monasteries in Luo-yang have functoin of holding religious ceremony and entertainment. Paticulary when parade of statue of the Buddha was perpormed, Grand Buddhist dance and music including acrobatics and magic activity are perpormed.
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    Examination on ‘Drinking’ Culture during Yin-Shang Dynasty Revealed with Oracle-bone Inscriptions

    Heungsoo Park | 최윤선 | 2014, (24) | pp.269~295 | number of Cited : 0
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    Examination on ‘Drinking’ Culture during Yin-Shang Dynasty Revealed with Oracle-bone Inscriptions This thesis is inteded to study the “Drinking” culutre during Yin-Shang Dynasty by analyzing the shapes of Chinese characters related to drinking that are revealed with oracle-bone inscriptions. Chinese people give an importance to eating enough for them to think that food is the best among the 3 basic elements of life, that is, clothing, food and housing. Regarding to eating culture, since liquor was often used to offer to thealmighty or to serve important quests, liquor was considered as the most important thing among all kinds of foods. Especially, liquor played an important role related to various kinds of memorial services during Yin-Shang Period. Drinking culture which was originated from the culture under which liquor was used as a kind of stuff for memorial serive has influenced on various aspects including life styles, literature, ideology, languages and characters, etc., while having played an important role in the areas of material life, emotional life and social networking for thousands of years. Oracle-bone inscriptions as the records of the people of Shang dynasty which was the first historical period of China have been the most direct and important empirical material for studying the ancient scripts and history of China, especially, the characters, hisotry and culture of Shang dynasty consistently. The shapes of characters of the oracle-bone inscriptions reflect the subjective shapes of the then people as well as reflecting the objective real facts in that period. Since the then people’s awareness and the cultural phenomena closely related to their lives are reflected to the process of creating characters, it can be said that a study on the shapes of characters of oracle-bone inscriptions is the foundation of a study on the culture of Yin-Shang Dynasty. That is, an analysis of the structure of the shapes of characters of oracle-bone inscriptions and an exploration of the fundamental meanings of such characters is a prerequisite necessary for understanding the culture of Yin-Shang Dynasty exactly. In this thesis, the writer focuses on a study on the correlation between the characters and the culture of Yin-Shang Dynasty by examining the oracle-bone inscriptions and the stuffs for memorial services related to liquor.
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    A Study on CSL Students’ Chinese Idioms Form Errors

    Guo Sheng lin | 2014, (24) | pp.409~423 | number of Cited : 0
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    Studies on CSL students’ Chinese idiom errors seldom focus on a certain type ofgrammatical, semantic or pragmatic, let alone form errors. This paper proposes a newconcept “Chinese idiom form errors” to replace such misunderstanding or lack of clarityconcepts as “Chinese idiom structure errors” “overt errors”. Chinese idiom form errorsare divided into adding, omitting, substituting, disordering, blending, and wrong creating,and each have been put up with definitions and criteria in this paper. There are somewrong annotations of Chinese idiom form errors in “HSK dynamic composition corpus”and other related researches, so we should screen Chinese idiom form errors in corpuswith caution. At last, we take “爱不释手” for example, to show how to find possible formerrors of a Chinese idiom in “HSK dynamic composition corpus”.