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2015, Vol., No.29

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    A Symptomatic Reading on the Nihilism Discourse in Late Qing Dynasty

    Sooyeon Kim | 2015, (29) | pp.1~31 | number of Cited : 0
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    Nihilism fiction is a unique phenomenon in late Qing Dynasty. It is closely connected with global circulation of Russia revolution discourse, especially nihilist activities. From the 1880s, publishers in the west and Asia noticed Russia revolution discourse which Stepniak, author of Underground Russia lead. Newspapers in Japan there gave full coverage to the activities of the Russian Populist and between 1881 and 1883, followed by many books books dealing with Russian Nihilists published. After Boxer Rebellion in china, Nihilist discourse sprang up in society, and caused syndrome of Xuwudang(Nihilist). It was was reflected in the productions od cheap popular fiction and nonfiction. Its syndrome was related with poitical movement, but its meanings often were totally out of historical context. Xuwudang is used in many meaning, such as a mere terrorist, secret activity. Sophia Perovskaya was popular topic of Chinese fiction in those. but Most Chinese books on Xuwutang, as in Japan, with little knowledge of the subject. Chinese works on the topic were written in accordance with popular fiction like bizarre story, heroism, a detective story. This article will show process of formation of Nihilism Discourse in late Qing Dynasty, and analyse the implicative meangs as periodic symptom.
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    International Diplomacy of China in the Eve of Cold War through the Pictures - Focused on the Yanan Film Production during 1938∼1946

    Lee,Seung-Hee | 2015, (29) | pp.33~63 | number of Cited : 0
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    In this study, The relation of mutual influence on Chinese movies, American movies and Soviet movies which are setting in the Yanan area from 1938 to 1946 was considered. Yanan film production center, organized in 1938, produced documentary films regarding the action state of Mao Zedong and Red military forces by using the Soviet movies and American movies as textbook for its reference. Broadcasting team belonging to the film production center used to release the self-manufactured movies and imported movies in the nearby area. The researcher of this study started from the objective research, which arranges movie lists that were released at that time. And then analyzed the context which diagnose the international relations of China and three major powers-USA, Soviet Union and Japan. Through the cultural cases before the Cold War, international relations are viewed to track the third party-China to build up the location in the relations between ‘USA/Soviet Union’, the opposing relation during the Cold War. With this, it could be checked that the ‘Ideology’ -centered Cold War system was flexibly reformed through the factors of ‘benefit’ and international ‘affect’.
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    Reconstructing Literary Scenes: An Analysis of Source Materials of Six Dynasties Fiction

    謝明勳 | 2015, (29) | pp.65~89 | number of Cited : 0
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    This article aims to investigate the source materials of Six Dynasties fiction. Source material study has been one of the major and traditional approaches in the study of Chinese fiction. A usual way of conducting source material study in the past has been to look into the sources of the material and then trace the changes and explain the reason why and how the later authors made the change. The article here divides the source materials of the Six Dynasties fiction into two kinds: written and oral sources, and tries to look into them based on the concept of “reconstructing the literary scenes.” The idea of “reconstructing” is to see how the author responds to different kinds of source materials and how he fits them into his own understanding of compiling and writing supernatural fiction. Another issue addressed in this article is to question the validity of the thesis proposed by Wang Shaoying concerning a certain piece of writing, “Presenting the tables of Shoushen ji.” This writing, according to the present author, is related to Gan Bao’s History of Jin, not his Shoushen ji.
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    A Translation and Annotation of Libai’s <Presented Poems>(3) - From The 11th Poem to The 16th Poem

    cho sung chun | Deuk-Chang Cho | 2015, (29) | pp.113~138 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study is a set of translations and annotationsin a consecutive order on poem 11 to 16, from the 8th volume ‘Presented Poems(贈詩)’ of Libai(李白)’s 『a collection of Litaibo(李太白)´s works』, which specifically covers 6 poems. The original text is given for each of the subject poems, which are translated, commented in a consecutive manner. Compare, comparison and correction on the given texts, detailed explanations follows. The 11th poem is the poem written by Li Bai after meeting Di Botong(狄博通), and explains the deep relationship with Di Botong in much detail. The poem is full of the poet’s concerns, worries, and prayers for the poet’s friend. In the 12th poem, Li Bai has been exiled from position, and coincidently met Wei Canjun(韋參軍), who has been pardoned to weep at his hardships and feel heartbroken at his state. In the 13th poem, the region where Wei Canjun is pardoned and starts to work at has magnificent view that they console him not to be saddened, and to enjoy at a place with a great view if they have the opportunity. In the The 14th poem, Li Bai meets Zhou Chushi(周處士) to describe the view where Zhou Chushi lives, and also the life and the hearts of Zhou Chushi, to depict his wishes to be a Taoist hermit with miraculous powers with Zhou Chushi. In the The 15th poem, where the fall grows on and the rainy season rains on, the anguish and the depression accumulated from not achieving the goals in Changan(長安) and also the hardships of life are depicted. The 16th poem depicts the depressing political reality and his own poor situations, and expresses his will and hope even within the agony and the disappointments of the reality.
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    Study on Oracle Bone Script ‘Ningfeng’ of Western Zhou

    LEE MYUNG HEE | 2015, (29) | pp.157~174 | number of Cited : 0
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    In 2008, ancient oracle bone scriptures chronicling the Ning Feng (寧風) rituals were found at the Shanxi Qishan temple ruins. The oracle bone scriptures archeaological serial number (考古編戶) 2008QF Ⅲ A2G:17 and 6249 were put together to create a completed documentation of the Ning Feng rituals. The completed document shows engravings of three sentences in the front-side and five sentences on the backside. The document is from the early Western Zhou Dynasty era and thus includes the 命辭, 占辭, 用辭 structures. The content of the completed script will be of great importance in further study of the Shang-Zhou religion and 禮制 practices. This paper will lightly analyze the ideograms used and content of the Zhougong Miao oracle bone ‘Ning Feng’ scripture, but mainly focus on the importance and meaning of the Ning(寧) character in comparison to the Yinxu oracle bone inscriptions. There will also be a examination of the Ning Feng ritual’s recipient and the sacrificial objects used by comparing the Ning Feng ritual descriptions depicted in the Zhougong Miao inscriptions to the ones depicted in the Yinxu inscriptions. Finally this paper will examine the how the scripture that was found, influenced the changes in ritual formalities and inheritance processes seen in the Western Zhou era. The Ning Feng scripture that was excavated from the Zhougong crypts is important information in the understanding of the formalities and inheritance attributes of the Shang-Zhou religion. Not only does the Zhougong Miao oracle scripture compliment the ‘寧風于四方’ ritual records written in the Yinxu oracle inscriptions, but also verifies the Yin Dynasty’s ritual system and inheritance seen in the early stages of the Western Zhou Dynasty. It is possible to postulate that the Zhou Dynasty’s official wizards and divine (巫師⋅卜祝之官) had major influences in such changes. It is exciting to see how studies and interests in; not only the 寧風 rituals, but other 寧災 types of rituals flourish due to the excavated Zhougong Miao oracle scriptures. There will be new trends in investigating the sacrificial objects used, interpersonal relationships and 寧災 rituals through newly acquired Zhougong Miao oracle scripts. Based on this question and idea.
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