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2010, Vol., No.22

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    On Rhetoric Education in the Easten Asia at the Globalization Time

    陈汝东 | 2010, (22) | pp.3~10 | number of Cited : 0
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    As the development of globalization in politics, economy and new media technology, the globalization speed of accademic culture accelerates also. In the current states, the inheriting and carrying forward of regional accademic culture becomes a new accademic topic gradually. So does rhetoric research and its education. As one important part of the world cvilization, the eastern Asian rhetoric and its education formed its own long history and special tradition. At the globalization time, how does the eastern Asian rhetoric develop? What education concept should it follow? What challeges will it encounter? What is its developing currents? Should our own tradition be kept up to or be given up? All these problems should be considered by the eastern Asian rhetoric scholars. From this point, this paper and summarizes the characteristis of the rhetoric educational tradition in eastern Asia by reviewing and compares briefly the eastern Asian and occidental rhetoric history, analyzes the current states and problems in the development of rhetoric education in eastern Asia, puts forward the developing tendency for the rhetoric education in eastern Asia in the new media and globalization time.
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    Types and Characteristics of Ancient and Modern Times Abbreviation

    Yangsu Jung | 2010, (22) | pp.11~35 | number of Cited : 0
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    Chinese abbreviations in modern times as well as in ancient times constitute a major part of the Chinese glossary system. The awareness of the significance of abbreviations is increasing to meet the urgent need for the fast delivery and convenient exchange of a flood of information. It has been made according to economic principles that can make savings of time and process possible. This paper aims to do a comparative analysis on the patterns and characteristics between ancient abbreviations and modern abbreviations. Firstly, the targets of abbreviation in ancient times are mainly proper nouns,whereas those in modern times are proper nouns, verbal phrases and adjective phrases. Secondly, the formation patterns of ancient abbreviations include to extract and combine the common factors from one word, and two or three more ways. The formation pattern which combines the number of original words and specific components makes up the majority of all the formation patterns. The formation pattern of modern abbreviations, however, have diverse and unique ways unlike that of ancient ones. Thirdly, the modification type and the parallel type account for the structural types of the most ancient abbreviations. In case of modern abbreviation, however,there are more ways including predicate-object type and subject-predicate type. This paper may contribute to understanding the characteristics, common features and points of difference between modern and ancient abbreviation through a comparative analysis. Also, further researches on the abbreviation theory is expected to develop on the basis of this paper. We are looking forward to doing more active discussion on the normative issues in the field of abbreviation.
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    A Research on Original Form of ɡuǎ(冎)、yí(乁)、hē( ) in Homologous System about ZHANG Binglin’ s Ancient g (歌) Rhyme

    刘艳梅 | 2010, (22) | pp.36~43 | number of Cited : 0
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    Inheriting ancient sound research of the traditional approach, Mr. ZHANG Binglin found original form from shuowen(说文) and constructed character groups with 23ancient rhymes as the guide. In this paper, we discuss eight groups of 48characters from original form of ɡuǎ(冎)、yí(乁)、hē( ) and verify one by one in order to illustrate scientific value of character origin in wenshi(文始).
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    A Contrastive Study between the Chinese preposition ‘在’ and the Korean preposition ‘에/에서’ within the domain Cognitive linguistics

    신경선 | 2010, (22) | pp.44~68 | number of Cited : 1
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    The paper examines the original meaning and multi-meaning network of modern Chinese ‘在’, using the Cognitive Linguistics’ Intention Schema theory. It attempts to use the cognitive approach to discuss the corresponding relationship’s law of modern Chinese ‘在’ and Korean preposition ‘에/에서’. The meaning of space representation involves the prototypical meaning, and the meanings of non-spatial representation, for example, time, extension, condition, bring through prototypical meaning’s mapping. The multi-meaning of ‘在’ has a corresponding relationship with Korean preposition ‘에/에서’. When ‘在’appears ahead of a verb, it corresponds with ‘에서’,and it also expresses place of activities and dynamic existence relationship; when ‘在’ appears behind a verb, it corresponds with ‘에’, it also expresses place of arrival after action and static existence relationship. Based on the above observations, through the Intention schema of ‘在’ and ‘에/에서’, the paper shows that the space markers of modern Chinese and Korean have a common representational concepts according to human cognitive process.
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    현대중국어 ‘X熱’ 에 관한 고찰

    김영희 | Heungsoo Park | 2010, (22) | pp.69~85 | number of Cited : 5
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    In modern chinese morphological processes are seldom used, and compound formations are the most common variety of word-formation, so relatively little attention is paid to derivation. In the last ten years, however, many new affixes,quasi-affixes, have appeared in chinese language as new words are incorporated. Re(熱), a suffix meaning ‘boom’, as in investment boom, in english, is a typical example, and in recent years it is becoming part of the common language. Typical affixes in chinese have several common characteristics, including;place-stabilizing, adhering, morpheme’s becoming empty, signing syntactical functions and morphological features that help determine a part of speech and inability to be used independently as words. Quasi-affixes are different in that their meaning is not as empty as a typical affix and they can be combined with a phrase, a word or a morpheme. In this regard, it is plausible to claim that the quasi-affix is categorized between a root and a typical affix. This article discusses and inspects the nature and category of ‘x re’ with respect to the standard definition and characteristics of quasi-affixes in modern chinese. The second chapter introduces the nature and characteristics of the quasi-affix ‘re’ and verifies why ‘re’ is considered a quasi-affix. The third chapter analyzes the structure and the meaning of ‘x re’ and also discusses the specific usages of ‘x re’ that reflect the various cultures of china.
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    A discussion on the compilation characteristics of Lao Qida and Piao Tongshi

    李广宁 | Joo-Oeck Maeng | 2010, (22) | pp.86~96 | number of Cited : 0
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    With a long history, Chinese language education in Korea is rich in resources and gets brilliant achievements. Especially there are so many textbooks and other supplementary books about Chinese learning. Lao Qida and Piao Tongshi are the most important textbooks which widely used by Chinese learners in ancient Korea. They have played an important role in Chinese language education. This article attempts to analyze the compilation characteristics of Lao Qida and Piao Tongshi. And also compares it with the compilation characteristics of modern Chinese learning textbooks.
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    Sui and Tang Dynasty’s Criticism of the Literature of Six Dynasties

    SungGyu Byun | 2010, (22) | pp.131~147 | number of Cited : 0
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    Two different literary movements germinated in the beginning of the Sui and Tang Dynasties. One of the movements is represented by Wangtong(王通), who attempted to build up a literary theory under the flag of traditional theory of relation between literature and politics for a new era, based on the tradition of Confucianism established in the Han Dynasty. He considered that the decline of Confucianism resulted from the formalistic literary trend in the Six Dynasties. On the other hand, Weizheng(魏征) stands for another literary movement. He emphasized the political role of literature. In the mean while, he affirmed the progress of literature since the Six Dynasties, and acknowledged the essential value of literature. The politically oriented literary view caused by practical needs, such as the one by Wangtong, had been changed into the realistic literary view like Weizheng’s. By those streams, literature could insure it’s space to continue to exist.
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    Functions of an inserted poetry in the speak-and sing text of Dunhang

    HONG CHUL CHUN | 2010, (22) | pp.148~163 | number of Cited : 0
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    Looking at the internal evidences of speak-and sing text manuscripts that have been discovered in Dunhuang, it appears as the simulated text or meta-text that came into existence out of the evolution process of traditional folklore into the literature texts. In other words, Dunhuang speak-and sing literature scrolls were documents that left for the ancient audience with specific purpose to show the role playing of that time. In present times, the exact reason why those scrolls were hidden inside the Dunhuang Mogao cave is totally unknown. Those scrolls could have been written for different purposes. They could have been documented according to the tradition that considered making copies of Buddhist scriptures as a merit and virtue, or to serve as a copy of performance to be sometimes sold for money to those audience who didn’t have chance to view that performance. No matter what reasons could be, there is no doubt that left documents of Dunhuang speak-and sing literature manuscripts are the role playing described in the text form. For example in Bian-wen that represents Dunhang speak-and sing texts, a play is performed in court, Buddhist temple, public market and other places of China in dramatic form by a professional actor standing before a huge picture, speaking and pointing at different parts of that picture or unrolling a small scroll picture and performing with song, musical instruments, volubility and gestures. Therefore there are several genre features identified in Bian-wen:poetry (singing statement), novel (narration), drama (performance presentation). All these styles are liberally put together and formed the ‘mixed genre’ or the ‘integrated art’. An inserted poetry in the middle of speak-and sing literature text goes over the simple supporting function and plays very original role. Here is the reason why we should pay attention to the inserted poetry’s function in order to explain performance principles of the speak-and sing literature. There is a need to constantly keep in mind the interrelation between speaking ( ) and singing ( ) to deeply examine the essential character of functions of the inserted poetry in speak-and sing literature. If we take a closer look at functions of the inserted poetry in Dunhuang speak-and sing text, we will find that it is made-up with four types: 1) academic(didactic) statement(narrative), 2) lyrical statement(narrative), 3)descriptive statement (narrative), 4) dramatic statement (narrative).
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    A Study of Li Zhi’s view of Literature

    Byeong-Hak Choi | 2010, (22) | pp.164~185 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper aims to recognize Li Zhi(李贄)’s perspective on literature as represented in his works. Li Zhi asserts that literary expressions must come from naturalness based on neutralness, the most cherished value in the orthodox literary aesthetics. This paper posits that his approach on literature is based on “the natural humanity theory(自然人性論)”, “the nature of his ‘child’s heart’ theory (童心說)” and has played a leading role in creating a literary mood prizing personality and identity in the late Ming Dynasty(晩明). Li Zhi departs from the traditional concept of Dao(道) as a heavenly mission and interprets it as an active aspect of human nature. He also argues that human nature, not ethics nor conventional norms, must be the basis of ideologies and tries to make material needs of humans a legitimate part of his new literary concept. His new concept of literary led to different aesthetic criteria in literature focusing more on value judgement and brought the nature of ‘beauty’ from the world reasoning to reality. By making everyday language a part of literature, his works deal with a wider variety of themes and began to have much easier access to the general public. But due to the limitations of the times, it seems that he could not distinguish the literary from the non literary or other ethical texts. Discussions on Li Zhi’s literary views require more thoughtful judgement before reaching any conclusions. Further research with more data and more exhaustive reviews will provide a better answer.
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    Concerto of genre’s and culture’s memory: A Study on the art of applying allusion of The Poems about the Blossom Dyke

    閔定慶 | 2010, (22) | pp.186~193 | number of Cited : 0
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    The Poems about the Blossom Dyke (also called The Poems of One Hundred Flowers of Blossom Dyke), composed by LiangXiu in Blossom Dyke’s Ren xiang garden of Guangzhou in 1885, was specially wrote for the festival of lanterns. In this volume, LiangXiu depicted about one hundred kinds of flowers. However, he did not only satisfied on delineating the appearance but the inside spirit of blossom, with the methods of using well- known ancient tales and history affairs or telling his own ambition in the poems, such as to described the sweetly shape of follows or satirized the ways of the world or comment on history by virtue of follows or recorded the customs and etc, which made the anthology has particular enchantment besides pass judgments on follows. In deeper significance, it showed the talent and outstanding technique of Poets in LingNan and reflected the festival atmosphere and interest in the custom of enjoying flowers in the Blossom Dyke.
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    Emperor KangXi’s Image in “the Diary of LaoJiazhai’s Life in Peking” -A Comparison with Emperor Kangxi’s Image in the Contemporary European Context

    刘广铭 | 2010, (22) | pp.194~201 | number of Cited : 0
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    Before and after the finishing time of “the Diary of Laojiazhai’s Life in Peking”, there are two basic but distinguishing approaches, monsterization and idealization, to the depiction of Emperor Kangxi’s image in the Korean serial books about their journey to Peking. Different from monsterization and idealization, Kangxi’s image in “the Diary of LaoJiazhai’s Life in Peking” is between them and appears to be a tendency of complication. Laojiazhai’s creation of the Kangxi’s image is mixed with a “pre-understanding” of Manchu and Kangxi. Due to the author’s outstanding skill in depicting Emperor Kangxi’s image, his creation and depiction has become one integrated part of the “effective history” and become the foundation of those following creations of Emperor Kangxi’s image.
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    A study in the interchange of scholars of Qing dynasty expressed in Kim Jeonghee’s poems

    전영실 | 2010, (22) | pp.202~221 | number of Cited : 0
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    There have been many times exchange about scholarship during Joseon dynasty (朝鮮) between Korea and China. Many Korean people had to go the China due to worship the powerful for China. We know that Kim Jeonghee (金正喜) was the greatest calligrapher in Joseon dynasty. It is certain that Chusa(秋史) which was Kim Jeonghee’s pen name was a calligrapher, but he had a great talent about writing poetry, a bibliographical study of Chinese classics and study in ancient monumental in scriptions. I became to know that Chusa was a cultural ambassador during staying in Yanjing(燕京) which is Beijing(北京) now. He represented his mind through his poems. Expecially, he expected the men who had a great talent for example, good character, calligraphy and painting. There are two points in this report. First, Kim Jeonghee respected Weng Fanggang (翁方綱) during his life. Weng Fanggang was the famous for writer, calligrapher, epigrapher and bibliographical scholar in Qing dynasty(淸朝). Wan Wen(阮元) was the scholar of the scriptures. As soon as Chusa met them, he regraded them as his teacher. Second, Chusa thought that the good calligrapher must have a strong and beautiful calligraphy like Weng Xing yuan(翁星原), Chao Jiang(曹江). also he liked painters who reminded us of human nature through their painting. I know that Kim Jeong was the great scholar through his poems.
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    The way that “Xun Shi Ping Hua” makes use of the literary form of “Ping Hua”

    王幼敏 | 关旭 | 2010, (22) | pp.222~232 | number of Cited : 0
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    This article tries to find out how the Chinese textbook “Xun Shi Ping Hua” used the literary form of “Ping Hua” and brought the form into the writing of Chinese textbook. It gives the principals of conforming to teaching aim and the learners’values. The article compares “Xun Shi Ping Hua” and “Ping Hua” in three aspects including the language, the content and the form. It comes to a conclusion that the ways that this textbook used to adapt “Ping Hua” to Chinese textbook lie in the aim and trait of Chinese teaching materials.
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    Shen Congwen’s Writings and the Xiangxi’s Chivalrous Cultural Spirit

    李欧 | 陈夫龙 | 2010, (22) | pp.243~250 | number of Cited : 0
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    Shen Congwen became a singer of the Xiangxi’s chivalrous cultural spirit on the life road from Biancheng to the world. He spoke highly of the spirit and respected the real roaming swordsmen and the chivalry. The vivid description and the enthusiastic praise exit in Shen Congwen’s writings, including the collections of prose, such as the autobiography of Congwen, the essays of Xiangxi and Xiangxi,etc., and some of his novels. The exploration and enhancement of the Xiangxi’s chivalrous cultural spirit showed Shen Congwen’s deep worrying consciousness of the future of Chinese nation and the destiny of China and his positive searching for the survival road of Chinese nation, and really demonstrated his rational spirit in the reform of chivalrous culture with the modern consciousness.
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    Ahn Soo-gil’s Buk Gan Do and the Narration of Korean Independence Movement

    朴银淑 | 2010, (22) | pp.251~258 | number of Cited : 0
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    Ahn soo-gill is a representative writer of Modern Korean Literature in the area of description of the Korean history concerning with Manchuria. <NorthKando>,there presentative work of his own and one of Korean national literature,objectively and vividly described the aspect of Manchuria and Korean immigrants there. Through the novel, Ansoo-gill presented the contribution of these Korean immigrants to the Korean Modern History and showed the great pictures of Korean independence movement in Manchuriaunder the Japanese conquer. In the novel, the writer showed an episode off our generation softhree families, who lived and fightin Manchuria. Through the novel, we cannot only read the different kinds of value orientation of people in the Colonial period, but also can know more indetail that after losings over eignty, Korean people paid great price and continuance fight on recovering the irnation alse lf-respect and independence. This novel described with realism on the Korean Modern History concerned with Manchuria, especially in the history of Korean independence movement there. Through the novel, we can also see the process of development of Korean literature, and in the same time, we also can read the writer’s historic consciousness, the mental situation of Korean people in his time, and the contribution of this novel to the Modern Korean Literature.
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    The Construction Literature Modernity : Analyzing Taiwan Modern Literature Theory

    崔末順 | 2010, (22) | pp.259~279 | number of Cited : 0
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    Taiwan Modern Literature Theory as a subject, this essay is about analyzing its enlightening content and structure. The main content of enlightenment is concluded to be Utilitarianism, Nationalism and Individualism. Among these initial literature theory,some were shown by the way of New/old Literary Fliting, with strong character of discourse. Therefore, after analyzing the structure of discourse in this essay, it is found that Utilitarianism is constructed on dualistic structure of New/Old; Nationalism discusses the function of literature by separating Self/Others; Individualism approving forthright, sincere and feeling of literature expression, makes opposition of True/False of personal emotions,meanwhile, emphasizing fictional and imaginary properties in formalism. Building three characters through these three opposing structure, contains meanings below over Taiwan and World historical development of literature. First,accepting modern concepts and values and giving criticism of traditional word and literature presented anti-feudal and modernity. Second, combining literature and nation fate under Taiwan’s unequal colonial status and situation not only showed the anti-imperialistic character but also reflected the universal modern appearance of the time on effort of build up national literature. Third, the discovery of personality and selfhood in Individualism as well as unique cognition of literary expression, had pushed practical literature theory to an art level, and emerged the modern character of literature.
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    Could Lives Be Differentiated into ‘Big Ones’ and ‘Little Ones’: Socio-Ecological Concerns in Tzeng Ching-wen’s “To Set Lives Free” and “Redeeming A Painting”

    林鎮山 | 2010, (22) | pp.280~299 | number of Cited : 0
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    To critically discuss the Taiwan culture as represented in literature, it is proposed that we may turn to Tzeng Ching-wen’s works to draw inspiration, as since 1958, he has written more than three hundred short stories to date, bearing eyewitness to Taiwan’s rapidly changing mores, social milieu, and family life,which are admittedly some of the spheres of professional interest to cultural critics. Recently, his creative writings have appropriately won him long overdue recognition, nationally and internationally, awarding him, for instance, the Kiriyama Book Prize (1999) in the United States, and the National Literature and Arts Award (2005) in Taiwan. His achievements in literary and cultural activities aptly demonstrate the meaningful and significant role he has played in the construction and reconstruction of Taiwanese consciousness, cultural identity, contemporary literary orientation and its multicultural character. Based on this recognition, this paper will argue that in his post-1990 works,“Redeeming a Painting” (1991) and “To Set Lives Free” (1997), not only is Tzeng,as in his earlier stories, again most humane and compassionate in reflecting the vicissitudes of Old Town life and the Taipei metropolis, but now, following the occurrence of Taiwan’s economic miracle, also exhibits a persistent grave concern over the pervasive socio-ecological degradation of individuals and their natural environment. Tzeng’s empathy with the suffering, his critical re-examination of Taiwan’s cultural practices, his respect for the well-being of all lives on earth, his commitment to the healthy ecology of persons and communities and to a balanced and sustainable way of life all find voice in these stories, which culminates in asking the question: “Could lives be differentiated into ‘big ones’ and ‘little ones’?”The recurring theme of respect for life reflects the modern humanist movement,which undertakes to secure the survival of all forms of life inhabiting planet Earth. Indeed, Tzeng argues forcefully through his stories and essays that there is only one planet Earth, so we must cherish its limited resources and engage ourselves in improving the relations among its inhabitants to further enhance happiness and harmony.
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    Korean Translations and Studies of Chinese Contemporary Literature -- Focusing on the 2000s

    김혜준 | 2010, (22) | pp.300~313 | number of Cited : 3
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    I have made and used three catalogues in order to understand the state of translations and studies of Chinese contemporary literature in Korea: “A Catalogue of Korean Translations and Studies of Chinese Contemporary Literature”, “A Catalogue of Ph. D. Dissertations and M. A. Theses in Modern Chinese Literature in Korea”, and “A Catalogue of Departments of Sinology (Chinese Language,Literature & etc.) in Korea”. There are 962 books of Chinese contemporary literature translated and published in Korea, which does not include 235 Chinese knight-errant novels that are under research at the moment. 11.4% of these books were translated and published between 1920s and 1970s, 17.9% in 1980s, 34.7% in 1990s, and 36.0%in 2000s. Most of them have been published in last 30 years, and the number increased after Korea and China established diplomatic relations. 657 of these are novels and short stories which take up 67% of the whole literature, while there are 192 essays(20%) which isn’t a great number compared to the former. Poems and dramas aren’t doing so well with 59 books(6.1%) and 24 books(4.2%)respectively. And there are 6 collected editions of Lin Yutang(林語堂) and 1 of Lu Xun(魯迅). If seen according to authors, there are 235 books(including 17collaborated works with other authors) by Lu Xun, 101 books(including 3collaborated works with other authors) by Lin Yutang, and 73 books by Qiong Yao (瓊瑤). The works of these three authors take up almost 30% of the all translated Chinese contemporary literature. In 2000s, works by Lu Xun have still been translated with priority, but those of Lin Yutang and Qiong Yao have not been doing so well. Instead, there has been relative diversity in authors compared to the past, and especially Mo Yan(莫言, 9 books), Su Tong(蘇童, 7 books), Yu Hua (余華, 6 books) and Yu Qiuyu(余秋雨, 6 books) have been gaining some attention. There were only 3 departments which studied and researched on China and its related fields in Korean universities between 1920s and 1970s. There has been the change of circumstances after 1970s, and there were 21 departments toward the end of 1970s. There were 63 departments in the late 1980s, which grew into 149 departments in late 1990s and now there are approximately 172 departments. It also indicates that actually some serious researchers of this field had not been appeared until 1980s, for people who have started studying China in 1970s got their master’s degree during that time period. There were no doctoral theses and only 9 master’s theses on Chinese contemporary literature until the end of 1970s. However in 1980s there were 3 doctoral theses and 78 master’s theses, and the number grew into 57 doctoral theses and 176 master’s theses in 1990s. In 2000s,there were 50 doctoral theses and 204 master’s theses, and now in total, there are 110 doctoral theses and 467 master’s theses available. The situation of translations and writings on theoretical work(including critical essays) are similar to that of master’s and doctoral theses. There were only 6 theoretical works in the end of 1970s, while 171 are published at the moment. Before Korea-China diplomatic agreement, most of the work dealt with basic matter such as the history of Chinese contemporary literature, but after the agreement, the number of more professional books on specific subjects has increased. The reason, assessment and significance of this situation will be discussed more closely in the paper.
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    New China Lao She studies history of 60 years scrutinize

    高文芳 | 谢昭新 | 2010, (22) | pp.314~331 | number of Cited : 0
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    Since the establishment of new China in 1949, Lao She studies at the continent already passes by 60 years so far. These 60 years, Lao She studies while enriching cultural intension of China’s academy,is refracting the whole shapes of academic cultural construction and development too. This text will divide Lao She studies in 60 of new China into four periods: The advancing difficultly of the period of 17; Considerable development of the eighties; From “text” to the transition of “foundations of people” in the 1990s; Seek, break through and develop among low tide since the new century, go on brief analyze on each development, important reap and period characteristic of period, etc, in order to reflect new China Lao She studies the history of 60 years and evolves the orbit.
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    The context in which Koreans accepted the Chinese biographical Literature since the 20th Century and its Impacts on them

    Park Jae Woo | 2010, (22) | pp.332~342 | number of Cited : 0
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    A number of biographical literature works were produced in the 20thcenturyinChina,andthusmanyscholarsconductedresearchontheseworksandtheirth eories.InSouthKoreasincethe1960snumbersofChinesebiographicalliteratureworkssuc hasHuShi’s《An Autobiography at the Age of Forty》 were translated and published into Korean according to the translators’ perspective to meet the needs of the time. In this paper the situation in which Chinese biographical literatures were accepted, the changes occurred over the periods and their impacts and values on Koreans were investigated by dividing the time after the latter half of the 20th century into four different periods: the first period of 1960s and 70s, the second the 1980s, the third the1990s and the fourth the 2000s and on.
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    Familiar stranger : the the understanding of The Romance of the Three Kindoms among the public

    柳岳梅 | 2010, (22) | pp.343~352 | number of Cited : 0
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    This article presents the spread of the story of Three Kingdoms, from the field of history to literature, and then from literature to popular pastime. Changing from classic literature to popular reading is the feature of this process. Due to the misleading introduction of the mass media, The Romance of the Three Kingdoms becomes the “familiar stranger”. This article points out that the media and scholars should take the responsibility to promote the spread of this novel properly among the public so as to help readers understand this classic work correctly
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    Reading Jay Chou, an aspect of Chinese Pop culture, in Korea

    KIM JUNG EUN | 정보영 | 2010, (22) | pp.353~365 | number of Cited : 0
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    In a globalized world where borders of nations are uncertain, the transcendence phenomena between cultural boundaries are accelerated by development of various media, generating power for each country to grow day after day by influencing one another. Geographically close to Chinese cultural area, Korea has influenced the area and also been influenced for centuries. While interchange between Korea and Mainland China or Hong Kong was intimately associated,relation with Taiwan was relatively weak. They were not well acquainted in both political and cultural sectors after cutting off relations. In such circumstance, <Secret>, a film directed by Taiwanese singer-songwriter Jay Chou quietly moved Koreans’ hearts. With a relatively low-budget, his movie created sensation and earned star qualities. Unlikely to other Chinese cultural areas, Korea and Taiwan shares similar historical experiences. Those common points make two countries feel closer identity including culture. ‘Korean wave’ stroke Asian cultural area and Taiwan was one of nations it dominated. However, Taiwan wave in Korea is still calm. If Taiwan government invests cultural icons acceptable to other cultural areas in case of Jay Chou and strives to be distinguished among other Chinese area,‘Taiwan wave fever’ may be in the near future.