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2017, Vol., No.55

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    A Study on Chinese Textbook in Qingmo Minchu(淸末民初) Period: Focused on English-Chinese Dictionary of the Standard Chinese Spoken Language, Guanhua Cuizhen(≪官話萃珍≫), Zhina Sisheng Zidian(≪支那四聲字典≫), Zhina Shengyin Zihui(≪支那聲音字彙≫)

    Hyun-Ah Khoo | 2017, (55) | pp.1~29 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study used four Chinese textbook of Qingmo Minchu period, analyzed phonological system and researched the status of Beijing dialect of that time. These four book based on writing system of ≪Yuyan Zi'erji≫, furthermore they have similar phonological sound system. But the fact of these book have iai, Dangjiang entering tone does not have ending imply Beijing dialect does not become a official koine that time. Beijing dialect became a koine after publish of ≪Guoyin Zidian≫ in 1920, which phonological system is based on Beijing dialect.
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    A Study on the Defining the Part of Speech of You(有) in the ‘X hen YouY’ and ‘YouY Z’ Constructions

    CHOI SHINHYE | 2017, (55) | pp.31~47 | number of Cited : 1
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    When You indicates something which is possessed(mainly abstract thing) is many or big, it is possible for degree adverb to appear before You. Y is an abstract noun in the ‘X hen YouY’ construction. ‘You+ abstract noun’ presents the meaning of property, so the whole construction ‘You+ abstract noun’ is adjectival, therefore it can be modified by degree adverb. What henmodifies is the whole construction ‘YouY’, and Youis a verb in this construction. Youin the ‘You Y Z’ experienced a grammaticalization from verb, and it functions as an indefinite marker before the indefinite subject(Y). Due to its grammaticalization and difficulty in defining its part of speech, we propose that define the part of speech of Youin the ‘YouY Z’ construction as auxiliary word.
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    The Number of Large Derivatives and the Structure of The Literary Mind and Carving of Dragons(≪文心雕龍≫)

    Kwansu Kim | 2017, (55) | pp.49~89 | number of Cited : 0
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    The effection of “Zhou Yi” on “The Literary Mind and Carving of Dragons” system is full ranging. And especially “The Great Expansion Method of Divination” has affected the inner most structure of “The Literary Mind and Carving of Dragons”. This thesis is a kind of trial to find a hidden relationship between the two and the main point of this thesis is that Zong-Shu represents the “Tai Chi” in “The Literary Mind and Carving of Dragons” because “Zong-Shu” has a quality of “Tai Chi”
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    “Listen to Me! Respectable Audience”: The Narration Strategy in Er Pai(≪二拍≫)

    ZHAO DONG MEI | 2017, (55) | pp.91~107 | number of Cited : 2
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    “Listen to me, respectable audience” is an expression commonly used by the storyteller of traditional fiction in vernacular. Often initiating a flashback, it calls for the reader’s attention to the following comments, explanation, etc, eases the reader’s minds in comprehending the discourse, and draws the reader into the semantic frame built up by the narrator, achieving a reception that is much desired. “Listen to me, respectable audience” (and its various variants) as a fixe phrase engaged by the narrator occurs at an immensely high frequency in Er Pai. Through investigating the concrete use of the phrase, this essay aims to expose the work’s particular narration strategy.
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    ‘Modern’ Construction and Forming Discourse on National Literature: Focusing on “Literature of the Oppressed People(被損害民族的文學號)” of The Short Story Magazine(≪小說月報≫)

    KIM MIYOUNG | 2017, (55) | pp.109~128 | number of Cited : 0
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    In the 1920’s, editors of ≪The Short Story Magazine(小说月报)≫ published four times of special issues. They contained intention that are ‘Modern’ or ‘Modern Literature’ such as Marxism, naturalism, neo-Romanticism in the special issues. Especially “Literature of the oppressed people(被損害民族的文 學)”(Vol. 12 Issue 10) is worthy of attention. It shows that the editors of ≪The Short Story Magazine≫ considered not only symbol of world leading ‘Modern Literature’, European literature, but also Literature of the oppressed people that were minor position on the ‘modern literature’ at that time. In other words, the editors of ≪The Short Story Magazine≫ considered that Literature of the oppressed people also have had ‘modern idea’. “Literature of the oppressed people” Specially issued containedmany research papers about national language, national writer and national literature. In the final analysis, the editors have had to make plans for making chinese own national literature and rousing the conscience of the whole nation.
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    Decentralization and the Emplementation of the Social Security System in China: Focused on the Old-age Pension Insurance in Guangdongand Shenzhen

    Yoo Eun Ha | 2017, (55) | pp.129~151 | number of Cited : 0
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    This article discusses about policy distortion between central and local governments through case study on the old-age pension insuranceof Guangdong province and Shenzhen city in China. This policy distortion means local governments changed original policy intention of central one and executed the policy. It argues that a key point in this phenomenon is the change of central-local relationship therefore causes structure of interest between them after decentralization in political and administration system. In other words, the changes had been caused because of giving local governmentspower and motive after decentralization in reform and openness era. Also in a current administrational institutional environment of China, this study offers a hypothesis that the higher importance and portion they have in the political economic system, the more capability of policy implementation they use, like Guangdong and Shenzhen.
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    An Evaluation of the Chinese Open-door Capital Market Policies

    Lee Kwang-Jae | 2017, (55) | pp.153~177 | number of Cited : 3
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    After 1992 Southern Tour Speeches (Nanxun Jianghua) of the former chinese paramount leader, Deng Xiaoping, China has persisted the open-door foreign policy on its capital market, realizing remarkable annual economic growth of 9.91% on average for the past 25 years. Recently, however, China has been experiencing a serious economic depression, recording sharp decrease of annual economic growth rate to 7.2% in 2013 from the highest 14.2% of 2007 under the global financial crisis due to 2008 New York’s Sub-prime Mortgage Loan Disaster. In 2013, chinese government established Shanghai FreeTrade Zone (FTZ) and declared to open a new stock market, so called, the International Board of Shanghai Securities Exchange as an effort to reform its economic (and industrial) structure and facilitate its new economic growth strategy aiming at the overall openness of chinese capital market to global investors. In November 2014 and December 2016, China has also opened its stock market to foreign investors through the Shanghai-Hong Kong and Shenzhen-Hong KongStock Connects, respectively, which allowed the cross stock trading between Shanghai/Shenzhen and Hong Kong Stock Exchanges. Especially, Shanghai FTZ, within which unbounded duty-free international trades are permitted, is an experimental and revolutionary trial of China’s open-door foreign economic policies, along with Shanghai and Shenzhen International Boards allowing unlimited cross-listing of international global firms on the chinese A stock market. This paper has analytically explored the current performance of the FTZ, Shanghai/Shenzhen and Hong Kong Stock Connects, and the International Board to provide some suggestions on the future direction of chinese open-door capital market policies. My analyses show that China, as one ofglobal economic super powers, will not disappoint global investors through the overall opening of its capital market including the adoption of free interest rate and floating exchange rate systems.
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    Between Text and History: Elaboration of Some Odd Phenomena in Records about Chinese ‘Xueshi(學士)’ Emigrating to Korea in Korean Collected Works

    劉永連 | EUNSANG CHO | 2017, (55) | pp.179~198 | number of Cited : 0
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    In some data such as genealogy, inscription and biography in Korean Collected Works, there are texts everywhere, telling us that someone’s first ancestor who is Chinese ‘Xueshi(學士)’ emigrated to Korea. But After investigating, we can find that those stories are different very much from history. There are four problems outstanding: First, texts about those stories are in utter disorder; Second, lot of facts is mistake and illogical; Third, their first ancestors’ status are much exaggerated; Forth, passing oneself off as historical figures. Obviously, we can not regard those stories as true histories. However, it is improper for us to discard it arbitrarily, because they are good historical data which reflected one kind of practice prevailing in Korean tribes or clansmen to structure authentic images of Chinese Culture, in the background that tremendous changes came in international relations in East Asia from 17th century.
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    The Education of the Crown Prince in the Han Dynasty

    lee kyung ja | 2017, (55) | pp.199~222 | number of Cited : 0
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    The prince refers to the person who inherits the throne. In China, the prince was called the Donggung(東宮, the east Palace), Seja(世子, the boy), Jeogun(the second man, 儲君), Hwangjeo(the second kingship), gunsa(君嗣, the military kingship), and the Jeonha (殿下, His Highness). But the Han Dynasty called it the Crown Prince. Looking at the dynasty by the era of China, teachers of the Crown Prince in the future for those who will become kings was placed mainly taught the adequate scheme to the circumstances of that times. The Han-dynasty is a country that has adopted Confucianism as its governing ideology. Therefore, the content of the Prince's education also have valuable scriptures with these governance ideology. In this research, I examined how the Crown Prince was handed over, how Tebu(太傅) and Sobu(少傅) who were in charge of their education were selected and what they taught tothe prince. This will show how the imperial education in China has developed in the past and how it can be brought to bear. Through the education of theprince, I hope that it will be a chance to think about more practical alternative through the building of the top elite education of the time and the education of the nobility.
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    Translation and Annotation of Zheng Wufuren Gui Ruzi (<鄭武夫人規孺子>) in Tsinghua Bamboo Slips

    Lee Yeon-Ju | 張 崇 禮 | 2017, (55) | pp.223~254 | number of Cited : 4
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    “Zhengwufuren Gui Ruzi”(<鄭武夫人規孺子>) is one of the five old documents contained in the 6th release of Tsinghua Bamboo Slips(清华简) - a collection of Chinese texts dating to the Warring States period, acquired in 2008 by Tsinghua University. “Zhengwufuren Gui Ruzi”(<鄭武夫人規孺子>) depicts a story happening at the Royal Court of Zheng(鄭) after the passing of Wugong(武 公). It contains the advice and caution(規誡) of Wufuren(武夫人) to her young son Zhuanggong(莊公), successor of Wugong(武公), intending to prevent him from ruling the nation and describes the subsequent developments. This bamboo slip document reveals an unknown fact that Wugong(武公) resided in Wei(衛) for 3 years after he succeeded to the crown, which could possibly be related to the political disturbance at the time of the fall of West Zhou(西周) and the transfer of capital to the east(東遷). It also contains several terms related to the mourning rites, thus allowing us to know the actuals of the mourning of the Pre-Qin period and compare them with relevant clauses in the ancient books on ceremonies and rites, including the Yili(儀禮) and Liji(禮記).
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    Annotating and Translating Wanli Yehuo Bian(≪萬曆野獲編≫) by Shen, Defu(Ⅱ)

    CHAE, SU MIN | SONG JUNGHWA | Leeseungshin | 2017, (55) | pp.255~276 | number of Cited : 0
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    Wanli Yehuo Bian, written by Shen, Defu(1578-1642), is one of the most important source recording about the Ming Dynasty. Shen describes various aspects of Ming society, such as politics, institutions, culture and even conspicuous phenomena in the fashion of an essay, biji(筆記). This paper represents a part of translation of Wanli Yehuo Bianinto Korean with full annotation. The entire volume of Wanli Yehuo Bian is constituted of 34 books. The Chronicles of Emperors, records of the reign-by-reign of emperors, shows up in the first two books. 109 articles listed in the two books illustrate how the Ming Empire was structured and what had happened around the individual emperors throughout the Ming Dynasty. This paper selects the first six articles in a row: Declaring Accession to the Throne; Fengxiandian(奉先殿), Palatial Shrine for the Ancestry; Emperor’s Temples in the Capital; Enshrine Loyalists with Their Emperor; Xiaozilu(孝子 錄), A Guide to the Devoted Sons; Imperial Anthology.