Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Culture, Education and Economic Development of Modern Society (ICCESE 2019)

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Towards Modeling Narrative Discourse: The Role of the Writer

Oksana Fedotova
The aim of the paper is to analyze the forms in which the author reveals his/ her presence in the text. The author may speak directly to the reader; he/ she might comment upon events and characters and interrupt the course of fictional action to express his/ her view of the situation. The diachronic...

Analysis on Lexical Error of Russian Translation of Chinese Linguistic Landscape

Guojiang Qi, Ping Yin, Di Liu
This paper explores the lexical errors of Russian translation of Chinese linguistic landscape from the perspective of language, including semantic errors, collocation errors, word order errors, lexical redundancy, cultural word errors, rigid translation, and illegible and rhetorically incorrect proper...

Dialect Attitude, Dialect Environment and Dialect Degradation: Evidence from Hukou Dialect in China

Jinfeng Li
This paper investigates dialect attitude and “dialect mingled by Mandarin” phenomenon of 782 family residents in Hukou County, Jiangxi Province, China. OLS model was established to analyze the relationship between dialect attitude and dialect degradation. Results showed that: first, the distribution...

The Literary Value of "The Figures and Exposition of Suppression and Pacification in Tibet"

Xiangfei Fan, Juntao Wang
The Figures and Exposition of Suppression and Pacification in Tibet is the work of the Minister of Tibet Songyun. Although the research on Songyun and its works is a research hotspot in recent years, there are relatively few studies on the research of "The Figures and Exposition of Suppression and Pacification...

Discussion on the Translation Methods of Culture-loaded Words in Lu Xun Selected Essays

Lin Jiang
Culture-loaded words are glossaries that reflect the distinctive culture and history of a nation and an important feature differing itself from other nations. Culture-loaded words reflect various aspects of a society and can be seen in many literary works. Cultural difference among nations is a huge...

Research on Chinese and Russian Vocabulary Contact in the Border Port Cities of Heilongjiang Province from the Perspective of Sociolinguistics

Dan Lv, Hao Wu, Lili Song
The research of language contact is a frontier field in the discipline of sociolinguistics while the Chinese and Russian language contact in border ports is an important topic in this field. Based on the perspective of language contact research in sociolinguistic, this paper relies on the lexical theory...

Study on Howard Goldblatt’s Translational Behavior from a Postcolonial Perspective

Linxi Zhang
This paper aims to review Howard Goldblatt’s translational behavior in terms of both “intra-translation” and “extra-translation” by probing into his translation of My Life as Emperor. A postcolonial scrutiny of Goldblatt’s translation reveals the inherently ambiguous and hybrid nature of his translation...

Intentional Interpretation of the Semantic Structure of Chinese Idioms from the Perspective of Philosophy of Mind

Fangfang Ding
With the concept of intentionality in the philosophy of mind, this paper puts forward three principles of intentional explanation of the semantic structure of Chinese idioms such as the dominance principle of intentionality, the priority principle of intention content and the principle of intentional...

Meaning in the Philosophy of Language

Lingkai Hong
The issue of meaning has long been a core subject in the Western philosophy of language. Basically there are two canonical traditions of approaching this issue, namely the referential theories of meaning and the mental theories of meaning. The various claims and arguments concerning the issue of meaning...

A Brief Discussion on the Origin and Diachronic Evolution of the Chinese Sentence "As Long as p, q"

Xiaoyan Cao
The Chinese sentence pattern "as long as p, q" is originated from the sentence pattern "once p, q" in the Han Dynasty. After long-term development and change, there have been "so long as p, then q", "should p, then q", "only p, then q", "as long as p, then q", "as long as p, q" and other formats . "As...

Three "Problems" to Be Overcome in the Revival of Confucianism

Haofan Fang
Confucianism is both incompatible with and adaptable to the life of modern society. Believe it or not, Confucianism is impossible to "disappear" in world culture including Northeast Asian culture. At the same time, it is necessary but also difficult to make a rational positioning for Confucianism as...

Research on Speech-associated Gesture in Chinese College Students’ English PPT Presentation Based on Multimodal Theory

Yuan Zhang
Multimodal discourse analysis has been adopted in many researches to analyze the oral language data and is also employed to investigate non-verbal communication. Based on multimodal discourse analysis theory, this research is intended to conduct an empirical research to investigate the hand gestures...

Research on the Creation of Picture Books for Guandong Ballads

Meiyuan Yun
As a part of the cultural heritage of human beings, ballads are not only for exhibition, nor just need to be protected, but also need to be carried forward. "One doesn't understand the beauty of a ballad; voice comes from the mouth but expresses the singer's heart". The verse directly reveals the dual...

Introspecting to the Modernity of Zen and the Characters of Literati Paintings in Yuan Dynasty

Lan Jiang
Since Song and Yuan Dynasties, under the stimulation and nourishing of Zen, Chinese painting had gradually formed a diluted and unconventional character of literati painting, especially represented by literati paintings in Yuan Dynasty. Later reminded by Dong Qichang, this cultural character was finally...

Chinese Existential Sentences and Their Uighur Translation Studies

Yongliang Zhao
Existential sentences are very distinctive sentences in Chinese. Existential sentences are often used for the portrayal of portraits, the description of scenes, the introduction of the environment, etc. This is a very common sentence in Chinese. There is no such sentence in Uyghur. Correct understanding...

Factors Influencing Foreign Students’ Learning Effect in China: a Comparison Between Oral and Written Chinese

Jinfeng Li, Yuliang Zhou
This paper systematically summarizes the factors influencing foreign students’ Chinese learning effect at a university in Guangzhou. Structural Equation Model is constructed to compare the differences of influencing factors between oral Chinese and written Chinese learning. Results show that: study basis,...

Analysis on Bai Juyi's New Yue-fu Poetry of "Feng-Ya-Bi-Xing"

Shufan Wang
In early Tang dynasty, Chen Zi'ang proposed "Xing-Ji" theory. It is the important poetry theory in Tang dynasty, and has had a profound impact on the formation of Bai Juyi's realistic literary viewpoint and "Feng-Ya-Bi-Xing" poetry artistic style in middle Tang dynasty. In particular, the poet's allegory...

Following One’s Heart Without Breaking the Rules A Study of Garinsai of the Wa Nationality from the Perspective of Johan Huizinga's Homo Ludens

Hui Hu
Garinsai is a representative new dance of Wa nationality. Based on Johan Huizinga's game theory, this paper has deeply explored the game characteristics of Garinsai. It holds that the holding of Garinsai requires specific time and space, and has the characteristics of order, self-discipline and non-utilitarianism....

“Metamorphosis” of The Miser A Brief Analysis on the Richness Development of the Play "The Miser" for "The Pot of Gold

Ruochen Bai
Moliere is the representative playwright of the famous French classic comedy in the 17th century. His work “The Miser” is a classic that cannot be surpassed in the history of drama. "The Miser" is based on the comedy "The Pot of Gold" by the ancient Roman dramatist Plautus. The common protagonist "The...

The Application of Fuzzy Theory and Fuzzy Language in Sports Interpreting

Jun Xu
With the further development of the Belt and Road Initiative, China’s communication with foreign countries has become more frequent, and interpretation has been applied to foreign exchanges in various industries. As one of the major sports countries, China has put forward higher demands for sports interpreting...

Study on Translation of Visceral Manifestation Terminologies Under the Guidance of Skopos Theory

Hongling Que
Nowadays, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) has gotten a wide range of attention. As visceral manifestation is an important component of TCM, many scholars research the translation of visceral manifestation terminologies. Under the guidance of Skopos theory, this paper explores translation of visceral...

The Ecocritical Analysis of Ode to a Nightingale by John Keats

Fanting Kong
John Keats is one of the representatives of romantic poets. Ode to a Nightingale is his remarkable poem, famous for its ecological theme and spirit. It indicates the rupture of ecological harmony and presents an ideal world which is beautiful and harmonious. This thesis, based on the previous studies,...

A Pragmatic Analysis of White Lies from the Standpoint of Speakers

Hui Wang
The paper studies the pragmatic functions of white lies from the standpoint of speakers. From the perspective of pragmatics, white lies are regarded as a kind of pragmatic strategy that harmonizes interpersonal relationships and smooth social communication. The aim in this paper is to describe and explain...

Research on Chinese and Russian Language Contact in the Border Port Cities of Heilongjiang Province from the Perspective of "the Belt and Road"

Dan Lv, Huiqing Zhao, Hao Wu, Hongtao Fu
The research of language contact is a frontier field in the discipline of sociolinguistics while the Chinese and Russian language contact in border ports is an important topic in this field. Based on "the Belt and Road" strategy, this paper studies the history, characteristics and results of Chinese...

Corpus-based Analysis of Linguistic Features of English Versions of Watson's Classics

Lili Sun
By use of the small self-built corpus and the use of corpus research methods, this study analyzes the linguistic features of the translation of Watson's classics from three aspects: vocabulary, syntax and textual cohesion. Through the specific language phenomena, it is concluded that the language of...

A Comparative Study of Chinese and Japanese Language Promotion Policies

Ling Tong
With the full implementation of "One Belt And One Road" construction, China is increasingly stepping into the center of the world stage, and the Chinese language is bound to carry more functions of international communication tools. With the increasing enthusiasm for Chinese learning all over the world,...

Deficiency in the Family Education in Go Tell It on the Mountain: A Perspective of Original Family

Xincun Huo
Family education plays an important role in the physical and psychological development of children. The qualities of parents and husband-wife relationship deeply affect the parent-child relationship, and finally the result of family education. Go Tell It on the Mountain demonstrates the deficiency of...

Explaining Theories of Verbal False Memory

Jiangping Zhou
Verbal false memory is one of the most important research fields in cognitive science, especially in language and memory. As to the explaining theories of verbal false memory, researchers have experienced a series of theoretical explorations. They have proposed explaining theories such as the schema-reconstructive...

From Fiction to Teleplay — Study on Lu Yao’s Ordinary World

Han Wang
The TV play “Ordinary World” is basically faithful to the original novel. It embodies the integration of multi-cultures in three aspects: space-time choice, character creation and marriage mode. It has not only the manifestation of the mainstream culture, but also the latent of folk culture, and the...

The Conventional Implicature of Dialogues in Emma

Yijun Wu
Criticisms and reviews on Emma have been numerous in number and various in approaches. This study, as a qualitative case study, attempts to analyze the conventional implicature of dialogues in Emma by employing cooperative principle in order to explore the way of analyzing literature works from perspective...

Study on the Translation of Trademarks Between Chinese and English

Ying Zhou
With the globalization of the world, many products in China are exported to foreign countries. Therefore, the translation of trademarks is necessary and important. This paper introduces the equivalence phenomenon in the translation of trademarks and some common translation skills.

Identity and Language in Don DeLillo’s Zero K

Xue Dong
Zero K, as a half-scientific and half-realistic novel, reflects manifold aspects in contemporary American and world life, in which the problem of identity and language is more striking. This paper investigates the relationship of language and identity by the sense of loss as an outsider of community,...

The Construal of the Experiential Meaning in the Manual of Household Electric Appliance

Shaowei Xiong
Discourse analysis helps to better understand the meaning of discourse. Studies of discourse analysis from the systemic functional perspective play an important role in the domain of linguistics. The manual of household electric appliance which is widely used in daily life is a special kind of discourse....

Decoding The Secret Garden Secrets of Mary’s Growth

Ying Wu
The American authoress Frances Hodgson Burnett’s novel The Secret Garden is a classic masterpiece of children’s literature, narrating the growth path of the young girl Mary. This thesis mainly explores the three keys to Mary’s growth: nature, harmonious interpersonal relationship and secret, hoping to...

The Etymology of "Talent" and the Comparison of "Origins" Between Chinese and Western Views on Talent

Yanhua Li
The difference between Chinese and Western views on talent is essentially the difference of their history and culture. In ancient China, the word referring to talent that meaned people stored for use like timber preceded the one that meaned people having ability in a particular field”. The former first...

Feminine Narration: a Feminist Study of Dubliners by James Joyce

Na Zhao
This preliminary feminist study of Dubliners by James Joyce focuses on three female characters in three short stories by applying postfeminist criteria to explore their Other unique feminine narration which challenge and disrupt the conventional masculine cultural system. Following the notion of “the...

Linking China's Standard of English Language Ability with the Automated Essay Assessment

Wei Ye, Dandan Huang
The purpose of this two-stage study is to examine the potential of China’s Standard of English Language Ability (CSE) for Automated Essay Scoring (AES) development. In the first stage of the study, 657 descriptors from 24 writing-related CSE scales were inspected to generate categories representative...

Suffering Is the Pinnacle of Life On the Consciousness of Suffering in Lu Yao's Works

Lei Li, Yanni Li, Yi Zhang, Zheng Wan
“Suffering” seems to have become an imprint of Lu Yao’s life and his works, and cannot be erased. This "suffering" has his unique style and consciousness is aesthetically pleasing. Studying his suffering consciousness has an important contemporary significance for better understanding and learning of...

The Christian Elements in The Chronicles of Narnia: The lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Yumei Xu
This paper mainly dedicates to analyze the Christian elements in The lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. In the novel, both the settings and characters have their archetypes in the Bible. By analyzing the archetypes, the author tries to probe into its Christian themes.

A Field Research of Chinese Uyghur People's Writing Reforms and Influences in the 20th Century

Abuduwupuer Reheman, Yingjie Guo
Uyghur language is a unique language spoken by Uyghur people in China. Historically, several reforms focusing on the writing system of Uyghur language took place in the 20th century due to the influences of the particular ideology, political changes, periodical guidance, or underestimated practices within...

Innovation of Narrative Theme and Narrative Time of the Television Dramas on the Period of the Republic of China Centering on Legend of Fragrance

Duanli Wu, Weihua Chen
The theme of Chinese TV drama about the period of Republic of China heavily relies on the division of time, and the narrative theme is indulged in rendering of love and the narrative technique is “short and flat”. That is easy to dilute the diversity of the themes of the Republic of China and cause the...

Study on the Correspondence Between Word and Characters on the Eastern Han Bamboo Slips

Hongli Ge
The research has been made on the characters in the Eastern Han bamboo slips. 161 characters in the Eastern Han bamboo slips are different from the traditional standard ones. These characters can be divided into two categories: first, from the Eastern Han Dynasty to the present, the correspondence between...

A New Historicism Study of Shakespeare's Historical Plays

Jia Gao
One of the distinctive features of Shakespeare's research in the new century is the study of his history plays in the perspective of New Historicism criticism. New Historicism scholars advocate bringing historical investigation into literary studies and point out that the relationship between literature...

Study on the Imagery of Characters in Xiaoliangshan's Poetry

Shuping Yang
The unique imagery selection is an important indication of the nationality and regionality of the poetry in Xiaoliangshan poetry group. The construction of the imagery of the characters is not negligible except for landscapes such as mountains and rivers. They are mainly mothers, fathers and women.

Negative Transfer of Hakka in Gan Dialect to English Phonetic Acquisition and Its Countermeasures

Xijuan Chen
In second language acquisition, the second language phonetic system is influenced by the mother tongue, which means the dialect. The language form, meaning and culture are easily transferred to second language acquisition, resulting in negative transfer. In this paper, the effects of phonology in Hakka...

Supplementary Interpretation of “[bu] wo you nu” in the Book of Songs on Fuyang Han Bamboo Slips

Dongxue Jin
Most contents of the Book of Songs on Fuyang Han bamboo slips are incomplete and impaired. The contents of the Book of Songs on the 170 pieces of bamboo slips collated are quite different from those of the present version, and they are generally regarded by the academic circle as different from the poems...

Research on Humanism in Japanese Modern Prose Poems Taking Kusano Simpei and Yoshida Ichiho as Examples

Lele Zhang
As an independent literary genre, prose poem has been popular in Japan since the mid-nineteenth century. It has the characteristics of both prose and poetry. In essence, it is still the stylistic form of poetry. Kusano Simpei and Yoshida Ichiho are two famous prose poets in the middle of the 20th century....

A Study on Differences Between Taiwanese Mandarin and Mainland Mandarin in Vocabulary

Jianjiao Zhou, Shu Zhou
There are many differences in pronunciation and vocabulary between Taiwanese mandarin and mainland mandarin, which are mainly due to the differences between the two sides in geography, history, politics, social culture and language environment. Coupled with lack of information communication during more...

An Analysis of Influential Factors of Semantic Inferences

Jiangping Zhou
Based on whether the given information will be integrated or not, semantic inferences are classified into bridging inferences and elaborative inferences. Moreover, studies on the influential factors of semantic inferences show that semantic inferences are not only affected by contextual constraints,...

A Comparative Study of Gao Xing and Sister Carrie from the Perspective of Structuralism

Liang Wu
There are many similarities between Mr. Jia Pingwa’s novel “Gao Xing” and the debut novel “Sister Carrie” by Theodore Dreiser, an American naturalist. The two authors have similar life experiences and are under the background of social changes. They have immersed the characters in the works with the...