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The 8th Annual Czech and Slovak Sinological Conference 2014: Proceedings

The 8th Annual Czech and Slovak Sinological Conference 2014: Proceedings

Martin Lavicka20 Oct 2015Leave a comment

Proceedings from the 8th Annual Czech and Slovak Sinological Conference 2014 can be downloaded in the iPDF format clicking on the link below.


In this volume you can find following articles:

  • Wei-lun Lu
    • Use of Translation Corpora as a New Method in Chinese Language Research and Its Pedagogical Implications: The Case of Viewpoint in Narratives
  • Zuzana Pospěchová
    • Prosodic Transcription of Standard Chinese in Sociolinguistics Research
  • Hana Třísková
    • Teaching Mandarin Pronunciation: the Cliticoids and Basic Types of Phonetic Chunks
  • Michaela Zahradníková
    • Chinese Character Learning Strategies
  • Jiří Hudeček
    • Science and Cultural Conservatism in the Dongfang zazhi (Eastern Miscellany), 1911–1927
  • Václav Laifr
    • Building of “New China’s Astronomy” and the Establishment of New Historiography of Traditional Astronomy in the 1950s and 1960s: An insight from the oral history sources
  • Martin Slobodník
    • “Lamaism, the Living Anachronism” – Depiction of Tibetan Buddhism in Czechoslovak Travelogues from the 1950s
  • Magdalena Masláková
    • Taiwan as the Promised Land? The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan and Its Struggle for Inculturation
  • Chieko Nakajima
    • Shanghai Stank: Night Soil Business in Modern Shanghai
  • Pavlína Krámská
    • Experiencing Taiwan in Taiwanese Nature-Oriented Literature
  • Radek Pělucha
    • Wang Wenxing: The Poetics of Modern Taiwanese Fiction
  • Martina Rysová
    • Identity of Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia Reflected in the Short Stories by Veven Sp. Wardhana
  • Li-wen Wang
    • Asceticism, Insanity, and Affection – The Three Characteristics of “Bizarre Monks” Portrayed in Tang Tales


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