This stimulating collection of 10 essays brings together a group of 11 scholars working in the field of translation studies at various institutions of higher learning, four in China, three in the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macao, one in Taiwan, and the rest in Europe and North America. The aim of the book is to discuss various debates and research trajectories particular to the Chinese situation. According to the editors, Chinese scholars have published relatively little in English, creating a void that this volume addresses ...
Translation, Globalisation and Localisation: A Chinese Perspective
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