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As the Year of the Metal (techno) Rat is upon us, a couple of...
Author: Charles Qin “Men shall deal unadvisedly sometimes, which after hours gives leisure to...
Welcome to the Year of the Rat! The Rat will start to play on 25 January 2020 and will be quiet again when the Ox charges on 12 February 2021. As the first animal in the Chinese zodiac, the rat may not be well regarded in the West, but in Chinese culture it symbolises good […]
As the Year of the Metal (techno) Rat is upon us, a couple of significant changes are looming in China’s technology space. “It’s not far-fetched to say that 2020 will be the year that digital currencies make their mark on the world.” writes Scott Babbage, Strategy Hubb, with a focus on China. In the west, […]
By Kate Ritchie The relationship between translator and writer is an interesting one that was explored at a Monash University inspired event: Showcasing Australian Literature in China through Translation. It was fascinating to hear from well-known Australian writers published in Chinese translation and how they work with translators, as well as their experiences in China. […]
Author: Charles Qin “Men shall deal unadvisedly sometimes, which after hours gives leisure to repent”, wrote Shakespeare Replace ‘deal unadvisedly’ with ‘produce terrible translations’ and you get the picture! That is my contention. Let me set out the case in English: In the last couple of days, the mainstream media in Australia has been covering […]