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Furthermore, from the mid-to-late nineties, the departments of Sinitic languages and literature in some universities in Taiwan have become an important base for institutionalizing the discourse of "Sinophone literature.
Ten shared etyma between Sinitic and Uralic languages are supplied to the rhyme correspondences in this article.
The capital of the founder monarchy is historically told as being in Chen [9673 [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (chen/tran), Sinitic etymology meaning 'settlement' > 'to set'] (present-day Huaiyang) in eastern central China, archaeologically undiscovered.
The author's Sinitic slant and mistaken extrapolations, the least of which was focusing on an extremely narrow selection of dithyrambic tribute poems, leaving out those that may offer a different dimension, not to mention an entire Viet heritage of literature of resistance to invaders, weaken this erudite work.
Nonetheless, Western scholarship on Sinitic civilization (China, Korea, and Japan) has long been dominated by teleologies that assume social and historical change arises from commercial activities and is inherently progressive.
5) Thammy Evans, "The PRC's Relationship with the ASEAN Regional Forum: Realpolitik, Regime Theory or a Continuation of the Sinitic Zone of Influence System", Modern Asian Studies 37 (2003): 737-63, in which she argues that Chinese reasons for joining are best understood in neither neorealist nor neoliberal terms, but rather as a continuation of the hierarchical way China has always viewed and conducted international relations.
As well as English, the linguistic repertoire of the Chinese in Winnipeg contains a number of Sinitic languages, commonly known as Chinese dialects.
If China's cultural tradition is inimical to economic growth, how could Japan and the "four tigers" of East Asia, all Sinitic cultures, have been so successful in their economic development?
The location itself is described in meticulous detail, and, without rehearsing the minutia thereof, suffice it to say that by its size alone it constitutes the most impressive site of its kind in Mainland Southeast Asia for the pre- and early Sinitic period.
Plucking Chrysanthemums: Narushima Ryuhoku and Sinitic Literary Traditions in Modern Japan
He takes issue with the view that the Chinese writing system was gradually adapted to Japanese expression in stages beginning with the initial use of orthodox literary Sinitic script and leading ultimately to the development of phonetic kana script in the Heian period, and he presents evidence, following David Lurie, that "uta in the Man'yoshu are not so much written 'in Japanese' as they are the result of the various expressive possibilities in the interaction between the Sinoscript and an emerging tradition of vernacular song at the Yamato court" (p.
I've lost a lot of it, but as I grew up I was reading newspapers in Korean Hangul and Sinitic Hanja script every day.