A Study on Translations in Hutton’s Hmu Writing in Southwest China

Jixing LONG

Abstract


Since the 1920s, the missionaries like Hutton and Clarke have successively translated the English version of Christian classics, such as Hymn and New Testament of the Holy Bible, into Hutton’s Hmu writing. The miao translation of Christian classics has exerted great influence on the cultural life of black miao people, instituting written system for them and consistently introducing the Christian culture and ideology into the miao region.

 


Keywords


Translating culture; Hutton’s Hmu writing; Southwest China

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11268

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