On Translation Teaching From the Perspective of Chinese Modernity

Furong KOU


By combing translation studies from the perspective of Chinese modernity and focusing on the broad understanding of translation teaching, this paper aims to point out the new understanding, characteristics and functions of translation teaching research from the perspective of Chinese modernity.


Chinese modernity; Translation and Chinese modernity; Translation teaching

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