The Studies of English Translation in Horqin Culture

Chunyan SUN


Horqin Culture belongs to the Mongolian culture as well as one of the diversified but integrated grassland cultures. In order to introduce Horqin Culture to the world, it is necessary to translate it into English in hope that the international readers will understand and accept it. Therefore, the strategies and methods on English translation of Horqin Culture are mainly discussed in the following thesis.


Horqin culture; English translation; Strategies and methods

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