Analysis on President Xi Jinping’s Expressions in Publicity Translation

Zhiliang LIU, Yurui WU

Abstract


In order to make China and Chinese stories better heard, publicity translation has a long way to go and shoulders an arduous task. Although there are some studies about publicity translation, yet only a few have been done on speeches by Chinese leaders. This paper studies several problems as follows: features of President Xi Jinping’s stylistic expressions and analysis on them; the application of publicity translation theories and factors considered while translating, including the translation techniques employed.


Keywords


Xi’s stylistic expressions; English translation features; Translation theories of publicity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11781

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