The Embodiment of Ceramic Culture-Loaded Words in Chinese Ceramic Stories

Jingyi SUN, Lun WANG


Ceramic culture-loaded words carry with them abundant Chinese culture, and they are good carriers to spread Chinese ceramic culture to the world. China is now advocating the strategy of “Chinese Culture Going Out”, aiming to tell Chinese stories to the global people. Chinese ceramic stories contains a lot of culture-loaded words which are unique and characteristic in ceramic culture. This paper analyses the embodiment of ceramic culture-loaded words in Chinese ceramic stories.


Culture-loaded words; Ceramic stories; dissemination

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