An Analysis of the Difficulties in the Translation of Regional Classical Chinese Poetry-A Case Study on Chongqing's Overseas Transmission

  •  Yang Ding    
  •  Rui Zhou    


With the deepening of the cultural exchange in the world, the unified orientation of Chinese literature is struggling in the cross-cultural communication. However, Chinese regional traditional culture has yet attracted more and more attention in foreign academic circles. As one of the local historical and cultural communication media, the translation of regional ancient Chinese poetry has become an urgent problem to solve. This kind of translation has a great significance in the increase of the influence of classical Chinese literature in global contexts. What’s more, it plays an important role in making new breakthroughs in regional research and promoting differentiation of academic studies on overseas dissemination of Chinese literary heritage. Taking Chongqing classical poetry as a case, this paper focused on the using of noun, the organizing of meaning and the expressing of allusions to interpret some difficulties in the translation of regional ancient Chinese poems, so that it can provide references for those who study the overseas communication in global contexts of regional classical Chinese literature.


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