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《Fudan Journal(Social Sciences Edition)》 2008-02
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Mirror for Self-recognition:Reflections on the Japanese and Korean Literatures on Chinese History

GE Zhao-guang (National Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies, Fudan University, Shanghai 200433, China)  
Is it enough to interpret China only with Chinese materials? It is a major question on how to understand or interpret Chinese history and Chinese Culture. For many years, a large number of Japanese and Korean documents about China have been almost neglected by Chinese historical and cultural studies. Nevertheless, these documents can provide us as much new sources as fresh perspectives. Only with the observations and archive in then Japan and Korea, can we really watch China from exotic eyes. Compared with the distinct differentiations between the West and China, probably the contrasts between China and its peripheries are worthier, because through the historical homogeneity and the seemingly slight heterogeneity, we could have a better view of each other's cultural characteristics and a better understanding of the phenomenon that the two cultures with the same root would produce irretrievable gaps.
【CateGory Index】: K25
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