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Japanese – Chuugoku

May 27th, 2011 · No Comments · Japanese, Rise of China

中国 (ちゅうごく) chuugoku “China” 中 – in; inside; middle; centre 国 – country Japanese attitudes to China include a wide range of views. The most common way of referring to China is Chuugoku. This means “central region” or middle country”. There is a region of Japan, around Hiroshima, which is also referred to in this […]

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Japanese – Chuugoku no taitou

May 27th, 2011 · No Comments · Japanese, Rise of China

中国の台頭 (ちゅうごくのたいとう) chuugoku no taitou Relates to the ‘rise of China’ Remarkable achievements prior to World War II, coupled with Japan’s phenomenal post-war economic recovery, have given rise to a benign superiority complex vis-à-vis China among the Japanese people. In the context of already widespread concern about the relative decline of Japan’s global influence, Japanese […]

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Korean (South) – Chungguk pusang | Chungguk p’aegwon | Chungguk sǒngjang

May 27th, 2011 · No Comments · Korean (South), Rise of China

중국부상 (中國浮上) Chungguk pusang 중국패권 (中國覇權) Chungguk p’aegwon 중국성장 (中國成長) Chungguk sǒngjang   Relates to the ‘rise of China’ Generally, it would be an overstatement to say that the “rise of China” is ignored by the Korean media, but a certain lack of concern over this issue is obvious. In South Korea, the “China question” […]

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Chinese – Zhōngguó de juéqǐ

May 27th, 2011 · No Comments · Chinese, Rise of China

中國的崛起 (中国的崛起) Zhōngguó de juéqǐ Relates to the ‘Rise of China’ The term is composed of following Chinese characters: 中國 (中国) – Zhōngguó – China 的 (的) – de – possessive case 中国的 – Zhōngguó de – China’s, of China 崛 (崛) – jué – Rise high; stands out[1] 起 (起) – qǐ – Rise […]

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Burmese – Tayok Pye Thu Thamada Naing Ngan Se Pwa Yei Hpunhpyo Tung Tīn The Naign Ngan Apyit Paw Htwet La Chin

May 25th, 2011 · No Comments · Burmese, Rise of China

Tayok Pye Thu Thamada Naing Ngan Sē Pwā Yēi Hpunhpyō Tung Tīn The Naign Ngan Apyit Paw Htwet La Chīn Relates to ‘Rise of China’ Depending on the party, the rise of China is either a security referent or a threat to security.  The Burmese government portrays China as an intimate relative and important ally, […]

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