Date of Submission

Spring 2011

Academic Program

Foreign Languages, Cultures, and Literature


Li-hua Ying

Abstract/Artist's Statement

This translation project combines two languages, Japanese and Chinese. The four stories that has been translated are written from two contrasting perspectives by ordinary Japanese and Chinese people. All the authors of stories are the people who were living in Manchukuo before or during the Second Sino-Japanese War. They wrote down their personal experiences or others', which were completely different towards the attitude of the establishment of Manchukuo.

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