A Brief Analysis of Japanese-Chinese Translation Studies of the Popular Science Text of Traditional Chinese Pharmacology in Japan
Advances in Literary Study , Volume 09, pp 21-25; doi:10.4236/als.2021.91004
Abstract: Chinese herbal medicine features strong national characteristics, and carries heavy cultural connotations. The use of Chinese herbal medicine originated in ancient China, which was called Japanese Kampo medicine after it was introduced into Japan. With the close cultural exchanges between China and Japan and the continuous improvement of medical technology, Chinese herbal medicine has become more and more appreciated and recognized by the Japanese for its unique charm. At the same time, the research on herbology in China and Japan has also been unprecedentedly developed. Based on the purpose of mutual learning and reference, this paper discusses the Japanese-Chinese translation studies of the popular science text of traditional Chinese pharmacology in Japan.
Keywords: Chinese Herbal Medicine / Translation Study / Traditional Chinese Pharmacology / Popular Science Text / Japanese-Chinese Translation
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