Research on English Translation of Silk Patterns under the Guidance of Functional Equivalence Theory

Authors

  • Wei Cai

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v9i3.10624

Keywords:

Chinese Silk Patterns, Functional Equivalence Theory, Translation Strategies.

Abstract

In the contemporary era, as global interactions continue to intensify, the significance of China’s cultural outreach has become increasingly paramount. Chinese silk patterns constitute an integral facet of Chinese culture, and their translation serves as a crucial conduit for intercultural exchange. The explication of silk patterns typically encompasses profound connotations, distinctive stylistic elements, and an abundance of cultural imagery. Nevertheless, the current body of research on silk pattern translation remains somewhat inadequate. While research perspectives have diversified, there are still notable deficiencies in its advancement. This study, guided by the functional equivalence theory and informed by translation practice, endeavors to consolidate the principles and translation strategies that ought to be adhered to during the process of rendering Chinese silk patterns into English. By doing so, it aims to provide valuable insights for the English translation of Chinese silk patterns, thereby contributing to the dissemination of Chinese culture on the international stage.

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Published

26 July 2023

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How to Cite

Cai, W. (2023). Research on English Translation of Silk Patterns under the Guidance of Functional Equivalence Theory. International Journal of Education and Humanities, 9(3), 204-206. https://doi.org/10.54097/ijeh.v9i3.10624

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