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Report english2008 2018-3-29 20:31
GreenNanning: 除了一些表达不准确,如丢弃似可译为discard或scrap,之外,总体感觉是太囿于原文的结构,导致英语的表达比较不连贯。可以考虑把意思进行整合再进行翻译,特别是 ...
谢谢您中肯的建设性意见
Report english2008 2018-3-3 12:54
人类社会发展过程中,会丢弃一些传统的文化符号,这是正常现象。但是,这种丢弃一定有某种特定原因。否则人们一定是想方设法地保存历史记忆。联合国的非物质遗产申遗,大约就是鼓励这种行为。而地名的历史文化深度和广度,甚至要超过许多被保护的物质文化遗产。究其原因,在一段时期内,与历史和文化虚无主义有关。民国初年,北洋政府甚至禁止中医公开营业,许多中国传统的节日也被取消,包括正旦(俗称过年),代之以阳历新年。后来大约群众的习惯力量太强大,才改成了春节。现在我们都把过年叫春节。许多地名的更改,改得越没有历史味道,就显得越进步、越新潮,就跟这种思潮有关。
我尝试翻译为:
In the development of human society, some traditional cultural symbols will be lost, which is normal and must be have some specific reasons. Otherwise, people must try their best to preserve historical memory. The application of the UN intangible heritage is about to encourage such behavior. The l depth and breadth of history and culture from place names are even more than many protected tangible cultural heritage. For a certain period of time, the reason is related to the historical and cultural nihilism. In the early years of the Republic of China, the Peiyang Government even banned Chinese medicine clinics to open for business, and many Chinese traditional festivals were cancelled, including Zhengdan(commonly known as the first day of the Chinese lunar year), which was replaced by the New Year of the Gregorian calendar. Later, for the customary power of the masses was too strong, and it was changed to Spring Festival. Now we all call Chinese New Year as Spring Festival. Many place names are changing to less historical tastes, and they would be thought to be more progressive and the more fashionable, which are related to the historical and cultural nihilism.
请在百忙之中提点修改意见,谢谢了,亲
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