International Communication of Chinese Culture
ICCC is a cross-disciplinary journal in the areas of China Studies, Communication, and Cultural Studies. The journal is committed to publishing high-quality research on the analysis, communication, perception and representation of Chinese culture within China and in the world. ICCC invites authors to submit original research articles and provide new critical perspectives on what constitutes Chinese culture, how Chinese culture has taken shape in various forms and through different means and media, and its interactions and exchanges with other cultures in both historical and contemporary contexts. Manuscripts on other related areas are also welcomed. ICCC also features cultural critiques, reports, and book reviews. ICCC publishes in English. All articles will be single-blind peer-reviewed.
Problems and possibilities of the image of the “new man” in Chinese contemporary literature: starting with an argument between Yan Jiayan and Liu Qing over Liang Sheng-pao
Shi-yu Liu (March 2019)
Jiangkai Liu (March 2019)
On the dilemma and breakthrough of ethnic minority film culture expression with the production of Thangka and Genghis Khan as examples: discretion, inheritance and unrestrained imagination
Tian Huiqun (March 2019)
- Journal Title
- International Communication of Chinese Culture
- Volume 1 / 2014 - Volume 6 / 2019
- Print ISSN
- Online ISSN
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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