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The babies and the elderly rode piggyback on [us] and [we] weathered rugged mountains and steep cliffs on the way. [We] set out in late autumn and reached Luoyang in a hundred days. [We] were all showered with gifts and bundles of cloth. The word got around in our tribes and [we] all yearn to serve [your Highness] forever. (Houhanshu, ch. 86: 2856–7; Lung’s translation, 2008: 236–237) Sign-language interpreting in China: a survey Xiao Xiaoyan and Yu Ruiling Xiamen University Though research into sign language interpreting (SLI) has been recognized as an integral part of general translation studies, especially of interpreting studies, SLI is yet to make its way into the consciousness of translation studies researchers on the Chinese mainland.
Monographs published in TS have not included any discussion of SLI; 30 Xiao Xiaoyan and Yu Ruiling none of the major Chinese translation journals6 has featured any paper on CSL interpreting to date. g. g. Zhang 2009) include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. professional development of SLI in mainland China and in Taiwan; reviews of SLI research in the west, mainly the US; practitioners’ reports on SLI difficulties encountered; interpreting tips; discussion of professional issues such as working conditions, client understanding and cooperation, professional ethics; 6.
Html 18. For instance the Shanghai Oriental International Sign Language Education School. JID=7596 49 50 Xiao Xiaoyan and Yu Ruiling 19. aid=140&page=1&id=861 20. htm 21. p=51 22. Private communication with Dr. Patrick Boudreault (deaf) of California State University, USA. 23. htm 24. htm 25. aid=5 References Cong, Y. H. (2007). 从永红. 论聋人高等艺术教育中手语翻译的职责. 《科技信息》. On SL interpreters’ responsibility for Deaf art education in higher learning. Science & Technology Information (27), 478. Gile, D. (1994).
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