Transcultural Experiences with ‘Three Eyes’ (TETE, English and Chinese editions). The series has been published by Global Century Press from 2014. This series aims to act as a bridge in the areas of cross-border cultural communication and mutual understanding. The authors of this book series may be Chinese and non-Chinese living in China or abroad, Chinese and non-Chinese in a cross-cultural marriage, people of Chinese and non-Chinese mixed heritage and Chinese and non-Chinese with different backgrounds and in all kinds of professions. The triple perspectives (three eyes) consist of their own understanding of Chinese culture, of non-Chinese cultures and of their specialties and sectors as professionals and practitioners. This understanding describes and explains the collision and confluence between different cultures and notions they experience in their everyday lives and work in China and abroad. The authors also use the ‘three eyes’ perspective to look at themselves, at China and at the world. The series adopts a comparative and narrative method to interpret prevalent misconceptions and prejudices from different dimensions, such as Eastern and Western ways of thinking, value systems and behavioural patterns, implicitly helping readers to achieve all sorts of realizations from within. For more details see the General Preface by the joint Editors of the book series.
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Transcultural Experiences with ‘Three Eyes’ Book series
- Vol. 1, 2016
- Vol. 1, 2016
Editing and production
It is edited by Professor of Sociology, Kwansei Gakuin University Former President of the Japan–China Sociological Society (JCSS), Japan and Professor Xiangqun Chang, President of Global China Academy, Honorary Professor of University College London (2015-20).
English editing and proofreading: Ingrid Cranfield, Global China Academy and Global Century Press, UK
Chinese editing and proofreading: LI Zhuyue, Hangzhou Publishing House, China
Graphic design and typesetting: Mark Lee, www.hisandhers.design
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