Chengdu Neusoft University, Chengdu 611844, Sichuan, China
The research ideas of salt culture translation from the perspective of international communication mainly include: (1) Promoting the spread of salt culture by using corpus as a tool and translating it into foreign languages. (2) Tell the story of salt culture "focusing on the study of international communication of salt culture" (3) "salt culture as a breakthrough" crosses the cultural gap between China and foreign countries. Generally speaking, attaching importance to the translation of salt culture is of great significance to the acceptance and dissemination of salt culture. The study of salt culture translation is helpful to the international spread of salt culture.
Salt Culture, Translation, International Communication, Corpus
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