The Cultural Conflicts and Integration Between East and West From the Movie The Treatment

Chunyan SUN


This article which is on the basis of the movie The Treatment, mainly demonstrates the cultural difference between China and the west, describes its difference in various aspects as well as the causes of it. And ultimately it also figures out the ways to solve the cultural conflicts on the base of that.



The treatment; Cultural differences between east and west; Cultural Conflicts and Integration; Integration

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