Righteousness in Chinese and Western Culture: RUSH HOUR and ROMANCE OF THREE KINGDOMS

Min LEI

Abstract


With increasing cultural globalization, RUSH HOUR and ROMANCE OF THREE KINGDOMS, two typical movies, have enjoyed a great popularity in public both at home and abroad, profoundly reflecting the spirit of righteousness equipped by Chinese and western people. The article aims at spreading Chinese spirit of righteousness, advocating the common values of the world righteousness and pursuing the world harmonious culture (one world, one dream) by the mean of comparison in which righteousness has been fully interpreted based on above films. 
Key words: Righteousness; Chinese culture; Western culture; Clash and assimilation

Keywords


Righteousness; Chinese culture; Western culture; Clash and assimilation



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ccc.1923670020110704.301

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