Chinese Culture Communication Approaches: Intercultural Hermeneutics

Xiuhua WANG, Xiaonan CHU


Our culture has been in a serious “Aphasia” state for many years on the world stage. We cannot have our voices and to express ourselves freely because of different understanding. Intercultural hermeneutics can seek and utilize the advantages of core value in Chinese culture to spread internationally in the world and culture promotion, which will be developed with the help of intercultural hermeneutics finally, and to improve cultural innovation to form a core value.


Intercultural hermeneutics; Chinese culture; Aphasia; Communicatio; Innovation

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