Research Report on the English Translation of Hangzhou’s Special Folk Cultures Under the Guidance of Skopos Theory

Wei PENG, Zanchu SU


With China’s increasingly strong economic strength and growing reputation, the development of culture into public diplomacy has become an inevitable choice for government diplomacy and private diplomacy. In this paper, the author This paper uses tea, silk and Hangzhou cuisine as representatives of Hangzhou’s characteristic folk culture to illustrate that cultural communication is not only a commodity trade activity, but also an export of life attitudes and aesthetic interests, and a deep-level communication and exchange in a spiritual sense.


Tea; Silk; Hangzhou cuisine; Folk culture

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