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  Emperor Kim Su-lo’s Mausoleum and Its History in Poems
  Zhang Zhejun
  (Beijing Normal University School of Chinese Language and Literature; Beijing; 100875)
  Abstract: According to Unofficial Histories of Three Kingdoms, Emperor Kim Su-lo is the founder of Gaya, a kingdom located in southern Korean Peninsula. Although people held memorial ceremonies at his mausoleum since AD 1st century, the records of poems reveal that his grave remained desolate from 13th century to late 15th century. His descendants began to hold his memorial ceremonies at a new location, thus making it the official grave of Kim Su-lo. However, the real owner of this new mausoleum remains a secrecy.
  Key words:Emperor Kim Su-lo; mausoleum; desolate mausoleum; poem
  The Development of Qing Dynasty’s Vocabulary in Modern Chinese Based
  on the Study of Chinese Textbook in Chosen Period
  Hua Shujun, Xu Zhengkao
  (Jilin University College of the Humanities; Changchun; 130012)
  Abstract: Chinese textbook in Chosen Period plays an important role in analyzing the development of Chinese vocabulary. Based on different versions of Chinese textbook Nogeoldae (Chinese Experts) in Qing Dynasty, this thesis analyses the blanking of Mid-Qing Dynasty vocabularies in modern Chinese, the development of homology inverse words and homophones, and the transformation of words’ rational and colorful meanings in the perspective of Chinese vocabularies’ deletion, morphology and acceptation. Such study aims at finding the developing procedure of Mid-Qing Dynasty words in modern Chinese and elaborating the reasons for such changes.
  Key words:Chosen Period; Chinese textbook; blanking; morphology; acceptation
  Korean Chonse-Right System’s Enlightenment to Chinese
  Pawning Right Reformation
  Chen Yaodong, Wu Di, Gong Lin
  (Nankai University School of Law; Tianjin; 300350)
  Abstract: Chonse-Right System is an unique Korean property right, which is similar to Chinese pawning right in the aspects of legal nature and financing. In formulating the civil code, China upgraded the status of pawning right from customary law to statutory law and brought it into the forthcoming civil code. Referencing Korean Chonse-Right System, Chinese pawning right needs reformation in three perspectives: pawner should submit important certificates in acquiring pawning right, lien holder has the right to change pawning price, and legislature should set up the redeem policy.   Key words:pawning right; Chonse-Right System; pawning right reformation; redeem
  The Study of Qing Dynasty’s Envoys’ and Their Entourages’
  Trade Mode in Chosen Period
  Fei Chi, Peng Ruixuan
  (Northeast Normal University School of History and Culture; Changchun; 130012)
  Abstract: Aside from normal tribute trade, the trade mode between China in QingDynasty and Chosen under the East-Asian tribute system indudes, includes one pattern which features a large amount of envoys and their entourages. The uniqueness of this trade pattern is threefold. First, Chinese envoys and their entourage can acquire plenty of benefits. Second, they forcibly lower the price, which dameges the interest of both Chosen officials and businessmen. Third, the scale of such trade is huge in both its veriaty and quantity. Due to the previous features, the trade forced by envoys and their entourages in Chosen is unfair. The existence of such trade pattern intensifies Chosen material shortage and the financial burden of citizens; meanwhile, it also exacerbates the Sino-Chosen conflict, influencing the reformation of East-Asian political system in early Qing Dynasty.
  Key words:Early Qing Dynasty; envoy; Sino-Chosen trade
  On Chinese Scholars’ Research of Korean Chinese
  Literature and Their Cognition Modes
  Xu Dongri
  (Yanbian University Co-Innovation Center for Korean Peninsula Studies; Yanji; 133002)
  Abstract: The study of Korean Chinese Literature in China can be briefly divided into three phases: 1980s, 1990s, and 21st century to present. Its basic cognition is threefold: integral view believes that it is a bilateral development, general view regards it as a dynamic situation of variation and communication, and biased view treats it as a one-way marginalized dissemination. Such perspectives derive from the limitation of language and culture, the study purpose, and Chinese a priori cognition of Korea. Both advancement of cultural vision and conceptual reformation for homogeneity of Chinese culture and Korean Chinese culture are essential to correct such misunderstandings. Only through interdisciplinary perspective and overarching understanding of Korean culture can Chinese scholars have an integral comprehension of Korean Chinese culture.
  Key words:Chinese scholars; Korean Chinese culture, research status; cognitive biases and its resolution

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