“Tilian zi canghai de xinglu wenhua: Zhang Yueran xiaoshuo ‘Shiniao’ de wenxue zaixian” 提炼自沧海的行旅文化:张悦然小说《誓鸟》的文学再现  (Traveling Culture Distilled from Oceans: Literary Representation in Zhang Yueran’s Novel Shiniao), presented at the 2011 International Conference on “Chinese Production of Knowledge and Asian Social Transformation,” in Zhanghua, organized by the Department of National Literature and Institute of Taiwan Literature, Zhanghua Normal University, 28-29 October 2011.

Xila hé wo zài 5 yuè 29 rì de zhoumò kai wang weisikangxing zhou beibù de xiao mùwu. Wo shuì zài shafa shàng, ta tang zài chuáng diàn shàng. Xila shuo, ta xiang hé xiao pèi sen yiqi dùguò zhège shíguang. Ta yào wo gei ta yibàn de cáichan - nán èrshí yingmu de tudì - suoyi rúguo wo sile, ta huì you yixie dongxi huíluò. Ta de liang gè háizi de fùqin méiyou gei ta shénme, ta sile. Ta yu értóng zài cáizhèng shàng xiànyú kùnjìng. Suoyi wo tóngyìle wo xiang ràng lián hé xi lì yà you dongxi, wo xiwàng pèi sen hé xila you yixie dongxi. Wo yi yi meiyuán de jiàgé qian xiàle yi fèn shuo Sheila de wénjiàn.


“Transforming an Old Qiaoxiang: Impacts of the Diaspora on Panyu, 1978-2000,”  presented at the Second International Conference for Institute & Libraries for Overseas Chinese Studies on “Transnational Networks: Challenges in Research and Documentation of the Chinese Overseas,” in Hong Kong, organized by the University Library System, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Ohio University Libraries, 13-15 March 2003.
Lā Qiáolā (La Jolla), Jiālìfúníyàzhōu -- Wénlín Hànyǔ Xuéxí Ruǎnjiàn hé CDL zìtǐ jìshù de kāifāzhě -- Wénlín Yánjiūsuǒ, yóu yī jiā pǔtōng qǐyè (gōngsī) zhuǎnxíng chéngwéi “shèhuì mùdì gōngsī” (SPC gōngsī). Tāngmǔ Bìxiǎopǔ (Tom Bishop) zhǔxí jiěshì le zhè yī juédìng: “Wǒmen de jiàoyù shǐmìng, cǐkè, zài fǎlǜ shang, chéngwéi le wǒmen cúnzài de gēnběn yìyì. Zhè yī xīn dìngwèi wèi ràng gèngduō de rén cānyù dào wǒmen de zǔzhī zhōng pūpíng le dàolù, tóngshí jiāng wǒmen de fāzhǎn tíshēng dào xīn de shuǐpíng. Xiànzài wǒmen yǒuquán yě bìxū zài wǒmen gōngsī de zhāngchéng zhōng guīdìng: jiàoyù jí qítā shèhuì mùdì shì wǒmen de zuìgāo zōngzhǐ.” Chúle yào kuòchōng yī zhī yōuxiù tuánduì, bāokuò cídiǎn biānzuǎn, yǔyánxué, biānchéng hé jiàoyù de dǐngjiān zhuānjiā, Wénlín Yánjiūsuǒ Gōngsī SPC dǎsuàn bǎ cídiǎn hé qítā xuéxí cáiliào fābù dào wǎngshàng, ràng quánqiú fúhé zīgé de gòngxiànzhě kěyǐ xiézuò gǎishàn bìng xiūzhèng Zhòng-Yāng zīyuánkù. Gōngsī de xīn dìngwèi biǎomíng línjìn fābù de Wénlín Hànyǔ Xuéxí Ruǎnjiàn 4.2 bǎn jiāng yǔ zhòngdà shēngjí hòu de gōngsī wǎngzhàn tóngbù lóngzhòng tuīchū.
* This article is part of a book project examining the impact of media commercialization on news content and public opinion in China, tentatively titled Propaganda for Sale. For fruitful research collaboration I would like to thank Iain Johnston, Shen Mingming and the members of the Research Center for Contemporary China. I am also grateful for financial support provided by the Harvard-Yenching Institute and the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Michigan. Many thanks as well to the participants of the Chinese politics workshop at the University of Wisconsin, Madison for helpful comments and to Wang Mingde for research assistance.
Yu xilà rén bùtóng, babilún hé aijí xuézhe bìng méiyou shàngsheng dào guangyì zhishì de shuipíng. Xiangfan, tamen jìlùle jìnxíng jìshù gongzuò de zhúbù chéngxù, wúlùn shì shùxué, yixué háishì jixiè gongchéng. Tamen bianzhìle cíhuì, yàocái, gongkai jìng bài huò zhanbu de wénben hé tianwén guanchá dì lièbiao. Zhèxie xuézhe shì jiang shumiàn zhishì yìngyòng yú shíjì mùdì de jìshù rényuán. Lilùn lùnzhèng hé zhèngjù hái bùdé ér zhi.
Although the effects of media convergence from a journalist perspective are waiting to be further examined, a comprehensive view of the influence of new media on news production has been achieved by Chinese scholars. Existing studies indicate that journalists’ attitude towards new media is complicated. On one hand, the use of the Internet and we-media, such as QQ, Weibo and Wechat, has been considered to boost the work efficiency of journalists, enhance the interaction between journalists and readers and increase the transparency of news production (Wu and Zhang, 2015). On the other hand, an increasing number of journalists are also inclined to attribute the loss of ‘journalistic ideal’ to multifarious pressures provoked by new media (Ding and Wei, 2014). Given the development of mobile Internet and prevalence of we-media since the beginning of the 21st century, information and opinions from netizens have gradually become a vital source of news for traditional media and the public (Wu and Zhang, 2015; Zhou, 2014), and the objectivity of news and journalists’ authoritativeness have been impaired (Bai, 2013).
iMNs from 3 of 6 sporadic lines also had significantly fewer LAMP2+ vesicles than control iMNs, and 3K3A-APC treatment rescued the number of lysosomes in these lines (Figure 2F and Supplemental Figure 2, M and Q). Thus, iMNs from some, but not all sporadic ALS lines display low lysosome numbers. However, for those that do show low lysosome numbers, 3K3A-APC can rescue this phenotype.
“Zuqunxing de lunshu: jin ershinian de Mahua wenxue yanjiu” 族群性的论述:近二十年的马华文学研究  (Discourse on Ethnicity: Studies of Mahua Literature in the Past Two Decades” in Wong Sin Keong 黄贤强 (ed.), Zuqun, lishi yu wenhua: kuayu yanjiu Dongnanya he Dongya 族群、历史与文化:跨域研究东南亚和东亚  (Qingzhu Wang Gengwu jiaoshou ba zhi jin yi huadan zhuanji 庆祝王赓武教授八秩晋一华诞专集 In Honour of Wang Gungwu on His 81st Birthday), Vol. 2.  Singapore: Department of Chinese Studies, National University of Singapore and Global Publishing, 2011, pp. 609-626.
“Study Mamas and Their Segmented Assimilation in Singapore,” presented at the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas, “Migration, Indigenization, and Exchange: Chinese Overseas from Global Perspective,” in Singapore, organized by Chinese Heritage Centre & School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, 7-9 May 2010.

Analysis was performed with the statistical software package Prism Origin (GraphPad Software). Statistical analysis of iMN survival experiments was performed using a 2-sided log-rank test to account for events that did not occur (i.e., iMNs that did not degenerate before the end of the experiment). For each line, the survival data from 90 iMNs were selected randomly using Microsoft Excel, and these data were used to generate the survival curve. If all iMNs degenerated in a given experiment, statistical significance was calculated using a 2-tailed Student’s t test.
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