Zheng’s Norms in Three Languages
发布日期:2021-02-18 浏览次数:

The Zheng family in Zhengzhai Town, Pujiang County, is a Chinese family that developed for over 360 years through the Song, Yuan, and Ming Dynasties, during which the number of people in the family was more than 3000 at its height. The Hongwu Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang (October 21, 1328 – June 24, 1398) named it “the Largest Family in Jiangnan.” According to the Party School of the CPC Committee of Pujiang County, Zheng’s Norms, the family management codes of “the Largest Family in Jiangnan,” was officially published and distributed in China and South Korea recently.

It took more than a year to compile the book, and the publisher was Central Party School Press of the Central Committee of the CPC. The book consists of four parts: preface, main text, translator’s note and “about the translator” section, and epilogue. The book presents its text in Chinese, Korean, and English, so that both Chinese and international readers can enjoy the reading.

The publication of the book aims to strengthen cultural communications and exchanges between China and South Korea, and further expand the popularity of “the Largest Family in Jiangnan” in South Korea and other countries. (Translated by Jin Haiqiong, edited by Kendra Fiddler)

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