China through British Eyes

——Launch of new books and donation of books

Time: 10:00-11:00, Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Venue: 5F110 China International Publishing Group (CIPG), Olympia London W14 8UX

Host: China International Publishing Group (CIPG)

Patrons:Cultural Section of the Chinese Embassy in the UK; London Office of Ministry of Culture and Tourism of P. R. China

Organizers: New World Press Ltd., Global China Institute and Global China Press Ltd.

Sponsors:China POCY Group, Beautiful China

Programme

Part I Launch of new books and donation of books 10:00-11:00

Chair: Mr HUANG Wei, Director of Chief Editor’s Office, CIPG
10:00-10:05 Chair to open the event and introduce honorary guests
10:05-10:15 Greetings (5 minutes each)

  • Mr MA Hui, Minister of the Chinese Embassy in the UK
  • Mr LIU Dawei, Vice-President of CIPG

10:15-10:25 Speeches by representatives of the publishers (5 minutes each)

  • Mr TONG Meng, Director of Copyright Office, New World Press
  • Professor Xiangqun Chang, President of Global China Institute and Editor-in-chief of Global China Press

10:25-10:40 China through the lens of the authors (5 minutes each)

  • Walk Your Dream and Walk for Peace, by Lord Bates
  • China’s Role in a Shared Human Future, by Professor Martin Albrow
  • PINGJU: Real Life Opera and a ‘Rural Chinese Shakespeare’, by Dr Frances Wood (author of Foreword to the book)

10:40-10:45 Launch of new books
1. Walk Your Dream and Walk for Peace

  • Walk Your Dream (English and Chinese dual language edition)
  • Walk for Peace: Transcultural Experiences in China (English enlarged edition)

Launched by: Mr LIU Dawei, Mr YU Peng, Lord Bates, Lady Bates

2. Pingju

  • Pingju: Real Life Opera of Northern China (Original Edition)
  • Pingju: Real Life Opera and a ‘Rural Chinese Shakespeare’ (Updated Edition) 

Launched by: Mr LIU Dawei, Mr YU Peng, Dr Frances Wood, Mrs Ingrid Cranfield 

10:45-10:50 Donation of books
1) Donation of books to Cambridge University and the University of Westminster:

  • Walk Your Dream (English and Chinese dual language edition)
  • Walk for Peace:Transcultural Experiences in China (Enlarged edition)

Presenters: Lord Bates and Lady Bates

  • Pingju: Real Life Opera of Northern China (Original Edition)
  • Pingju: Real Life Opera and a ‘Rural Chinese Shakespeare’ (Updated Edition)

Presenters: Dr Frances Wood

Recipients:
Mr Charles Aylmer, Head of Chinese Department, Cambridge University Library
Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of China Media Centre, University of Westminster

2) To present 4 unveiled books to Lord and Lady Wilson
Presenters: Presenter: Mr LIU Dawei, Vice-president of CIPG
Recipients: Lord Wilson and Lady Wilson

3) Donation of a book list to the Chinese Embassy in the UK

China-themed books by Britons and UK-themed books by Chinese published during the 70-year history of the CIPG, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of P. R. China and the 65th anniversary of the establishment of China-UK diplomatic relations at the level of Chargé d'affaires

Presenter: Mr LIU Dawei, Vice-President of CIPG
Recipient: Mr YU Peng, Minister Counsellor of the Culture Office, Chinese Embassy

10:50-11:00 Group photo

Minister MA Hui, Mr LIU Dawei, Lord Wilson, Lady Wilson, Mr YU Peng, Professor Martin Albrow, Lord Bates, Lady Bates, Dr Frances Wood, Mr Charles Aylmer, Professor Hugo de Burgh, Professor Xiangqun Chang, Mrs Ingrid Cranfield, Dr MA Rujun, Mr HUANG Wei, Ms XUE Ling, Ms MA Lei, Mr TONG Meng

11:00-12:00 Roundtable Discussion on China and International Communications and Agreement-signing Ceremony Between New World Press and Global China Press

Invited guests and participants (in alphabetical order):

  • Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary President of Global China Institute
  • Mr Charles Aylmer, Head of Chinese Department, Cambridge University Library
  • The Rt Hon Lord Bates, author
  • Lady Xuelin Li Bates, Chairman of Walk for Peace Foundation UK; Senior Vice Chairman & Secretary General of UK Chinese Business Association
  • Professor Xiangqun Chang, President of Global China Institute; Honorary Professor of University College London
  • Ms CHEN Yuqin, China International Publishing Group (CIPG) 
  • Mrs Ingrid Cranfield, Vice-President of Global China Institute; President of Global China Press
  • Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of China Media Centre, University of Westminster
  • Ms Jieyuan Gao, MA student, University of Westminster
  • Ms Shenghan Gao, MA student, University of Westminster
  • Ms Zongyu Han, MA student, King's College London
  • Dr Chiho Ivan Hon, Translator, Global China Institute
  • Professor JIN Wei, Visiting Fellow of King’s College London; Professor of Wuhan University
  • Mr Mark Lee, Graphic designer, Global China Press 
  • Mr LIU Dawei, Vice-President of China International Publishing Group (CIPG)
  • Mr LIU Kai, Representative of China POCY Group
  • Ms MA Lei, First Secretary, Culture Office, Chinese Embassy in the UK
  • Dr MA Ruijun, President of New Star Press
  • Dr WANG Jiangli, Director of London Office, Zhejiang University
  • Professor WANG Xin, Visiting Fellow of University of Westminster; Professor of Laining University
  • Lord David Wilson, Diplomat, Scottish administrator, and Sinologist. He served as the Governor of Hong Kong; Editor of The China Quarterly 
  • Lady Natasha Wilson, was Director of School-Home Support Service (UK); Ex Head Mistress 
  • Dr Frances Wood, Former head of the Chinese department at the British Library
  • Dr Belinda M Wu, Deputy General Secretary and Research Fellow of Global China Institute
  • Mr XIA Zhansheng,China International Publishing Group (CIPG)
  • Mr XIE Xiaocheng, General Manager, Cypress Books Ltd, UK
  • Ms Xu Yan, Representative of London Office, Shanghai Jiaotong University
  • Ms XUE Ling, Representative of London Office, Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the People's Republic of China
  • Mr YU Peng, Minister Counsellor of the Culture Office, Chinese Embassy in the UK
  • ? Beautiful China

Invited media:

  • Mr GU Zhenqiu, President of Xinhua News Agency
  • Mr ZHANG Ping, President of London Branch, China News Service
  • Ms XU Liqun, Head of London Branch, People’s Daily
  • Mr YU Yilei, President of European Branch, China Daily
  • Mr Cao Jie, Phoenix TV, chief correspondent of the European station in the UK
  • TANG Ye, Journalist, CCTV of China Media Group
  • Mr LIANG Tao, Head of UK Station, China Radio International (CRI), China Media Group
  • Mr WANG Yisan, UK Manager of People's Daily Online
  • Mr Xuemei Zhao, Director of Centre for Sino-China Culture and Arts Exchange; Founder of Letters from London
  • Mr Ning Li, CEO of Golden Age News Group
  • Ms Ai Qi, Journalist of Golden Age News Group
  • Some journalists from the Global Times, NetEase London, China News Weekly, European Times

Product details

1) Walk Your Dream 

Author: The Rt. Hon. Lord Michael Bates
Pages: 315 
Language: English and Chinese
Publisher: New World Press (March 2019)
Product Dimensions: 170x230mm
ISBN 978-7-5104-6732-5

2) Walk for Peace:Transcultural Experiences in China (enlarged edition)

Author: The Rt. Hon. Lord Michael Bates
Book Series: Transcultural experiences with 'three eyes' No. 2
Pages: 388
Language: English
Publisher: Global China Press and New World Press (March 2019)
Product Dimensions: 170 x 244 mm
ISBN 978-1-910334-38-6 (paperback)
ISBN 978-1-910334-40-9 (hardcover)
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/TETE.en.pb.2019a
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/TETE.en.hb.2019a


About the book

In 2015, the author, the Rt Hon. Lord Michael Bates walked 1,059 miles from Beijing to Hangzhou, raising over £90,000 for the China Red Cross. The book consists of 71 diary entries and dozens of photos taken of and by the author on the walk. It also includes five Appendices, which provide information related to the ‘Walk for Peace’ series. In 2018, the author walked 160.7 miles from Beijing to Tangshan Caofeidian, raising over £365,550 to set up a Sino-British vocational education scholarship, helping 100 students from poor areas, and the Princes Foundation in the UK. This new edition combines the previous book as Part I and the new diary entries and reflections as Part II.

Extracts from Walk for Peace

‘My chosen mode of getting around on my three-month visit to China was an unusual one – walking. I was undertaking a charity walk from Beijing to Hangzhou, roughly following the Grand Canal connecting the two cities and extending some 1,000 miles …. When you walk, you need to engage with the communities you walk through in a real way – seeking food, water, shelter and advice on directions.’ - from 2015 walk

’In each country I walk through, 25 so far (Editor's note: 18 in 2015), what strikes me most are not our differences, which are trivial, entirely cultural and massively over-stated, but our similarities, which are vast, awe-inspiring and largely unexplored.’ - from 2015 walk

'In addition to the East learning from the West, I hope the West can learn from the East. I believe our human civilisation has become out of balance. To address the imbalance requires cultures to be true to themselves while being open to others. I think Tongzhou hits the mark in this quest.' - from 2018 walk

“There are many similarities between Professor Fei Xiaotong and Lord Bates. As a pioneering Chinese sociologist and anthropologist, Fei was Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress and Vice-President of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, and Bates was vice-Chairman of the UK House of Lords, and is State Minister of International Development in the UK government. At the launch of Bates’s Walk for Peace at the 2017 London Book Fair, Global China Press and New World Press signed an agreement to jointly publish three social scientific popular books by Fei. Bates’s Walk for Peace has similar features to Fei’s books. Fei’s work had a great influence on China’s social economic development, and Bates’s book provides some useful thoughts and information for understanding China from a comparative perspective. Beside, Fei Xiaotong lived a lifelong commitment to the idea of 'being for the benefit of the people'. Bates has carried out charitable walks in more than 20 countries.” – from the Postscript, by Prof Xiangqun Chang, President of Global China Institute

About the author, translator and editor

The Rt. Hon. Lord Michael Bates, author, Member of House of Lords, Minister of State for International Development, former Deputy Chairman and Deputy Speaker of House of Lords; former Minister of State for Home Office, UK. Lady Xuelin Li Bates, translator and editor, Chairman of Walk for Peace Foundation, UK; Honorary President of the Confederation of Chinese Association UK; President of Zhejiang UK Association; Vice President of Zhejiang Overseas Exchange Association. Since 2011, with the help of Lady Bates, Lord Bates has carried out the following charitable walks:

  • Walked 160.7 miles from Beijing to Tangshan Caofeidian for Walk Your Dream, raising over £365,550 for setting up a Sino-British vocational education scholarship, helping 100 students from poor areas, and the Princes Foundation in the UK (2018)
  • Walked 636 miles from London to Edinburgh for UK solidarity walk, raising over £50,000 for the British Red Cross (2017)
  • Walked 1,865 miles from Buenos Aires to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympic Truce, raising over £250,000 for UNICEF (2016)
  • Walked 1,059 miles from Beijing to Hangzhou, raising over £90,000 for the Red Cross (2015)
  • Walked 1,041 miles from London to Berlin, raising over £40,000 for Friedensdorf International (2014)
  • Walked 518 miles from London to Derry, raising over £50,000 for Save the Children (2013)
  • Walked 2,916 miles from Olympia to London to raise awareness of the 2012 Olympic Truce (2012)

3) Pingju: Real Life Opera of Northern China (Original edition)

Author: John Chinnery 
Language:
English
Product Dimensions:
240 x 168 mm
Page:
315
Publication Date:
08/2016
ISBN:
9787510457166, 7510457165
Publisher:
New World Press

4) Pingju: Real Life Opera and a ‘Rural Chinese Shakespeare’ (Updated edition)

Author: John Chinnery
Book Series: Transcultural experiences with 'three eyes' No. 3
Pages:214 
Language: English
Publisher: Global China Press and New World Press (March 2019)
Product Dimensions: 170 x 244 mm
ISBN 978-1-910334-70-6 (paperback)
ISBN 78-1-910334-71-3 (hardcover)
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/TETE.en.pb.2019
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/TETE.en.hb.2019

About the book

“This is a very important book. It introduces a significant dramatic form which is completely unknown in the West, though most tourists who visit China will be familiar with Peking Opera. Pingju is so much more. It is a local form, it is a significant form, born out of the period of crisis and reform just a hundred years ago. With his familiarity with traditional Chinese culture and traditional Chinese literature, John Chinnery explains its development with a broad understanding of the cultural and historical background, and with great clarity. His sympathy for the extraordinary hardships experienced by the Pingju troupes and his empathy with the actors inform his profound scholarship.”  – from Foreword to this book, by Dr Frances Wood, former Head of Chinese Collections at the British Library 

This updated edition differs from the original in three ways. First, the title has been changed to Pingju: Real Life Opera and a ‘Rural Chinese Shakespeare’ in order to highlight the story of the writer of Pingju opera. Second, the book has been revised to accord with our house style. Third, almost all of the Chinese references have been translated into English, and their publishers and publication dates added. Without this it would be almost impossible to identify these Chinese sources.      

About the Author

John Chinnery (1924-2010) was a British sinologist, who worked at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) from 1943 to 1964, before moving to Edinburgh University, where he served as Head of the Department of Chinese for nearly 25 years (1965-1989). He was one of the first Britons to befriend communist China after the Second World War, and, together with Joseph Needham and Han Suyin, he founded the Scotland–China Association in 1966. He married his second wife, Chen Xiaoying, in 1970 and lived in China in later life. His publications include, in addition to this book on Pingju (first published as Pingju: Real Life Opera of Northern China, 2016), The Life and Works of Lu Xun (2014), The Civilization of Ancient China (2012), Treasures of China: the glories of the Kingdom of the Dragon (new edition 2011, 2008), The Sacred East: Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, Shinto (co-author, 2003), The Memoirs of Xin Fengxia (translation, 2001), Land of the Dragon: Chinese myth (co-author, 1999), Corresponding English and Chinese Proverbs and Phrases: with explanations and examples (co-author, 1984), Mao Tsé-Tung Unrehearsed: talks and letters, 1956–1971 (co-author, 1974) and What is Happening in Vietnam? (1956).

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英国人眼里的中国
——新书发布和赠书仪式

时间: 2019年3月12日 10:00-11:00
地点: 伦敦书展外文局展台5F 110(奥林匹亚会展中心)
主办: 中国外文局
协办: 中国驻伦敦使馆文化处;中国文旅部驻伦敦办事处
承办: 新世界出版社;全球中国研究院和全球中国出版社
赞助:中国保信集团有限公司、美丽中国 

活动流程

主持:黄卫先生 中国外文局总编室主任
10:00-10:05 主持人宣布活动开始介绍嘉宾
10:05-10:15 领导致辞(每人5分钟)

  • 中国外文局刘大为副局长
  • 中国驻英大使馆马辉公参

10:15-10:25 出版社代表发言(每人5分钟)

  • 新世界出版社版权部主任佟萌先生
  • 全球中国研究院院长、全球中国出版社总编常向群教授

10:25-10:40 作者眼里的新中国(每人5分钟)

  • 麦克·贝茨勋爵谈《徒步中国II》与《为和平徒步——中国之旅的转文化体验》(增补版)
  • 马丁·阿尔布劳教授谈《中国在人类命运共同体的角色》
  • 吴芳思博士(该书序作者)谈《中国乡村的“莎士比亚”——汉学家眼中的中国评剧》

10:40-10:45 新书揭幕仪式
1) 《徒步中国II》及《为和平徒步》(增补版)

  • 《徒步中国II——为梦想行走》(英汉双语版)
  • 《为和平徒步——中国之旅的转文化体验》(英文增补版)

揭幕人:刘大为局长、于芃公参、贝茨勋爵、李雪琳•贝茨勋爵夫人

2) 《中国乡村的“莎士比亚”——汉学家眼中的中国评剧》
揭幕人:刘大为局长、于芃公参、吴芳思博士、英格利•克兰菲尔德女士

10:45-10:50赠书仪式
1) 作者向剑桥大学和威斯敏斯特大学赠送

  • 《徒步中国II——为梦想行走》(英汉双语版)
  • 《为和平徒步——中国之旅的转文化体验》(英文修订版)

赠送人:贝茨勋爵、李雪琳•贝茨勋爵夫人

  • 《中国乡村的“莎士比亚”——汉学家眼中的中国评剧》(原版)
  • 《中国乡村的“莎士比亚”——汉学家眼中的中国评剧》(修订版)

赠送人:吴芳思博士
受赠人:艾超世先生 剑桥大学图书馆中文部主任; 戴雨果教授 威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心主任

2)中国外文局向卫奕信勋爵夫妇赠送揭幕的四种图书

赠送人:中国外文局副局长刘大为
受赠人:卫奕信勋爵、卫奕信勋爵夫人

3)中国外文局向中国驻英使馆赠送书单
庆祝新中国成立70周年及中英建立代办级外交关系65周年——“中国外文局中英互看主题图书”
赠送人:外文局副局长刘大为
受赠人:中国驻英使馆文化处于芃公参

10:50 -11:00 全体嘉宾合影留念

马辉公参、刘大为局长、卫奕信勋爵夫妇、于芃公参、马丁·阿尔布劳教授、贝茨勋爵、李雪琳·贝茨勋爵夫人、吴芳思博士、艾超世先生、戴雨果教授、常向群教授、英格丽·克兰菲尔德女士、马汝军博士、黄卫先生、薛伶女士、马蕾女士、佟萌先生、吴明清博士、刘凯先生

11:00-11:50 圆桌讨论:多视角看中国与国际传播圆桌会议暨新世界出版社与全球中国出版社合作出版签约仪式

拟邀请嘉宾(以姓氏拼音为序)

  • 马丁·阿尔布劳教授,英国社科院院士、全球中国研究院荣誉院长
  • 艾超世先生,剑桥大学图书馆中文部主任
  • 麦克•贝茨勋爵,作者;英国上议院议员、英国政府国际发展部国务大臣
  • 李雪琳•贝茨勋爵夫人,英国为和平徒步基金会主席、中华总商会副主席兼秘书长
  • 常向群教授,全球中国研究院院长、全球中国出版社总编;伦敦大学学院荣誉教授
  • 陈玉琴女士,中国国际出版集团
  • 英格丽·克兰菲尔德女士,全球中国研究院副院长、全球中国出版社社长
  • 戴雨果教授,威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心主任
  • 高洁媛女士,威斯敏斯特大学传媒硕士生
  • 高胜寒女士,威斯敏斯特大学传媒硕士生
  • 韩宗玉女士,伦敦国王学院传媒硕士生
  • 韩志豪博士,全球中国研究院翻译
  • 金伟教授,伦敦国王学院访问学者;武汉大学教授
  • 刘大为先生,中国外文局副局长
  • 刘凯先生,中国保信集团代表
  • 马克·李先生,全球中国出版社美编
  • 马蕾女士,中国驻英大使馆文化处一秘
  • 马汝军博士,新星出版社社长
  • 王江丽博士,浙江大学驻英国办公室主任
  • 王鑫教授,威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心访问学者、中国辽宁大学教授
  • 卫奕信勋爵,英國外交官,爱丁堡皇家学会会长,曾任香港总督、《中国季刊》主编
  • 卫奕信勋爵夫人(黎丹霞),曾任英国学校-家庭支持服务机构董事;中小学校长
  • 吴芳思博士,英国大英图书馆前中文图书部主任
  • 吴明清博士,全球中国研究院副秘书长、研究员
  • 夏战生先生,中国国际出版集团
  • 谢晓宬先生,中国国际出版集团英国常青公司经理
  • 徐燕女士,上海交通大学伦敦联络办
  • 薛伶女士,中国文旅部驻英办事处主任(英国、爱尔兰、挪威、芬兰、冰岛)
  • 于芃先生,中国驻英大使馆文化公参
  • ?美丽中国代表

拟出席媒体

  • 顾震球先生,新华社驻伦敦分社社长
  • 张平先生,中新社伦敦分社社长
  • 许立群女士,《人民日报》伦敦负责人
  • 于熠镭先生,《中国日报》欧洲分社社长
  • 曹劼先生,凤凰卫视欧洲台驻英国首席记者
  • 汤 晔 中央广播电视总台(央视)记者
  • 梁 弢 中央广播电视总台(CRI)英国站长
  • 王一三 人民网英国总经理
  • 赵雪湄女士,中英文化艺术交流中心主任;英伦飞鸿主持人
  • 李宁先生,黄金时代传媒集团总监
  • 戚瑷女士,黄金时代传媒集团记者
  • 以及环球时报、网易伦敦、华闻周刊、欧洲时报记者

产品介绍

1) 《徒步中国II:为梦想行走》 

作者:贝茨勋爵
页数: 315
语言: 英汉对照
出版社: 新世界出版社 (2019年3月)
产品尺寸: 170x230mm
ISBN 978-7-5104-6732-5

2) 《为和平徒步——中国之旅的转文化体验》 (修订版)

作者:贝茨勋爵
系列: ‘三只眼’转文化丛书 No. 2
平装: 388 页
语言: 英语
出版社: 全球中国出版社和新世界出版社 (2019年3月)
产品尺寸: 170 x 244 mm
ISBN 978-1-910334-38-6
ISBN 978-1-910334-40-9
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/TETE.en.pb.2019a
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/TETE.en.hb.2019a


关于此书

麦克·贝茨勋爵于2015年从北京徒步到杭州的“为和平徒步”,为中国红十字会募集了九万英镑。本书的第一部分包括作者在中国“为和平徒步”的71篇日记和几十张照片。第二部分包括作者2018年从北京到唐山曹妃甸的“为梦想徒步”,筹集了36万多英镑善款设立中英职教奖学金,帮助100 名贫困地区学生,并捐助给查尔斯王子基金会。此书还包括5个附录,提供了“为和平徒步”系列活动的相关信息。

本书是全球中国出版社的“三只眼”转文化系列丛书的第二卷。该丛书由陈立行和常向群共同主编。陈立行是日本关 西学院大学社会学学院教授。曾任联合国地域开发中心 (UNCRD) 研究员,日中社会学会会长。常向群是全球中国研究院院长,伦敦大学学院 (UCL) 的荣誉教授。

本书摘要

“我选择对中国进行为期三个月访问的方式是一次不寻常的徒步。从北京到杭州的慈善徒步,大致沿着连接这两个城市的大运河所延伸大约1000英里的路途...... 徒步的过程是实实在在的与所途径的社区互动的过程——寻找食物、水、住所和方向等建议。” —— 摘自2015年徒步

“截止2018年,我徒步已走过了 25 个国家(编者注:之前是23个国家),最震撼我的并不是国与国之间细微的不同,那都只是些文化上的差异,并且常常被过分夸大;真正让我震撼的是国与国之间巨大的共性,那种共性令人敬畏、鼓舞人心,并仍然有待我们去探索。”——摘自2015年徒步

“除了东方学习西方之外,我希望西方可以向东方学习。 我相信我们人类文明已失去了平衡。为了纠正这些不平衡,需要双方文化真诚清醒地面对自己,同时又向对方开放。我认为通州正好契合这点。“——摘自2018年徒步

“费孝通教授和贝茨勋爵之间有许多相似之处。 作为中国社会学家和人类学家的先驱,费孝通先生曾任全国人大常委会副委员长,中国人民政治协商会议副主席;贝茨勋爵曾任英国上议院副主席,英国政府国际发展部国务大臣。在2017年伦敦书展上发布贝茨勋爵的《为和平徒步——中国之旅的转文化体验》发布会上,全球中国出版社与新世界出版社签署了一项出版协议,共同出版由费孝通先生撰写的三本社会科学通俗读物。贝茨的《为和平徒步》与费孝通的这几本书具有相似的特征。费孝通的作品对中国的社会经济的发展产生了很大的影响,贝茨的此书提供了用比较视野来理解中国的一些有用的思想和信息。此外,费孝通终身践行着致力于‘志在富民’的理念,贝茨为慈善事业矢志不渝地徒步了20几个国家。“——摘自此书《后记》,全球中国研究院院长常向群教授撰写

关于作者、译者和编者

作者: 麦克·贝茨勋爵,英国上议院议员,终身贵族。现任英国国政府国际发展部国务大臣,原保守党副主席、上议院副议长及副主席。2009年开始进行慈善公益徒步。译者和编者:李雪琳·贝茨勋爵夫人,英国为和平徒步基金会主席,英国中华总商会副主席兼秘书长,英国浙江联谊会主席。自2011年开始,贝茨勋爵在夫人雪琳的帮助下进行了以下长距离慈善公益徒步:

2018年 “为梦想徒步”,从中国北京—唐山曹妃甸,历时13 天,徒步258.6 公里,筹集36万多英镑善款设立中英职教奖学金,帮助100 名贫困地区学生,并捐助给查尔斯王子基金会;
2017年 “为英伦同心慈善徒步”,从英国伦敦—爱丁堡,历时44天,徒步1025 公里,募集了5万英镑善款捐给英国红十字会英伦同心慈善基金;
2016 年“为欧林匹克休战徒步”,从阿根廷·布宜诺斯艾利斯到巴西·里约热内卢,历时115天,徒步3025公里,募集了超过26万英镑善款捐给联合国儿童基金会;
2015 年“为和平徒步”,从中国北京到杭州,历时71天,徒步1702.7公里,募集了9万英镑善款捐给红十字会推荐的沿途慈善项目;
2014 年“为和平徒步”—— 纪念第一次世界大战爆发100周年,从英国伦敦到德国柏林,历时54天,募集了4万英镑善款捐给德国和平村慈善机构用于帮助战乱地区儿童的救援工作;
2013年“为和平徒步”——为叙利亚儿童徒步,历时35天,徒步834.9公里,募集了5万英镑善款捐给拯救儿童基金会用于帮助叙利亚儿童;
2011—2012 年“为奥林匹克休战徒步”,从希腊奥林匹亚到英国伦敦,历时300天,徒步4,693.1公里。

3)《中国乡村的莎士比亚:英国汉学家眼中的评剧》(英文原)

作者:John Chinnery(秦乃瑞)
页数:
315
语言:
英语
出版社:
新世界出版社 (2016)
产品尺寸:
168 x 240 mm
ISBN 
9787510457166
ISBN
7510457165

4) 《中国乡村的莎士比亚:英国汉学家眼中的评剧》(英文修订版)

系列: ‘三只眼’转文化丛书 No. 3
平装: 214 页
语言: 英语
出版社: 全球中国出版社和新世界出版社 (2019年3月)
产品尺寸: 170 x 244 mm
ISBN 978-1-910334-70-6
ISBN 78-1-910334-71-3
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/TETE.en.pb.2019
DOI https://doi.org/10.24103/TETE.en.hb.2019

关于此书

“这是一本非常重要的书。它介绍了一种在西方完全不为人知的重要戏剧形式。虽然大多数访问中国的游客都熟悉京剧,但评剧的意义远不止于对京剧的了解。评剧仅仅诞生于一百年前的危机和改革时期,是一种非常重要的地方形式剧种。 汉学家秦乃瑞(John Chinnery)熟知中国传统文化和传统文学。凭藉对文化和历史背景有着广泛的了解,他非常清晰地解说了评剧的发展过程。他对评剧剧团所经历的非同寻常的艰辛和对演员的同情心,支撑了他的深刻学术精神。“ —— 摘自本书《前言》,由前英国图书馆中国收藏馆负责人吴芳思博士(Dr Frances Wood)撰写。

关于作者

秦乃瑞(John Chinnery)(1924-2010),英国汉学家。1943年至1964年间主要在伦敦大学亚非学院(SOAS)任职,之后担任爱丁堡大学中国系主任近25年( 1965年至1989年)。他是第二次世界大战后最早与共产主义中国友好往来的英国人之一,并与李约瑟(Joseph Needham)和韩素音(Rosalie Elisabeth Kuanghu Chow)一起于1966年创立了苏格兰 - 中国协会。他于1970年与第二任妻子陈小滢在结婚,其晚年生活在中国。他的出版物除了本书之外(2016年首次出版),包括《鲁迅生平与作品》(2014)《中国古代文明》(2012)《中国宝藏:龙之国的荣耀》(新版2011,2008)《神圣东方:印度教,佛教,儒教,道教,神道》(合著,2003)《新凤霞回忆录》(翻译,2001)《龙之国:中国神话》(合著 ,1999)《英汉谚语和短语对照词典:附解释和范例》(合著,1984年)《真实的毛泽东:谈话和信件,1956-1971》(合著,1974)和《越南发生了什么? 》(1956年)。

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