Formal equivalence is a translation theory put forward by Eugene Nida. According to Nida, a formal-equivalence translation is basically source-oriented, i.e. it attempts to reveal as much as possible the content and formal of the source message. Thus, an F-E translation tries to reproduce several... (more) Today, i read a report from Southern Weekly, a Guangzhou-based newspaper in China. The report described a shocking and bitter experience of a doctor from Mianyang City of Sichuan province.
It is said that the doctor called Lan Yuefeng has been suspended because she offended her superior, the di... (more)
A few days ago, i read a little story about an ant and a grasshopper on the internet. Here it is: On a cold, frosty day, an ant was dragging out some of the corn which he had laid up in the summer-time, to dry it. A grasshopper, half perished with hunger, besought the ant to give him a morsel of ... (more)