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JISU and The Museum of the Imperial Palace of Manchukuo Jointly Build the "Manchukuo Historical Materials Translation and Research Center"
Nov 4, 2021 03:41 PM   Press Center

Press Centre, Scientific Research Department 

On the afternoon of November 4th, the signing ceremony of the Manchukuo Historical Materials Translation and Research Center, jointly built by JISU and The Museum of the Imperial Palace of Manchukuo, was held in the conference room on the second floor of the International Exchange Center.

The Center aims to promote the rescue, exploration, translation, sorting, and research of Manchukuo historical materials, as well as promote the construction of JISU as a scientific research center through giving full play to the historical documents and research capabilities of the Palace Museum, along with the advantages of education and translation talents of JISU.

President Qin He signed a joint construction agreement with Wang Zhiqiang, director of the Palace Museum of the Manchurian Regime.

President Qin delivered a speech, pointing out that foreign-language talents, especially translation talents, are indispensable to enhancing international voice and serving Chinas opening-up. It is the responsibility and mission of JISU to cultivate high-end foreign language talents and promote international voice power. JISU will take advantage of foreign language teaching and multi-lingualtranslation talents to produce fruitful results in the translation and research of Manchukuo historical materials.

Director Wang Zhiqiang, in his speech, said that adhering to running the school for non-profit and the most responsible education with students at the core, JISU is committed to cultivating foreign-language talents for national construction and the revitalization of Jilin. Achievements have been made in foreign-language teaching, personnel training, and scientific research. It is believed that positive contributions will be made to the research of Manchukuo historical materials under the joint efforts of both sides.

The Palace Museum presented the Academic Archives of The Museum of the Imperial Palace of Manchukuo to JISU.

The discussions on the work of Translation and Research Center were held between the Palace Museum of the Manchurian Regime and the Scientific Research Department of JISU, the School of Oriental Languages, the Northeast Asia Research Center, the Secretariat of the Translators Association of Jilin Province, and other units as well.

As the training base for foreign-language talents in Jilin Province, JISU attaches great importance to scientific research and strives to contribute wisdom and strength to the research and dissemination of history and culture in Northeast China. JISU has undertaken projects of the National Social Science Foundation of China, such as the Rescue, Sorting, and Research of Oral Historical Materials of Veterans in the 14-year War of Resistance against Japanese Aggressionand the Memory Research of ManchukuoWritten by Returned Japanese Writers. It has undertaken the Construction of Standardized Terminology Database (English, Japanese, and Korean) for Northeast Local Culture Translationentrusted by China Foreign Languages Publishing Administration and the translation project of Jilin Ethnic Minority Culture Series with a total of 25 volumes and nearly 9 million words into English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and German entrusted by Jilin Ethnic and Religious Research Center. JISU has also set up the Northeast Asia Research Center, which was approved as a Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS) by the Ministry of Education in 2021.


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