Notes

  • 1 Ji Yun, “China’s Publicity Video of National Image Indicates China’s Lack of Understanding of the World,” www.people.com.cn/GB/32306/33232/13829740.html
  • 2 Ji Yun, “China’s Publicity Video of National Image Indicates China’s Lack of Understanding of the World,” www.people.com.cn/GB/32306/33232/13829740.html
  • 3 Alvin Toffler, The Third Wave, trans. Huang Mingjian, (Beijing: CITIC Press, 1980), 99-105.
  • 4 Gao Xinxing, “The Improvement of China’s National Image Examined from the Reporting of American Mainstream Media in 2008 and 2009: A Case Study of New York Times,” a Master’s dissertation of Communication University of China, 10; requoted from George Herbert Blumer, Symbolic Interactionism: Perspective and Method (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1969), 21-25.
  • 5 Li Zhengguo, The Construction of National Image, (Beijing: Press of Communication University of China, 2006), 77.
  • 6 Li Zhengguo, The Construction of National Image, (Beijing: Press of Communication University of China, 2006), 14.
  • 7 Li Zhengguo, The Construction of National Image, (Beijing: Press of Communication University of China, 2006), 15.
  • 8 Kurt Koffka, Principles of Gestalt Psychology (Vol. I), trans. Li Yi, (Hangzhou: Zhejiang Education Press, 1997), 5.
  • 9 Zhou Ting, Olympics: A Communication Study, (Beijing: Press of Communication University of China, 2009), 5.
  • 10 Source: “Kwan-yin with One Thousand Hands,” in Baidupedia, http://baike.baidu. com/view/46981.htm#sub5065318
  • 11 Zhang Xiaowen, “On the Emotive Imagery of Artistic Symbols,” in Aesthetics and Our Age, 2008, Issue 3.
  • 12 He Hui and Liu Peng, The Construction and Communication of China’s National Image in the Context of New Media, (Beijing: Foreign Language Press, 2008), 143.; requoted from John Naisbitt’s Megatrends, trans. Mei Yan, (Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 1984).
  • 13 Source of reference: “Kong Fu Panda,” in Baidupedia, http://baike.baidu.com/view/ 779189.htm
  • 14 Yu Guoming, “Let Chinese Voice Be Communicated More Effectively in the World: Some Reflections on International Communication,” in Journalism Communication, 2010, Issue 10.
 
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