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Vol 14, No 2 (2018): Cross-Cultural Communication Analysis on the Countermeasures of Corruption Problems in the Internal Railway Public Security Organ Abstract  PDF
Dongfang CHEN
 
Vol 11, No 10 (2015): Cross-Cultural Communication Study on the Differentiation of Peasants After the Founding of New China Abstract  PDF
Fei FENG
 
Vol 10, No 2 (2014): Cross-Cultural Communication The Difficulties in the Classification Reform of Chongqing’s Public Institutions and Suggested Countermeasures Abstract  PDF
Peng ZHAO
 
Vol 10, No 3 (2014): Cross-Cultural Communication Thoughts on Coordination of Urban and Rural Teachers’ Team Construction --A Study of Sichuan Province of China Abstract  PDF
Ying GUO, Dan JIANG, Shuxi ZHOU
 
Vol 11, No 6 (2015): Cross-Cultural Communication Obstacles and Countermeasures For Building Unified Urban and Rural Construction Land Market Abstract  PDF
Jinlong CHEN
 
Vol 9, No 4 (2013): Cross-Cultural Communication Research on the Cause of China Long-term Trade Surplus and Policy Proposal Abstract  PDF
Qiping REN, Hongrong YAN
 
Vol 13, No 9 (2017): Cross-Cultural Communication The Influence of Cultural Differences on Chinese College Students’ Listening Comprehension Abstract  PDF
Zhipeng LIU
 
Vol 13, No 4 (2017): Cross-Cultural Communication Pragmatic Failures in Cross-Cultural Business Negotiation Interpreting and Countermeasures Abstract  PDF
Jing QIN
 
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