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The proceedings series Communications in Humanities Research (CHR) is an international peer-reviewed open access series, which publishes conference proceedings on a wide range of methodological and disciplinary topics related to the humanities. By offering a public forum for discussion and debate about human and artistic issues, the series seeks to provide a high-level platform for humanity studies. Research-focused articles are published in the series, which also accepts empirical and theoretical articles on micro, meso, and macro phenomena. Proceedings that are appropriate for publication in the CHR cover topics on different linguistic, literary, artistic, historical, philosophical perspectives and their influence on people and society.

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  • February 22, 2023, Good News! Welcome Dr. Nafhesa Ali from Northumbria University to give a speech at The 2nd International Conference on Interdisciplinary Humanities and Communication Studies (ICIHCS 2023)!
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    In the current society, people are living in an era of cross-cultural communication, where they are influenced by a variety of cultural differences. In the process of learning a new language, individuals face numerous difficulties and challenges due to this cultural diversity. language and culture are closely interconnected. This article examines the specific challenges encountered by non-native speakers of Chinese when learning the Chinese language, arising from cultural differences, with a particular focus on the domains of translation and literature. After reviewing previous literature, the main arguments of this paper are: 1) Language is closely tied to culture; 2) There are significant differences in expression between Chinese and English; 3) Translation often lacks precision in terms of vocabulary; 4) Learners easily overlook context, leading to misunderstandings; 5) The use of imagery in Chinese and Western literature differs;6) The origins and preferences in the development of Chinese and Western literature diverge. Consequently, it sheds light on the efforts required by educators and learners involved in intercultural Chinese language communication.

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    Foreign company employees (FCEs, meaning local Chinese employees who work for foreign companies) have become a considerable social group in China. One of their salient characteristics is the language they use in their speech community: mixed language of Chinese and English, which is a classic case of code-mixing. Although some scholars have already noticed this phenomenon, few focused research has been found yet. Thus, this present research aims to look into this code-mixing case from an apparent-time, sociolinguistic perspective, focusing on the pragmatic motivations of this code-mixing. Accuracy, efficiency, emphasis, emotion softening and strengthening are the main motivations found in this case study. The present research also calls for more attentions on this code-mixing case in this special social community in the future.

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    Leadership preferences can be affected by several aspects, and this section will illustrate the structure of the paper first and then demonstrate the gist purpose of the paper. To begin with, this paper will be separated into five sections: the Abstract, Introduction, Body paragraphs, Conclusion, and References to explain the leadership preferences of different genders. Secondly, this paper explained the differences in leadership preferences in different genders and observed some elements which were separated into different columns in the body paragraph that can influence leadership preferences and then set them as a whole passage to give readers a much clearer idea about the differences in preferences in leadership concerning two genders. Through the whole paper, there are several aspects that can influence the preferences of leadership which are cultural complexities, the locus of control, curiosity and the reactions of followers, people’s self-considerations, the power of leadership, gender stereotypes, and the level of willingness to take risks.

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    The global video platform market has been growing in a remarkable way in recent years. As a part of a video, title can compel people to view. However, few scholars have studied the relationship between video trendiness and title at present. This work studies the influence of sentiment polarity of videos using Valence Aware Dictionary Sentiment Reasoner (VADER) and investigated the feasibility of the application of video titles text on YouTube trending videos research using Doc2Vec. It is found that the text in YouTube trend video titles possesses predictive value for video trendiness, but it requires advanced techniques such as deep learning for full exploitation. The sentiment polawrity in titles impacts the video views and this impact varies across video categories.

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