from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to both China and Japan; Sinico-Japanese: as, Sino-Japanese art, literature, or religion.
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Though there is (an extensive?) liturature on the subject, it would have been nice to see some mention of common Japanese-internal slang word formation techniques, like mora-switching, on-kun reading switching (i.e., taking a word containing two kanji pronounced in a sino-japanese fashion and changing it to native Japanese pronunciation), using old/out-of-use words (with or without altered meanings), etc...
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June 16, 2009 10: 08 PM eh, the chinese didn't exactly go away empty handed ... they got to keep all the japanese facilities left in China from colonialism and the war .. not to mention the bigger issue of resetting sino-japanese relations, and bringing in japanese aid, investment and technology which has played a role in china rebuilding itself.
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