He discusses Japanized
staatsmedizin as the prototype of colonial medicine in Taiwan, the chaotic beginning, revising staatsmedizin for the colony during the 1920s, and from prewar legacy to postwar legend during the 1930s and since.
The language used by most of the characters, in both conversation and interior thought, is a kind of Japanized
pidgin English (Christopher Palmer calls it "telegraphese" ) that often gives the impression that a character is speaking in aphorisms.
I have described similar dynamics in the demand for a Japanized
theology during the wave of anti-Western nationalism in Japan in the 1890s in my book Buddhism and Christianity in Japan: From Conflict to Dialogue (Honolulu: Univ.
Isabel Paterson's God and the Machine included a chapter on 'Our Japanized
Later in the book, Haley shows how this eleven hundred-year-old history came alive in the recent past, first when the Japanized
Chinese legal tradition blended with Western law in the Meiji period and then again in the postwar modern period.
And yet in terms of the particular globalization effects that Murakami dubs "super flatness," where a number of different cultural layers are merged into one and the rest of the world comes to resemble Japan more and more, these recent Japanese horror films and their American remakes together provide a vividly "super flat" global portrait: a simultaneously Japanized
America and Americanized Japan that belongs to both nations but is not fully locatable in either.
The central ecclesiastical building of Ch'ondo-gyo, although built in a Japanized
version of baroque architecture, resembles a Protestant church in both its architectural elevations and its interior layout.
software has been incorporated into Komatsu's
Written almost entirely in the Japanese language, the US-Style site features a Japanese user interface as well as Japanized
versions of U.
The word karaoke is a combination of kara, empty, and oh-ke, the first two letters of the Japanized
word for "orchestra.
Thus at a certain point it becomes more difficult to distinguish between Gibson Japanized
by Akasegawa and Akasegawa Americanized by Duchamp.
We use it in both written and spoken form, although when spoken, it is Japanized