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A Study on the Countermeasures for China's Territory Expanding (중국 영토공정에 관한 대응방안 연구)

  • Shin, Yong-Woo;Oh, Won-Kyu
    • Journal of Cadastre & Land InformatiX
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    • v.44 no.1
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    • pp.37-59
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    • 2014
  • China has been tried to make our former territory named "Guryubuel" as their territory and history using the "Northeast Expanding Project" and other territory expanding projects. This study aimed to make a correspond measure to the cause, purpose and statues on the Northeast Expanding Project of China, to help restoration of Korean territory. For this purpose, it was reviewed the detail about Territory Projects of China. This study included not only the "Northeast Expanding Project" but also the Dandae Project, Tamwon Project and the theory of 'Yoha Civilization' to reveal the project's cause, purpose and detail to analysis the issues and to make a countermeasure. China has been distorted our cture and history on purpose for the territory expanding project. Hence, this study has distinction from the previous approach on the China's territory projects since it has been focused on dilemma of cultural and historical distortion by some Chinese. This study pointed out the distortion of the history and culture of China, as well as Korean mistakes to interpret the China's claim into our own way. It is emphasized that progressive response of Korean government is very important to protect our territory against the Chinese territory expanding projects.

중국 동북공정과 한국의 대응방안

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    • Proceedings of the Korea Society of Costume Conference
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    • pp.13-23
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    • 2004
  • I. 동북공정은 20년 전부터 시작되었다. 1. 1980년 이전의 귀속문제 논의 1) 중국 교과서 - 현재도 "고구려사=한국사" 2) 1962~65년 조.중 공동 고고학발굴대 - "고구려사=한국사" 3) '고구려=중국사' 논리 개발의 시도 - 김육불의 [동북통사] : 한족 위주 역사서술 제1기 한족 개발시대(상고~한.위) 제2기 동호 부여 두 종족의 각축시대(수나라 초기) 제3기 한족 부흥시대(수.당) (중략)3기 한족 부흥시대(수.당) (중략)

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A Study on the Pre-feasibility study on the Cadastral Resurvey Project (지적재조사사업 예비타당성분석의 타당성 검토 - 경제성 분석을 중심으로 -)

  • Shin, Ji-Yoon;Kwak, Byung-Yong;Kim, Chang-Kee
    • Journal of Cadastre & Land InformatiX
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    • v.44 no.1
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    • pp.61-78
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    • 2014
  • The Cadastral Resurvey Project received 'Ineligible' determination by the first Pre-feasibility study in 2010. This is a result of the AHP analysis based on the policy and the economy validity. Especially, economic validity test uses mainly the Benefit-Cost Analysis. B-C Analysis has enclosed the limit to estimate the benefit which have the external effect. This study concentrated on the limit of the estimation the benefit on the Pre-feasibility study.

The Conflicts of Korean and Chinese Perspectives over the History of Manchurian Territory (만주 땅의 역사에 대한 한.중의 시각 차이 -문제를 진단하고 대응 방안을 논의하기-)

  • Lee, Jeon
    • Journal of the Korean association of regional geographers
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    • v.13 no.3
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    • pp.341-354
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    • 2007
  • Since Goryo was established during the early tenth century, Koreans have believed that Goguryo, which ruled almost all of the Manchurian territory, was one of the Three Kingdoms of their ancestors. This Korean perspective conflicts with the Chinese perspective that Goguryo was a Chinese local government in Manchuria and the northen parts of Korean Peninsula. Modern Chinese people wish, by the measure of Manchurian Project, that the history of China includes the histories of all the ethnic groups in Manchurian territory. Although Chinese people attempt unreasonably to regard Goguryo as an old Chinese local government, it is not from the Korean nationalistic viewpoint but from the scientific historian viewpoint that this Chinese perspective should be criticised and corrected. We should remember that the nationalistic viewpoints in East Asia may hinder the establishment of mutual cooperation and security in the region.

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Approaches to Education Programs and Exhibition Contents of the Museum Using Cultural Heritage in Korea and China Border Areas (韓·中경계지역 문화유산을 이용한 박물관 전시구축의 교육적 활용)

  • Oh, Il-Whan
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.184-192
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    • 2011
  • Cultural heritage is the historic symbol implying the life of people and regionality. Accordingly, the study on cultural heritage along the border between Korea and China is a very critical and urgent task for educational purposes as well as to secure historic and cultural awareness and national identity. The border area between Korea and China is classified into the areas along Aprok River and areas along Tumen River where the cultural heritage of various ethnicities is scattered. Accordingly, this study tried to find the approaches to implement and use the exhibition contents for educational purposes as well as visual applications rather than a literary study on cultural heritage in the border area between Korea and China. The results of this study will be the opportunity to enhance the practical understanding of the modern states as well as to learn the cultural awareness of the territory of a modern state and people's awareness of the importance of world heritages. Furthermore, the results of this study will be used as the resources for historic and cultural tours on the web or applications and help to understand the cultural features of Korea and China in the northeastern region as well as historic awareness in educational programs using exhibition materials in a museum.

Competitiveness and Cooperation of Logistics Industry in Northeast Asia (한.중.일 물류산업 경쟁력과 물류협력방안)

  • Han, Chul-Hwan
    • Journal of Korea Port Economic Association
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    • v.23 no.4
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    • pp.139-157
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    • 2007
  • The purpose of this paper is to analyze the competitiveness of the logistics industry of three countries - Korea, China and Japan - by looking into their logistics industry structure and the related regulations. For this aim, the paper examined the modal distribution of transportation, transport infrastructure, freight cost structure and regulation in transport sector in these countries. Furthermore, this study suggests some proposals for the further cooperation to bring sustainable progress in the logistics sector across Northeast Asia. The main suggestions of this paper are as follows: First, Korean government needs to strategize its options in the logistics industry, the most competitive in the country’s service sector, in upcoming FTA negotiations with China and Japan. Second, Korea needs to foster Busan into a strategic point for the Rail Ferry System and Road Feeder System. Third, Korea should participate in establishing shuttle flight service in Northeast Asia amid exploding flight demand from active economic interchange and tourism industry development.

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China's Hegemony (중국의 패권주의)

  • Lee, Dae Sung
    • Convergence Security Journal
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    • v.20 no.5
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    • pp.81-88
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    • 2020
  • China, since the early days, according to their ideology, neighboring countries and their citizens were under their sphere of power. This means that only the Hanzu are real native Chinese and the other minor ethics groups are technically immigrants. The People's republic of china, part of the chinese communist party, has had rapid economic growth after Deng Xioping took over and implemented various expansionist policies and reforms, opening china to the world. Internally, the minority ethnic groups were forcibly relocated to specific regions, prohibited from using their native languages, and their culture was absorbed or incorporated into the Hanzu culture in an attempt to internally suppress or erase them. Externally, various projects such as the 'Xia-Shang-Zhou Chronology Project', 'Origins of Chinese Civilization Project', 'Northeast Project', 'Northwest Project', and the 'Southwest Project' were implemented to spread their culture and history to neighboring countries in an attempt to expand their territory. In addition, as capitalism spreads throughout china through reforms and its expansion, it has pioneered the one belt one road aiming to secure as safe transit and raw materials, expand their military facilities, and expand their export market. By doing so, China is infringing on other countries' politics, economy, and borders, and as a result there is a need for Korea to also reexamine its policies in all fields related to china such as politics, economy, history, and culture.