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    題名: 「影之強敵」-日本文化遺緒
    其他題名: "Shadow foe": the legacy of Japanese culture in Taiwan
    作者: 蔡錦堂
    貢獻者: 淡江大學歷史學系
    日期: 2002-12
    上傳時間: 2013-12-06 14:32:18 (UTC+8)
    出版者: 臺北市:國家展望文教基金會
    摘要: 日本統治台灣期間,正值西方 、 日本 近代化蓬勃發展時期,如同英國促使香港的蛻變,日本亦為台灣帶來近代化的光與影,並留下許多日本文化遺緒。戰後蔣介石政府曾欲禁絕日本文化「遺毒」,但此「遺毒」卻如日語中所謂的「影之強敵」(KAGE NO KYOUTEKI)—存在但看不見的強敵—般,不僅存在,且似已成為台灣文化中的一部分。
    The Japanese colonial era in Taiwan (1895-1945) coincided with an effervescent surge of modernization in the West and Japan. Just as he British brought about a dramatic metamorphosis in Hong Kong, the Japanese exerted a strong modernizing impact upon Taiwan with bright and dark sides, in addition to which it has left a strong Japanese cultural imprint on its society. In the post-war years, with the return of Taiwan to Chinese rule, the Chiang Kai-shek regime strove to uproot the "residual poison" of Japanese culture from Taiwan, but this "residual poison" has proven to be, as the Japanese might put it, a kage no kyouteki, or "shadow foe" --something not obviously perceptible yet present nonetheless. Indeed, that "poison" not merely continues to exist, but has become a part of Taiwan culture.
    關聯: 台灣歷史的鏡與窗 = The mirror and the window of Taiwan history—, pp.146-155
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