1. Introduction: Concepts: Perspectives and Frameworks for Intercultural Communication 2. Mediated Intercultural Communication involving Chinese Speakers and English Speakers 3. The Interpreted Interaction 4. Chinese-English Interpreter-mediated Interactions 5. Findings and Implications for Intercultural Communication and for Chinese-English Interpreting
Jim Hlavac is a senior lecturer in Translation and Interpreting Studies, Monash University, and a certified and practising interpreter and translator. He has authored or edited four books and has published widely in the fields of translation and interpreting studies, multilingualism, contact linguistics, intercultural communication, pragmatics and language maintenance/shift.Zhichang Xu is a senior lecturer in the Linguistics and English Language programme of the School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics at Monash University and an associate editor for English Today. His research areas include world Englishes, applied linguistics, cultural linguistics, intercultural communication, language education, and self-translation studies.