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Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, a 17th–18th century German polymath who made significant contributions in many areas of physics, logic, history, librarianship, and studied numerous aspects of Chinese culture
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, a 17th–18th century German polymath who made significant contributions in many areas of physics, logic, history, librarianship, and studied numerous aspects of Chinese culture

A Sinophile is a person who demonstrates a strong interest for Chinese culture, Chinese language, Chinese history, or Chinese people.[1][2] It is also commonly used to describe those knowledgeable of Chinese history and culture (such as scholars and students), non-native Chinese language speakers, pro-Chinese politicians, and people perceived as having a strong interest in any of the above.

Those with professional training and practice in the study of China are referred to as Sinologists.

Typical interests

The overall study of Chinese culture is referred to as Sinology. This could include Chinese fashion styles like Traditional cultural Han Chinese clothing (Hanfu), and Manchu-influenced Chinese clothing (qipao). Another area of Chinese culture is cuisine and liquor, such as Chinese wine culture and baijiu. Medicine, architecture, characters, language (and varieties such as Mandarin and Cantonese),are also areas of interest for Sinophiles. They also tend to be drawn towards Chinese astrology and horoscopes, as well as Feng Shui and Kung Fu. The history of China and folk religions like Daoism, Chan Buddhism, and Confucianism are also topics of Sinology, as well as the Politics of China, Chinese Communist Party, socialism with Chinese characteristics, Maoism, Dengism, Three Principles of the People, one country, two systems, the Mass Line. Chinese artwork is a topic of interest for many Sinophiles. The Chinese arts, encompass poetry, literature, music, calligraphy and cinema, as well as Chinese traditional forms of theatrical entertainment such as xiangsheng and operas.

Sinophiles

Europe

Albania

Austria

Belgium

Denmark

France

Germany

Ireland

  • Des Bishop, Irish-American comedian; spent a year in China learning Chinese and performing comedy in both Chinese and English
  • Sean Hurley, Irish sinologist who worked with the British Customs Service in Shanghai

Italy

Netherlands

Norway

Russia

Serbia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United Kingdom

East Asia

Japan

Korea

Mongolia

Tibet region, China

North America

Canada

United States

Oceania

Australia

New Zealand

  • Rewi Alley, political activist from New Zealand who was a member of the Communist Party of China

South America

Brazil

Ecuador

  • Rafael Correa, Ecuadorian President and economist whose foreign policies include socioeconomic cooperation with the People's Republic of China with regards to finance and industry, trade and resource development of oil and hydroelectricity, and infrastructure

South Asia

India

Pakistan

Southeast Asia

Cambodia

Philippines

Thailand

Vietnam

West Asia

Turkey

Africa

Zimbabwe

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Definition of 'Sinophile'". Collins Dictionary. Retrieved 8 September 2020.
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  12. ^ Yang, Wanli (30 September 2017). "Edwin Maher: Former CCTV anchor sees clear skies ahead". China Daily.
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