Parallels, interactions, and illuminations : traversing Chinese and Western theories of signs
University of Toronto Press
The first major work in Sino-Western comparative semiotics, Parallels, Interactions, and Illuminations is a trans-disciplinary and intercultural effort that makes intellectual connections not only across such diverse academic fields as epistemology, anthropology, linguistics, sociology, and cultural studies but also between Chinese and Western theories of the sign in the conviction that they can shed light on one another.
Ding, E. (2010). Parallels, interactions, and illuminations: Traversing Chinese and Western theories of signs. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.