1) Confrontation Between the two sides of the Taiwan straits
2) The two mountains stand facing each other.
3) The two armies are locked in a face-off.
4) The two armies are facing out.
5) Confrontation [英][,kɔnfrʌn'teɪʃn] [美]['kɑnfrən'teʃən]
Confrontation between "Earthliness" and "Reclusion"——On the Two Themes of Saigyou s Japanese Poetry;
A Study for the Time-division and Characteristics of the Three States of Confrontation, Offense and Defense, and Intermittence in Wushu Sanda Competitions;
While rectifying the extremeness and confrontation, the non - authoritative novel theory of the time itself extremely confronts the form.
6) conflict [英]['kɔnflikt] [美]['kɑn,flɪkt]
Jian an literature was the paramount times that literature dereloped from Two-Han literature into Wei and Jin literature,and the literatries s literary concepts of Jian an times embodied trasitional characters of conflicting between new and old literary concepts.
Published in 1999 and narrated from a Chinese immigrant s angle of view and with a humorous tone, her short novel "Who Is Irish?" reflects conflicts and reconcilement between two generations, American main stream culture and Chinese traditional culture, and meanwhile, manifests her indifference about ethnic identity.
她在1999年发表的短篇小 说《谁是爱尔兰人》从第一代华人移民的叙述视角,以风趣幽默的笔调,表现了在美国文化语境下两代人之间、主流 文化与母体文化以及不同种族之间的对峙与融合,反映了任碧莲华裔族性意识的淡化。