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Christian Souls and Chinese Spirits:A Hakka Community in Hong Kong
作者:Nicole Constable  译者(编者):
ISBN:  语言:英文
出版日期:1994年  出版社:Berkeley: University of California Press
How do the people of a village that is both Chinese and Christian reconcile the contradictions between their religious and ethnic identities? This ethnographic study explores the construction and changing meanings of ethnic identity in Hong Kong. Established at the turn of the century by Hakka Christians who sought to escape hardships and discrimination in China, Shung Him Tong was constructed as an "ideal" Chinese and Christian village. The Hakka Christians translate "traditional" Chinese beliefs - such as ancestral worship and death rituals - that are incompatible with their Christian ideals into secular form, providing a crucial link with the past and with a Chinese identity. Despite accusations to the contrary, these villagers maintain that while they are Christian, they are still Chinese.

  目 录
  • Acknowledgments
  • Note on Romanization
  • 1 Who Are the Hakka?
  • 2 History and the Construction of Hakka Identity
  • 3 Shung Him Tong: The Imagined Community
  • 4 The Hakka Church Community and Daily Life
  • 5 Christian Souls and Chinese Spirits
  • 6 Transforming Images of the Hakka
  • 7 Our Beloved Hakka People
  • Appendix 1 Early Converts
  • Appendix 2 The Families of Shung Him Tong in 1932
  • Glossary of Chinese Terms
  • Bibliography


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