By Chee-Beng Tan
This is a well timed publication that fills the distance within the examine of chinese language in another country and their religions within the worldwide context. wealthy in ethnographic fabrics, this can be the 1st complete publication that indicates the transnational non secular networks one of the chinese language of alternative nationalities and among the chinese language out of the country and the areas in China. The booklet highlights various non secular traditions together with chinese language renowned faith, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam, and discusses inter-cultural impacts on religions, their localization, their value to cultural belonging, and the transnational nature of non secular affiliations and networking.
- Chinese spiritual Traditions and dwelling within the Diaspora:
- The Mazu Worship at the Island of Java (Myra Sidharta)
- State and "Chinese Religions" in Indonesia: Confucianism, Tridharma and Buddhism throughout the Suharto Rule and After (Leo Suryadinata)
- Under the Buddha's Shadow: Buddhism and the chinese language in Myanmar (Duan Ying)
- Teaching approximately Qi: wisdom Transmission between chinese language Ethnic Practitioners of conventional chinese language drugs within the usa (Emily S Wu)
- Localization and chinese language spiritual Traditions:
- Syncretism as non secular identification: chinese language non secular tradition within the Philippines (Aristotle C Dy and Teresita Ang See)
- Datuk Kong Worship and chinese language faith in Malaysia: Reflections of Syncretism, Pragmatism and Inclusiveness (Lee Yok cost and Chin Yee Mun)
- Christianity, Islam and the chinese language Overseas:
- Religious association and Propensity to Christianity of chinese language in Canada (Eva Xiaoling Li and Peter S Li)
- Between Catholicism and Evangelism: The Peruvian chinese language neighborhood (Isabelle Lausent-Herrera)
- Overseas chinese language Protestant church buildings in Japan: adjustments as Witnessed from Their Stance towards Christian project actions (Kainei Mori)
- Junus Jahja and Chinese-Indonesian Muslims in Indonesia (Chiou Syuan-yuan)
- Religious Affiliations and Transnational Networks:
- Japanese Buddhism and chinese language Sub-ethnic tradition: cases of a chinese language Buddhist association from Shantou to Vietnam (Satohiro Serizawa)
- Transnational Ritual Practices one of the chinese language Migrants in Spain (Irene Masdeu Torruella)
- Ancestral God, Locality God, and chinese language Transnational Pilgrimage (Tan Chee-Beng)
Readership: students, postgraduate scholars and normal public who're attracted to the research of chinese language abroad, rather with regards to spiritual affiliation.
- First accomplished booklet that describes chinese language out of the country from the viewpoint of spiritual affiliation
- Shows the relationship among China and the chinese language in another country via spiritual networks
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After Migration and Religious Affiliation:Religions, Chinese Identities and Transnational Networks by Chee-Beng Tan