By Chee-Beng Tan
It is a well timed booklet that fills the distance within the examine of chinese language in a foreign country and their religions within the worldwide context. wealthy in ethnographic fabrics, this can be the 1st finished booklet that indicates the transnational non secular networks one of the chinese language of other nationalities and among the chinese language in another country and the areas in China. The ebook highlights assorted spiritual traditions together with chinese language well known faith, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam, and discusses inter-cultural impacts on religions, their localization, their importance to cultural belonging, and the transnational nature of non secular affiliations and networking.
Readership: students, postgraduate scholars and basic public who're attracted to the examine of chinese language out of the country, quite near to non secular association.
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Chinese temples (klenteng) were considered as the manifestation of Chinese culture and hence had to be cleansed out. D. Sukisman, a Brigadier-General who was also a sinologist, noted in that the Chinese temple has four functions for the Chinese (Sukisman, 1995: 9), namely, a place to take oath; a place to hold a wedding ceremony; a place to perform an adopting child ceremony; and a gathering place for the Chinese organizations to keep Chinese culture/tradition alive. However, he argued that by the 1990s, the government succeeded in eliminating the fourth function, but failed to eradicate the klenteng as a place to worship Chinese gods and goddess.
However, he has not participated in the rituals of Mazu’s birthday in Meizhou nor in Taiwan, because the birthday celebration in the temple at home was for him more important. The Mazu kimsins of the temples in Madiun and Kediri have been to Meizhou Island. indd 13 24-07-2014 11:08:36 b1751 14 After Migration and Religious Affiliation: Religions, Chinese Identities and Transnational Networks After Migration and Religious Affiliation domestically was more important as they may have common problems to face.
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