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In Search of Chin Identity

A Study in Religion, Politics and Ethnic Identity in Burma

by Lian H. Sakhong

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Published by RoutledgeCurzon .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology,
  • Social Science,
  • History - General History,
  • Sociology,
  • Myanmar (Burma),
  • Asia - Southeast Asia,
  • Social Science / Anthropology / General,
  • Anthropology - General,
  • Research,
  • Sociology - Rural

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11188199M
    ISBN 100700717641
    ISBN 109780700717644

      This book contributes to a critical understanding of how Chinese same-sex identity in urban China is variously imagined; how it is transformed; and how it presents its resistances as China continues to open up to global power relations. Equally important, the book will 1) sharpen knowledge of China’s recent socio-economic change and political agenda, 2) build a greater awareness of Chinese. Hearn, Maxwell K. & Chin-Sung Chang & Wen C. Fong - Wang Hui Published by Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York () ISBN ISBN

    Identity. From the Qin dynasty to the late Qing dynasty ( BC – AD ), the Chinese government divided Chinese people into four classes: landlord, peasant, craftsmen, and rds and peasants constituted the two major classes, while merchant and craftsmen were collected into the two minor. Theoretically, except for the position of the Emperor, nothing was hereditary. Mythical as it was, the location of ‘Chinlung’ was only imagined by some authors to be in Tibet (cf Pu Gin Za Tuang ), somewhere in China (cf. Pu Zawla ) or in Chindwin Valley (Pu Gangte) In Search of Chin Identity p 5, 9.

    Download file to see previous pages He is resoundingly negative in his view of the world, and his search for an identity is constantly filtered through his dark condemnation of virtually everything and everyone around him. The facts of his life show that he is unable to stick at anything for very wrong: he drops out of several schools, is hospitalized in a mental hospital, and seems unable to.   In David Mitchell’s masterpiece, six nested stories take us from the South Pacific in the s all the way to a post-apocalyptic future, calling into question the meaning of personal identity.


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In Search of Chin Identity by Lian H. Sakhong Download PDF EPUB FB2

Publication of this book was assisted with economic support from the Swedish Research Council British Library Catalogue in Publication Data Sakhong, Lian H.

In search of Chin identity: a study in religion, politics and ethnic identity in Burma. - (NIAS monograph ; 91) 1. Chin (Southeast Asian people) - Burma. In Search of Chin Identity in Burma book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Chinram was once an independent land ruled by Chin chi /5(3). Moreover, the church has taken a key role in the struggle of Chin liberation movements in Burma and India.

Just how Christianity has provided the Chin people with a means of preserving their national identity in the midst of multi-ethnic and multi-religious environments is. In short, Christianity provided the Chin people with a means of preserving their national identity in the midst of multiracial and multireligious environments.

Written by an exiled former Secretary General of the Chin National League for Democracy, this is the first in-depth study on Chin nationalism and by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Ethnicity Theory, Linguistics and Chin Identity --The origin of the Chin --History of the Chins --Chin origin --Chin: the Mother Lode of Zo Traditional Society --Historical and cultural background of the Chins --Traditional music of the Chin people --Imperative clauses in.

In short, Christianity provided the Chin people with a means of preserving their national identity in the midst of multiracial and multireligious environments. Written by an exiled former Secretary General of the Chin National League for Democracy, this is the first in-depth study on Chin nationalism and Christianity.

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[Lian H Sakhong; Nordic Institute of Asian Studies.] -- "Chinram was once an independent land ruled by local chieftains and following traditional Chin religion.

This world was abruptly transformed in the early twentieth century, however, by British. Lian H. Sakhong is the author of In Defence of Identity ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), In Search of Chin Identity in Burma ( /5(4).

Chin people is one of the Tibeto-Burman groups and has migrated along the river of Ayeyawaddy. For instance, the history of Chin people was documented in the middle of the eighth century in Chindwin valley, Sagaing region in Myanmar.

Mostly, the Chin people lived in the mountains and Chindwin river basin, and did not go to war with Burmese people. 4 Identity has become a paradigm for the individual and for groups and nations in their search for safe ground in disturbed times.

The term is defined in its most general form by Erikson: “the term identity expresses a mutual relation in that it connotes both a persistent sameness within oneself (selfsameness) and a persistent sharing of some kind of essential character with others.”1 Cited by: 8.

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Free shipping for many products. Prior to British annexation inChinram was an independent country. It divided between India and Burma, and Chin society transformed, not least by Christianity. Just how Christianity has provided the Chin people with a means of preserving their national identity is the focus of this study.

Book Reviews / Asian Journal of Social Science 38 () – Lian H. Sakhong (, 2nd printing ) In Search of Chin Identity: A Study in Reli- gion, Politics and Ethnic Identity in Burma. Copenhagen: NIAS Press. pages. ISBN: Salai Lian H. Sakhong, a prominent leader of the Chin peoples’ struggle for ‘freedom’, equality and democracy in Burma or.

Chin-Kee transforms into the the Monkey King, revealing his true identity. Wei-Chen is the Monkey King's estranged son, transformed. Transformation becomes a metaphor for cultural assimilation.

The name "Chin" is disputed. During the British era, the British used the compound term 'Chin-Kuki-Mizo' to group the Kukish language speaking people, and the Government of India inherited this. Chin nationalist leaders in Burma's Chin State popularized the term "Chin" following Burma's independence from Britain.

More recently the word Chin has been rejected by some in favor of Zomi. Google Book Search Adds Contextual Search, Define & Translate. Now within Google eBooks you can search, define and translate words within the book using the click of your mouse. Moreover, the church has taken a key role in the struggle of Chin liberation movements in Burma and India.

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J. : Bookroo.Lian Sakhong’s In Search of Chin Identity: A Study in Religion, Politics and Ethnic Identity in Burma examines this transformation and enables us to better understand how religion, ethnicity and politics have intertwined since independence.

In pre-colonial Chin society political and ritual power were the same, and rested in the hands of chiefs and nobility.Chinese strange tale collections contain short stories about ghosts and animal spirits, supra-human heroes and freaks, exotic lands and haunted homes, earthquake and floods, and other perceived "anomalies" to accepted cosmic and social norms.

As such, this body of literature is a rich repository of Chinese myths, folklore, and unofficial "histories.".