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タイトル: Interculturalism, Empire and the Nation State: A Portrait of the Lim Cheng Ean Family
著者名: Khor, Neil
論文発行年月日: 2010年3月31日
出版者: Institute for Cultural Interaction Studies, Kansai University
雑誌名: Cultural Reproduction on its Interface: From the Perspectives of Text, Diplomacy, Otherness, and Tea in East Asia
開始ページ: 65
終了ページ: 80
抄録: Late 19th century George Town, the capital city of Penang, a state in present-day Malaysia, began as an “inter-cultural” space based upon trade. Trade brought regional centrality to the city as different ethnic groups brought with them their trading networks. As they lived side by side, the city became a site of transactions between them. Trade may have been the basis for their interface but it was a common English education and civil activities that gave rise to inter-cultural activities. This paper begins with a brief description of George Town’s development as a regional hub for education, culture and politics. Taking one example of a Penang Straits Chinese family, particularly one branch of the Penang Lim family, this paper is an attempt to describe how the “interface” of cultures produces exceptionalism. Whilst Lim Cheng Ean was already a cultural hybrid, the son of an immigrant Chinese father and a local-born nyonya mother, he was exposed to British colonial culture through English education. His marriage to the British Guyanese-born Roslind Hoalim created a home environment that was truly distinct in colonial George Town. It is no wonder that his children all made their own mark as products of their “cultural interface”. Going beyond mere historical description, this paper will conclude with a section analyzing the values that made this family’s exceptional history.
内容記述: Session statement 2: We and the Other in Cultural Interfaces: Peranakan,Indigenous Taiwanese, and Yunnanese Muslim Migrants
資料種別: Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10112/3378
ISBN: 978-4-9905164-0-6
シリーズ番号/レポート番号: The International Academic Forum for the Next Generation Series, Volume 1
出現コレクション:Vol.1 Cultural Reproduction on its Interface

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