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Lijiang stories

Emily Chao

Lijiang stories

shamans, taxi drivers, and runaway brides in reform-era China

by Emily Chao

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Published by University of Washington Press in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social life and customs,
  • Post-communisim,
  • Naxi (Chinese people),
  • Government relations,
  • Social conditions,
  • Economic conditions,
  • Ethnic relations

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Emily Chao
    SeriesStudies on ethnic groups in china
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS731.N39 C43 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25317153M
    ISBN 109780295992228, 9780295992235
    LC Control Number2012018966

    Lijiang Stories will interest tourists and scholars who are curious about this well-known but little-understood part of the world. KARUNESH TULI (Winter ) Disclosure: This article is not an endorsement, but a review. The author of this book provided free copies of the book to have their book reviewed by a professional reviewer. Stories from Afar Inn Lijiang Shuhe flagship store – Book your room for the Stories from Afar Inn Lijiang Shuhe flagship store hotel in on ViaMichelin. ViaMichelin and its partners allow you to book the hotel, bed and breakfast or apartment of your choice in just a few clicks.

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      The Lijiang Old Town is the only old city built without a city wall and there is an interesting story telling the reason. Lijiang had been under the reign of the hereditary Mu family for more than years. If the Chinese character 'Mu' (represents the governor of Lijiang) is put into a frame (represents the city wall), you have the character. At the bottom of the Yulong Mountain, this show re-enacts the historic story of Lijiang, the Naxi and the Tea-Horse Road. Performed four times a day without interruption, it can accommodate more than 3, spectators and involves more than performers, all from local minorities. Many say this vision of Lijiang will move you to tears.


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In Lijiang Stories: Shamans, Taxi Drivers, and Runaway Brides in Reform-Era China, Emily Chao, an anthropologist at Pitzer College, discusses a ritual conducted in in a village in the Lijiang basin of southwestern China. During the ceremony, a magical healer invoked Mao and other Communist Party leaders to scare away demons who the 5/5.

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Lijiang Stories illuminates the ironies of the state’s discursive efforts to codify minority culture in ways amenable to socialist market expansion. Less successful is Chao’s attempt to tie the chapters together into a cohesive whole. The book is largely a collection of previously published, stand-alone journal articles and book chapters.

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Lijiang, a once-sleepy market town in southwest China, has become a magnet for tourism since the mids. Drawing on stories about taxi drivers, reluctant brides, dogmeat, and shamanism, Emily Chao illustrates how biopolitics and the essentialization of difference shape the ways in which Naxi residents represent and interpret their social : University of Washington Press.

Lijiang, a once-sleepy market town in southwest China, has become a magnet for tourism since the mids. Drawing on stories about taxi drivers, reluctant brides, dogmeat, and shamanism, Emily Chao illustrates how biopolitics and the essentialization of difference shape the ways in which Naxi residents represent and interpret their social by: 9.

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Drawing on stories about taxi drivers, reluctant brides, dogmeat, and shamanism, Emily Chao illustrates how biopolitics and the essentialization of difference shape the ways in which Naxi residents represent and interpret their social world.

North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE. Produced by Johns Hopkins University. Lijiang’s (丽江, Lìjiāng) maze of cobbled streets, rickety (or rickety-looking, given gentrification) wooden buildings and gushing canals suck in over eight million people a year.

So thick are the crowds in the narrow alleys that it can feel like they've all arrived at the same time.The Fish of Lijiang by Chen Qiufan is another of the forty or so short stories listed on his website that Ken Liu has translated from Chinese. It is one of the earlier ones.

The English translation first appeared in Clarkesworld in August of The original is a few years older, it appeared in /5(1).Lijiang is located in the northwestern portion of Yunnan and borders is within the region encompassed by the Hengduan Mountains, where the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau converge.

It borders Sichuan Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture and Panzhihua City to the east, and Jianchuan, Heqing and Binchuan three of the Dali Bai Autonomous Prefecture in the south.