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Title: A nameless but active religion : an anthropologist’s view of local religion in Hong Kong and Macau
Authors: Liu, Tik-Sang
Keywords: Hong Kong
Macau
Religion
Social life and customs
Issue Date: 2003
Citation: The China quarterly, no. 174, 2003, p. 373-394
Abstract: Tik-sang Liu examines local religious practices in Hong Kong and Macau. He states that these constitute the foundation of local social organizations; they are the means with which local society is organized, local people are mobilized, communal activities are co-ordinated and people are prepared for their various stages in life.
Rights: Â© Cambridge University Press 2003. This paper was published in The China Quarterly, v. 174, 2003, p. 373-394 and is reprinted with permission.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1783.1/1869
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