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    Reviewer Acknowledgements for Asian Culture and History, Vol. 12, No. 1.Joseph Bai - 2020 - Asian Culture and History 12 (1):44.
    Reviewer Acknowledgements for Asian Culture and History, Vol. 12, No. 1, 2020.
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  2. Multicultural Musicscape for National Pride: Performing Arts of East-Asian Diasporas in Hawai‘I Before WWI.Heeyoung Choi - 2020 - Asian Culture and History 12 (1):9.
    This study investigates stage performances of Asian immigrants in the U.S., focusing their cultural interactions in Hawai‘i prior to World War II. Previous studies of Asians in the U.S. during the early twentieth century have focused on their separate ways of preserving homeland culture or presentation of mainstream American culture to express a sense of belonging to the host society and relieve anti-Asian sentiments. Despite increasing cultural interactions in cities during this period, the discussion of cultural exchanges among immigrant communities (...)
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    Influence of Long-Term Communist Confrontation on Inducing Changes in Society and Musical Culture of Hmong Ethnic Group in Thailand.Komphorn Prachumwan & Chalermpol Ataso - 2020 - Asian Culture and History 12 (1):1.
    The ethnic group ‘Hmong’, the descendants of Chinese ‘Miao’ group who migrated south to reside in Northern Thailand, is known to possess their own unique arts, culture, tradition, and music. However, the influence of social change seemed to largely affect the musical culture of Hmong ethnic, Khao Kho District, Phetchabun Province, in a multifactorial manner. Through different phases of a series of communist wars, the original musical cultures were subjected to the cumulative changes of social contexts, evolving toward modernization, at (...)
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  4. Religiosity and Intention Towards Saving of a Muslim Minority in Greece.Nikolaos Satsios, Spyros Hadjidakis, Ioannis Sotiropoulos & Nicholas Tsounis - 2020 - Asian Culture and History 12 (1):28.
    Culture influences financial decisions of individuals therefore, by examining the cultural background of cultural differences stemming from difference in religious beliefs is of significance to better understand their preferences and financial decisions. This research examines the relation of religiosity and intention towards saving of Pomak households, a Muslim minority living in the northeaster part of Greece. Quantitative data, collected with field research using the Religious Commitment Inventory and Warneryd’s saving intention scale was used. The results reveal that there is a (...)
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    National Identity Expressed in Chinese and Korean Clothing.Chenhao Sun & Jisoo Ha - 2020 - Asian Culture and History 12 (1):17.
    The purpose of the study is to observe historically national identity expressed in Chinese and Korean Clothing. The literature review and the case study both in China and South Korea were conducted at the same time. The outcomes from the studies are as follow: National identity has been reflected in clothing mainly via the adoption of ethnic elements and civic elements. Chinese and Korean visible-symbolized ethnic elements are from their traditional arts, costumes and lifestyles, invisible-spiritual ethnic elements mainly from religious (...)
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    The Theme of “Progress” in Australian and Chinese Cultures.Chunyan Zhang - 2020 - Asian Culture and History 12 (1):35.
    This paper discusses the theme of “progress” in Australian and Chinese cultures in the period of 1920s and 1930s. During this period, both cultures had an outpouring of patriotic and sentimental feelings. In this social context, both cultures constructed a theme of “progress” – the transformation of natural environment with human power, or the active participation in social life, for the purpose of “civilization”, a concept closely connected with the idea of social engagement, transformation and modernization. In Australia, this ideology (...)
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