Village Life in Hong Kong: Politics, Gender, and Ritual in the New Territories
This book is a collection of revised articles based on the authors'fieldwork on two villages in Yuen Long, a rural district of Hong Kong. It presents the authors'observations and their interpretation of life in a southern Chinese village under the process of urbanization.
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