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Title: 送中与亲中之间 :从马来西亚华团对反送中运动的反应分析马来西亚华人身份认同 = From fugitive extradition to ddentity confusion : the identity analysis of Malaysian Chinese - based on Malaysian Chinese organisations’ reaction towards 2019 Hong Kong protests
Authors: 许迅振 Koo, Xun Zheng
Keywords: Humanities::History::Asia::China::Chinese overseas
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Abstract: 马来西亚华人社会长久以来便有成立社团的传统,而华人社团之于马来西亚华人除了加强了华人之间的联系,更是维护华人族群利益的表率。除此之外,许多华团也把在国内推动平权和普世价值当作自身的社会责任。但是,马来西亚华团在面对香港的社会运动——反送中运动时却频频对其进行批判。香港示威群众与华团所提倡的体制改革、普世价值相似,却不获得华团的支持,凸显出华团矛盾的价值观。然而这种矛盾其实并非毫无理据,甚至能够由此反映马来西亚华人社会在身份认同上的倾向。本文尝试以马来西亚华团面对反送中运动的态度,分析其形成的原因以及华团的表现如何反映出马来西亚华人社会的身份认同。The formation of organisations and social groups among Malaysian Chinese community is a long-established tradition. It allows the community to be united and defend the rights and interest of Chinese ethnic. There are Chinese organisations which position themselves beyond races, as advocates of equality and universal values in Malaysia. However, their support towards equality and universal values does not reflect on their criticism against the ongoing social movement happening in Hong Kong. The aims and demands made by Hong Kong protesters such as reformation of institutions, achieving of democracy and freedom are similar to what Malaysian Chinese has been pursuing. Malaysian Chinese organisations has displayed a contradictory image through their denouncement against Hong Kong protests, though that portrayal is not simply ungrounded. Its causes are also reflecting how Malaysian Chinese see their identity. This paper aims to provide the identity of Malaysian Chinese community by studying how the Chinese organisations in Malaysia position themselves against the Hong Kong protests and the causes of their stance.
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