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dc.contributor.author戴湧龙 Tai, Yung Loong
dc.description.abstract马来西亚是一个高度异质性的国家,由三大种族即华族、马来族与印度族组成,但是各种族因对彼此缺乏深入的了解,而导致种族关系敏感。对于唐人街这种单一种族特色外显的空间,无论是由华族自我营造或由他者构建,都曾引起各个种族的争议。上述情况的产生,是因为这些空间的华人文化色彩过于浓厚,而引起其他种族尤其是马来执政者的担忧。然而,作为本论文研究对象的新山陈旭年文化街,却是华族自我经营出来的文化展示空间,亦获得官方的认可。从争议到认可,态度上的转变系于文化街所展现的文化内涵。通过研究文化街具体的实践项目,本文发现其文化内涵是经过策划者的筛选与诠释,而呈现本土化的趋向,蕴含在地的华人性。在以华人性为主体的前提下,文化街亦在一定层面上接纳其他族群的文化,但其开放度有待提升。此外,这些文化特色因受制于文化街的经营模式,而仅能透过每周六的文化活动展现,这导致文化街成为具有时效性的空间。因此,笔者通过问卷调查,针对时效内与时效外的文化街,探讨居民与旅客对这两个时间段的认知。通过两个群体的意见,总结出文化街在时效内与时效外所呈现的地方意义是分裂的。Malaysia is a highly heterogeneous country and the relation between different ethnic groups is a sensitive topic. Ethnical places such as Chinatown, whether they are created by the ethnic Chinese community or other ethnic groups, are always sources of controversy. The Tan Hiok Nee Heritage Walk is an exception. It was an ethnical area that was recognised by the authorities. The acceptance of such a place stems from a change in attitude towards ethnical places. Studies on features of the heritage walk have shown that the planner of the heritage walk have carefully selected and interpreted the cultural contents, such that the contents contain both the local flavour and Chineseness. The walk has shown signs of accepting different cultures from other ethnic groups to a certain extent amid the prevalence of Chineseness, though it needs to improve on its openness. The management has envisioned these cultural contents to be time-restrictive. This paper explores how residents and tourists interpret the street within and off a specific time limit through questionnaire investigation. Survey has shown that the residents and tourists have different interpretation to the heritage walk’s regional significance on two different time frames.en_US
dc.format.extent74 p.en_US
dc.rightsNanyang Technological University
dc.title有时效的华人性 :新山陈旭年文化街的建构过程与地方意义 = Time-restrictive Chineseness : the construction process of Tan Hiok Nee heritage walk and its significanceen_US
dc.typeFinal Year Project (FYP)en_US
dc.contributor.supervisorYow Cheun Hoeen_US
dc.contributor.schoolSchool of Humanities and Social Sciencesen_US
dc.description.degreeBachelor of Artsen_US
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