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Title: 唐人街的界定与发展 :马六甲鸡场街研究 = Delineation and development of a Chinatown : a study on Jonker street, Malacca
Authors: 林 慧 敏 Lim, Hui Min
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: 马华社会在马来西亚经过数次的政治变动,作为华人最早落地生根的马六甲是研究的最佳地区,其唐人街更是重要的缩影。勾勒当地华社的发展,本文发现马六甲唐人街能够在一个以马来人居多的国家发展至今,并成为世界文化遗产,不是件易事。由于国家政策及其他因素,马来西亚并未有正式受官方承认的唐人街。在经历数次政治变动后,其作用与意义也随着改变。本文探讨当地居民与游客如何看待这个地区,以及他们是否认同这个唐人街,以检阅其在马六甲的代表性。国家政策影响其发展成一个旅游区,而问卷调查也发现大多居民都欢迎这样的发展。虽然马六甲唐人街至今仍面对许多挑战,但只要马来西亚与中国的关系、马华社会的经济地位稳定,以及政府继续保护马六甲的文化历史,马六甲唐人街必定会继续作为马六甲,甚至是马来西亚的头号旅游胜地,彰显其世界文化遗产的价值。The Chinese society in Malaysia has been through many political phases, and Malacca, especially its Chinatown, being the earliest place in Malaysia where the Chinese chose to settle down, can represent the history of the Chinese society in Malaysia. Outlining the recent developments of the Chinese society, this study discovers that it was a daunting task for Malacca’s Chinatown to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, and to have become what it is today. Furthermore, due to politics and other factors, Malaysia does not have an official Chinatown recognized by the government or relevant authorities. After experiencing various political changes, the functions and significance of Malacca’s Chinatown has changed overtime. Government policies have made it into a tourist attraction, and survey findings have shown that the locals welcome such a development. Although challenges are faced, as long as the government maintains their preservation works, and the Chinese society and Malaysia’s relationship with the Chinese government remain stable, Malacca’s Chinatown will become Malaysia’s top tourist attraction, and continue to highlight its value as a World Heritage site.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/55733
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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