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- KurzbeschreibungIt has been more than 20 years since the Cham <br>community settled en masse in Kuala Terengganu, <br>Malaysia. Yet, hardly much is written <br>about them. This book aims to provide an <br>ethnographical study and examine the immediate <br>history, networks and identity of the Cham Diaspora. <br>The locals had assumed that they are either Malays <br>from Cambodia or Vietnamese Muslim converts . They <br>are Muslim-Cham from Cambodia and Vietnam, who <br>fearing the assaults of the Pol Pot regime and <br>possible threats to their identity-and-religion, <br>have from 1975 begun to flee to <br>various United Nations-run refugee camps in <br>Thailand, hoping to be resettled in Malaysia. From <br>their initial occupations as petty traders and odd <br>job labourers, they have emerged as successful <br>textile and gold retailers in KT. They have also <br>built a socio-economic network within their <br>community on which they could depend for various <br>form of support. This book would be of interest to <br>anthropologists and political analysts who are <br>studying minority group relations and the social-<br>political dynamics of refugees-local population <br>interactions.
- AutorSue Chia Ng
- Seiten84 Seiten
- Gewicht142 g
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