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This paper examines anti-Chinese hate speech in Mongolia, and argues that in spite of its prevalence and pervasiveness it remains limited to a Mongolian audience, essentially constituting a vector of social policing. Its violence is thus largely exerted on Mongolian citizens themselves,...
Since the early 1990s, pushed by domestic economic recession and uncertainty of their life paths, young Japanese have been flying to Canada and Australia not only for holiday experiences, English learning, and temporary work, but also in the quest to find oneself. Searching for “international”...
The purpose of this report is to discuss language ideologies and language management in relation to the themes of migration, aspiration and social class mobility of Scottish Chinese families. It draws on long-term participant-observation fieldwork in the city of Edinburgh to discuss the recent...
The Mother Goddess in Caodaism has emerged in an American context as a focus for tracing the centralization and transnational development of the Tay Ninh Caodai community, specifically in exchanges with coreligionists in Vietnam. This religious group has bifurcated into two distinct strands...
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