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A Pattern of Life:Essays on Rural Hong Kong by James Hayes

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9789629375539
香港城市大學
2020年12月01日
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ISBN:9789629375539
  • 叢書系列:Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Studies Series
  • 規格:平裝 / 456頁 / 15.2 x 22.9 x 2.28 cm / 普通級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:香港
    Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Studies


  • 社會科學 > 政治 > 中國研究











      “For myself, however, it is the human element, the recollected words,the remembered faces, which give life to the printed record.”



      James Hayes’s many writings have made a major contribution to knowledge about life in rural Hong Kong. This book presents sixteen of his illuminating and original articles, each of which is rooted in his experiences as a district officer, administering and visiting villages under his care. His interest in the life and lives of the people went far beyond the formal demands of his official work, and Dr Hayes grew to admire and respect the villagers. As a result, his writings are suffused with his affection and esteem. Intended for scholars in the field of New Territories history as well as general readers interested in rural life in the region, A Pattern of Life provides a fascinating, academically important, yet highly readable picture of traditional life in rural South China and reinforces Dr Hayes’s reputation as one of the most important writers on the New Territories.



      “[James was] the archetypical example of those remarkable Colonial Service officers who became fascinated by, and deeply engaged with, the territories and people which it was their task to administer.”– Lord Wilson of Tillyorn

    Governor of Hong Kong (1987–1992)

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    Editor’s Introduction

    Learning All the Time, Sharing All the Time:

    Biography of Dr James Hayes, by Robert Nield

    Overviews

    1 The Pattern of Life in the New Territories in 1898

    2 Rural Leadership in the Hong Kong Region:

    Village Autonomy in a Traditional Setting

    3 Chinese Customary Law in the New Territories

    of Hong Kong

    4 Education and Management in Rural South China

    in the Late Qing

    Transitions

    5 A Chinese Village on Hong Kong Island Fifty Years

    Ago: Tai Tam Tuk, Village Under the Water

    6 Old Ways of Life in Kowloon: The Cheung

    Sha Wan Villages

    7 The Old Popular Culture of China and

    Its Contribution to Stability in Tsuen Wan

    Communities

    8 Cheung Chau 1850–1898:

    Information from Commemorative Tablets

    9 Notes and Impressions of the Cheung Chau Community

    10 A Mixed Community of Cantonese and Hakka

    on Lantau Island

    11 The Settlement and Development

    of a Multi-Clan Village

    12 Village Credit at Shek Pik 1879–1895

    13 San Po Tsai (Little Daughters-in-Law) and Child

    Betrothals in the New Territories of Hong Kong

    from the 1890s to the 1960s

    14 Geomancy and the Village

    15 Feng Shui and Road Works at Tong Fuk Village,

    South Lantau, in 1958

    16 The New Territories Twenty Years Ago:

    From the Notebooks of a District Officer

    Bibliography of Works by Dr James Hayes,

    compiled by Colin Day

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