New Perspectives on the Research of Chinese Culture by Longxi Zhang (auth.), Pei-kai Cheng, Ka Wai Fan (eds.)

By Longxi Zhang (auth.), Pei-kai Cheng, Ka Wai Fan (eds.)

This quantity comprises top of the range articles, initially released in chinese language within the chinese language magazine Jiuzhou Xuelin [Chinese Cultural Quarterly] and new articles written on specified invitation through verified students within the box. The subject matter of the amount is 'New views on learn of chinese language Culture', introducing the newest tendencies and new advancements within the learn into chinese language background, humanities, track and geography. The articles are written by way of recognized students within the box who learn chinese language tradition from a number of new views adopting various learn methods.

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And the bulk of the pottery found is of the corded coarse type, indicating continuity from the Early Neolithic (Li 1996, 1997). That cultivation may have been kept at a low level in Neolithic Hong Kong is supported by more recent phytolith research. At several sites in Guangxi, evidences of rice cultivation belonging to the Middle/Late Neolithic are found (Jiang et al. A Site Catchment Analysis of Hong Kong’s Neolithic Subsistence 39 2000; Zhao et al. 2005). Similar evidence has also been identified at the Sha Ha site in Hong Kong of the Late Neolithic (Lu et al.

On the other hand, however, the above isotopic analytical results also imply that low proportion of terrestrial food value may not mean little consumption of land foods in the diet. Fishermen can have high intake of land foods. Today’s highly specialized boat people—pure fishermen—in South China rely heavily on farmers to support them with land products for daily life. For example, the boat people of Hong Kong mainly eat rice, vegetables and fishes for food (Anderson 1970). If the above-mentioned Sham Wan, Pui O or Chek Lap Kok people of the modern or historical times were more land-based than these boat people, they should have at least the same, probably higher, intake of terrestrial foods than the boat people.

Sham Wan Village, 3. Chung Hom Wan, 4. Long kwu Tan, 5. Sha Lao Wan, 6. Hai Dei Wan, 7. Sha Lao Tong Wan, 8. Sham Wan, 9. Fu Tei, 10. Fa Peng Deng, 11. Tung Wan, 12. Tung Wang Sai North, 13. Pa Tau Kwu, 14. Tai Long, 15. Sha Chau, 16. Lo So Shing, 17. Ngkayuen18. Caotngwan, 19. Man Kwo Tsui, 20. Shek Kok Tsui, 21. Pa Mong, 22. Tai Kwai Wan, 23. Po Yue Wan, 24. Siu A Chau, 25. Sha Po Tsuen, 26. Hedishan, 27. Dongu Wan PSC of Individual Sites Analysis on an individual site catchment explores the potential, not the actual, resources of the site.

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