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Tongzhi

Politics of Same-Sex Eroticism in Chinese Societies (Haworth Press Human Sexuality)

by Wah-Shan Chou

  • 254 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Haworth Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sexuality,
  • Human Sexuality,
  • Gay Studies,
  • Social Science,
  • Gender Studies,
  • Sociology,
  • Lesbian Studies,
  • Ethnic Studies - General,
  • China,
  • Homosexuality

  • The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary Binding
    Number of Pages343
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8614248M
    ISBN 10156023153X
    ISBN 109781560231530

    In Tongzhi Living, Tiantian Zheng provides a timely contribution to the ethnography of Tongzhi, the Chinese term referring to same-sex-attracted men in contemporary, postsocialist, h engagements with Tongzhi in various locations such as cruising parks, bathhouses, Tongzhi bars, NGOs, as well as hospitals, Zheng presents a complex picture of . Tongzhi Living | Tongzhi, which translates into English as "same purpose" or "same will," was once widely used to mean "comrade." Since the s, the word has been appropriated by the LGBT community in China and now refers to a broad range of people who do not espouse i Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community .

    Ibis Changchun Tongzhi Street Hotel This neighborhood is a great choice for travelers interested in food, nature and street food – Check location No. Tongzhi Street Chaoyang District Changchun City, Chaoyang, Changchun, China – This neighborhood is a great choice for travelers interested in food, nature and street food – Check location Excellent location – show /10(7). Get this from a library! Chinese male homosexualities: memba, tongzhi, and golden boy. [Travis Kong] -- "This is a stunning empirical study of sexual worlds that are rarely associated with China, and a highly creative synthesis of the sociology of sexuality and queer theory. A powerful book .

    Tongzhi, which translates into English as "same purpose" or "same will," was once widely used to mean "comrade." Since the s, the word has been appropriated by the LGBT community in China and now refers to a broad range of people who do not espouse i Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men . The book concludes that different gay male identities – such as the conspicuously consuming memba in Hong Kong, the urban tongzhi, the 'money boy' in China and the feminised 'golden boy' in London – emerge in different locations, and are all caught up in the transnational flow of queer cultures which are at once local and global.


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Tiantian Zheng is the author and co-author of eight books and professor of anthropology at the State University of New York, Cortland. Tiantian Zheng's book Red Lights (University of Minnesota Press, ) was the winner of the Sara A. Whaley Book Prize from the National Women’s Studies Association.

Her book Ethnographies of Prostitution in Contemporary China Cited by: Tongzhi book. Tongzhi Living: Men Attracted to Men in Postsocialist China by Zheng, Tiantian and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Tongzhi Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan city of Dalian in northeast China.

Based on ethnographic fieldwork by Tiantian Zheng, the book reveals an array of coping mechanisms developed by tongzhi men in response to rapid social, cultural, and political.

Tongzhi book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book describes in detail the evolution of homosexual life and culture i /5.

Book Description: Tongzhi, which translates into English as "same purpose" or "same will," was once widely used to mean "comrade."Since the s, the word has been appropriated by the LGBT community in China and now refers to a broad range of people who do not espouse heteronormativity. Tongzhi (Chinese: 同志; pinyin: tóngzhì) is the Chinese word for "comrade" (the literal meaning of the characters is "same will" or "same purpose").It has taken on various meanings in various contexts since the 20th century.

The term was introduced into Vernacular Chinese by Sun Yat-sen as a way of describing his ing the establishment of the People's Republic of Chinese: 同志.

Tongzhi, Wade-Giles romanization T’ung-chih, personal name (xingming) Zaichun, posthumous name (shi) Yidi, temple name (miaohao) (Qing) Muzong, (born ApBeijing, China—died Jan. 12,Beijing), reign name (niaohao) of the eighth emperor (reigned –/75) of the Qing dynasty (–/12), during whose reign occurred a short.

Tongzhi Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan city of Dalian in northeast China. Based on ethnographic fieldwork by Tiantian Zheng, the book reveals an array of coping mechanisms developed by tongzhi men in response to rapid social, cultural, and political Cited by: 7.

Tongzhi: Politics of Same-Sex Eroticism in Chinese Societies examines Chinese societies where the family-kinship system, rather than sexuality, is taken as the basis of an individual's identity. With Tongzhi, you will come to understand the. Politics of Same-Sex Eroticism in Chinese Societies. Tongzhi.

DOI link for Tongzhi. Tongzhi book. Politics of Same-Sex Eroticism in Chinese Societies. By Edmond J Coleman, Wah-Shan Chou. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 5 September Pub. location New : Edmond J Coleman, Wah-Shan Chou. The last stand of Chinese conservatism: the Tʻung-chih restoration, = Tongzhi zhong xing by Mary C Wright (Book); The marriage of the Emperor of China, at Peking on the 16th October by L.

M Fay (). The book offers unique perspectives by presenting primary accounts of the creative and multi-faceted strategies that activists and community organizers have developed in their various activities.

As a whole it offers invaluable insights into sexual and gender diversity in China today. Queer/Tongzhi China thus breathes as it speaks. Tongzhi Literary Group 同志文學小組, Hong Kong. likes 1 talking about this.

The Tongzhi Literary Group (TLG) promotes LGBTIQ writing in Hong Kong by creating a forum for writers and readers to ers: Tongzhi Emperor was born on Ap in Beijing, present China.

Education On Novemat the age of five (6 sui), Emperor Tongzhi formally ascended to the throne. Tongzhi, which translates into English as "same purpose" or "same will," was once widely used to mean "comrade." Since the s, the word has been appropriated by the LGBT community in China and now refers to a broad range of people who do not espouse i Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community Author: Tiantian Zheng.

Throughout the book, Bao deploys a wonderfully eclectic approach, marshaling what he calls an ‘engaged ethnography’ of local history (as in his research for chapter 2 on Shanghai’s gay scene, for example) and linguistics (as in his historically-situated study of the etymologies of terms like tongzhi and tongxinglian) for chapter 3.

Bao. Tongzhi: Politics of Same-Sex Eroticism in Chinese Societies examines Chinese societies where the family-kinship system, rather than sexuality, is taken as the basis of an individual's identity. With Tongzhi, you will come to understand the variations of same-sex erotica in different Chinese societies.

Examining past and present treatment of the subject, including instances of 5/5(1). Tongzhi shows how culture influences identity and demonstrates how you can develop relevant strategies for successful activist movements.

Discussing political movements for gay/lesbian/bisexual rights and the societal implications of same-sex eroticism, this intelligent book provides you with a clear understanding of the attitudes toward and Brand: Taylor And Francis.

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Tongzhi: Politics of Same-Sex Eroticism in Chinese Societies examines Chinese societies where the family-kinship system, rather than sexuality, is taken as the basis of an individual's identity.

With Tongzhi, you will come to understand the variations of Price: $. Tongzhi Living, the first study of its kind, offers insights into the community of same-sex-attracted men in the metropolitan city of Dalian in northeast China. Based on ethnographic fieldwork by Tiantian Zheng, the book reveals an array of coping mechanisms developed by tongzhi men in response to rapid social, cultural, and political Brand: University of Minnesota Press.

Zheng’s book maps out a territory where economic differences, social stratifications, and political discourses constantly shape and reshape “tongzhi living” (the lived experiences of same-sex attracted men in China). The book starts with a brief historical review of same-sex desire in China, from imperial and republican periods to the Author: John Wei.Most Chinese regard tongzhi with contempt, seeing them as akin to traitors.

The title of this book emphasizes the importance of the postsocialist nature of Chinese society to understanding this minority. Extreme inequality permeates contemporary China, making class consciousness a major factor in the personal identity of individual tongzhi.