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当维吾尔女性的面纱遭遇中国民族同化政策

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发表于 8-10-2014 17:50:45 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
Dan Levin, 当维吾尔女性的面纱遭遇中国民族同化政策. 纽约时报中文网, Aug 10, 2014
cn.nytimes.com/china/20140810/c10uighurs/

, which is translated from

Dan Levin, Veils Emerge as sign of Uighur Protest in China; Limits on religious dress and practices draw anger, even among assimilated women. New York Times, Aug 8, 2014/

Quote:

“Though some Uighur women cover their hair and faces for religious reasons, a growing number appear to be embracing the practice as a gesture of quiet defiance [against Beijing]. ‘Whenever I go home to Xinjiang [from Beijing, where she works and lives], I wear a head scarf to show that I cherish my culture,’ said Luna, the business translator.

“Just as there are women in other countries who see the veil as a symbol of female repression, some Uighur women reject the conservative religious traditions of their ethnic group.

Note:
(a) “At a popular night market here in Urumqi, the capital of the Xinjiang region, women in black burqas hawk fake designer undergarments next to stalls doing a brisk business in bluejeans and silk head scarves decorated with the Louis Vuitton logo. One scarf vendor, her face framed by a yellow hijab, explained the concealment of her hair as an act of piety. ‘Allah tells us women to be modest, so we cover up,’ she said.”
(i) burqa
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burqa
(Burqa is an Arabized Persian word of purda (parda) meaning curtain and veil, which have the same meaning in Persian)
(ii) hijab
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hijab
(covers the head and chest; The term hijab in Arabic literally means “a screen or curtain” and is used in the Qur'an to refer to a partition)

(b) Project Beauty  靓丽工程
(c) “Rahile DAWUT, director of the Xinjiang Folklore Research Center at Xinjiang University in Urumqi”

乌鲁木齐的新疆大学新疆民俗文化研究中心主任 热依拉·达吾提

Both (b) and (c) is based on cn.nytimes.com.
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