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Global Asia Studies
Course Code
GASA02H3
Professor
Libbie Mills

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Lecture 7
Homes
The importance and the meaning of home
Reading 7.1 the idea of home shift around
Restrictions of what can and cant do
Reading 7.2
Memory of Tibet from an interviewee
Houses are identity of a culture
It is a shelter to go out and come in, temporary or permanent
Principals are different from parts to other parts
Not easy for later generations to understand
China
1.Layout of traditional house, siheyuan
has a form that serves as a template for guiding and marking both the behaviour
and the values of the family that lives within its walls’
2.Fengshui
3.Ornament to ward off harm and invite good fortune
Connecting the past, present, and future
Fengshui (wind and water)
Yin sites Yang sites
PassivityActivity
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Lecture 7 Homes The importance and the meaning of home Reading 7.1 the idea of home shift around Restrictions of what can and cant do Reading 7.2 Memory of Tibet from an interviewee Houses are identity of a culture It is a shelter to go out and come in, temporary or permanent Principals are different from parts to other parts Not easy for later generations to understand China 1. Layout of traditional house, s
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