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Bento is not just a meal in Japan. Immersed in Japanese food culture, the ready-to-eat lunch box has more cultural than edible functions as it symbolizes a governmental ideology that attempts to portray Japanese women’s lives as wives and mothers. Additionally, bento has become an important tool...
The “Code for Officials of the Rear Palace” (Kōkyū shiki-in ryō) in the Yōrō Law Codes lists twelve bureaucratic offices held by women in the imperial court. The most prominent of these offices, naishi no kami (Director of the Palace Retainer’s Office) was held exclusively by women of the...
Inner World of Drifting Chinese People: Narrative Functions of Motifs in Peter Ho-sun Chan’s Love TrilogyDownload
This thesis focuses on the narrative functions of motifs in Peter Ho-sun Chan’s love trilogy films on drifting Chinese people since the 1980s. The examination of object/setting motifs in Chapter One contributes to the understanding of character-traits. Chapter Two especially discusses the use of...