Local Food and Meanings in Contemporary China: The Case of Southwest Hubei

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Wu, Xu; Arriola, Carmen;
(2015)
  • Publisher: El Colegio de México A.C.
  • Subject: China | significados | zonas étnicas | Comida local (hezha) | restaurantes

Resumen Este artículo se enfoca en la comida local y los significados asociados en el área étnica de China central, y está basado en trabajos de campo realizados en la prefectura de Enshi, una prefectura tujia-miao autónoma que se encuentra en el suroeste de la provinci... View more
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