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Winnie Tang

’s ethnolinguistic identity allows them to take on a self-assessed identity as Hong Kong Chinese American, positioning themselves as bicultural people. To conclude, I was particularly struck with the notion of the “changing same” in Davis’s ( 2011 : 93) work on multiple displacements and palimpsestic diasporas

Lifeng Han

generating mutual identification and pride in being a member of the cultural complex. After the ephemeral event was over, its legend lingered. Mount Tai stands as a reminder forever. Mount Tai as a Palimpsest of Inscribed Symbols During Zhenzong’s imperial pilgrimage to Mount Tai, the state sought at