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Ming-Feng Liu (劉名峰)

period. Thus, the translocal solidarity of Quemoy emigrant with their hometown may not wane, but transform, since their attachment to the land varies because of the double movement. In order to elucidate what is happening in Quemoy and the effect to its translocal community in term of locals’ bond with

steppe of Central Asia and Mongolia, the Middle East and China. He suggests that the horizontal gravestones were not common in Chinese practice; rather, they were usually designed for Nestorian Christians and Muslims (pp. 190–96). Chapter 8 is a contextualized study of Nestorian culture in Inner Mongolia