By Limusishiden (Le Dechun) with Charles Kevin Stuart
Limusishiden (Li Dechun 李得春) with Charles Kevin Stuart. 2010. Mongghulni Jilaguni Da Adal. [Mongghul stories and Lives]. Asian Highlands views quantity eight. Xining urban: Plateau Publications.
Limusishiden (b. 1968) describes his lived stories and memories on the topic of language, schooling, conventional ideals, and folklore; presents info of his mom and dad, 3 paternal aunts, and paternal grandparents' lives; describes Tughuan (Tuguan 土官) Village; and experiences on a trip to Jija Nuri (Jijialing 吉家岭) Village in 2007 and its fast cultural transformation, offering designated insights into Mongghul (Tu 土; Monguor) lifestyles in Huzhu 互助 Mongghul self sustaining County, Haidong 海东 area, Qinghai 青海 Province, PR China within the 20th and early twenty-first centuries.
This very important account of Tuguan Village and the encompassing parts brings a richly textured wisdom of the 20th century lived event of this multi-ethnic neighborhood. For Tibetan reports particularly, the Tu/ Mongghul international has frequently been assumed to were a Tibetan Buddhist international; Mongghul incarnations of the Lcang skya and Tukwuan (Tuguan) Lamas are mistakenly mentioned as if they have been no varied than ethnic Tibetans. Dr. Limusishiden's narrative makes transparent that the realm below the keep an eye on of the Tuguan lama was once incredibly Mongghul. expectantly, Tibetan students will discover what this could let us know concerning the targeted contributions of this ethnicity to Tibetan non secular literature and existence (they stay lively in Tibetan Buddhist monasteries today). different interesting points of this research comprise the demographics, together with sparse human populations threatened through wolves within the zone as past due because the Nineteen Forties; and the social lives of the neighborhood, particularly the main points of marital relatives, the tricky lives of ladies, and the cloth and oral tradition of the sector. a superb learn and a becoming tribute to the reminiscence of this significant student and physician. grey Tuttle, Leila Hadley Luce Assistant Professor of recent Tibetan reviews, Columbia University
Mongghul thoughts and Lives is a distinct paintings of auto-ethnography penned by means of a member of the Mongghul (Tu) ethnic team of northwest China. via own narrative, anecdote, and rigorous annotation, Dr. Limusishiden relates the family members folklore of a number of generations of his kinfolk, intertwining minute descriptions of neighborhood customs and function genres with illuminating slices of family tree and oral historical past. Spanning pivotal many years of person and cultural ameliorations, this richly illustrated account is a source for destiny generations of Mongghul humans and provides non-locals designated entry to a dynamic society situated on the crossroads of numerous cultures. Mark Bender, The Ohio nation University
Mongghul thoughts and Lives is a superbly eclectic mixture of autobiography, ethnography, relatives heritage, and descriptive sociolinguistics. The honesty of the simple story-telling reaches around the temporal and cultural divide, bringing into simple view a global no longer recognized to so much readers of English. One can't yet be awed through the account of 'rich guy' Grandfather's stories with the chinese, and the chinese language nation. during this tale, but in addition present in many others within the textual content, the grand flows of old swap wash opposed to the lived human situation. Keith Dede, Lewis & Clark College
This extraordinary memoir of the interior Asian borderlands encompasses a wealthy ethnography of a humans and tradition at the cusp of significant financial and social switch. Limusishiden and Kevin Stuart have captured an actual checklist of Tu faith, life, and kinship buildings. The undertaking comprises descriptions of family members relatives, loved ones existence, calendrical and lifestyles cycle rituals. it's rigorously annotated and is an authoritative source for college kids and students of conventional Asia. Paul Nietupski, John Carroll collage, Cleveland, Ohio
Ne pujiuri, ndani qinsangni lurijiri zui shdehada taiya aadee aaneehgini guseera kurija. Tensa muxiguni dii nigiijida budahgi sunishidaji gua amahgiingi yiiha. Ndahgini aadee mudeguni luanniijinada ndahgide ganni aaba aamahgina amahgiingi yiiguni budahgidi bu jilaji zangda kileji guigu tigiinga. Hgengiini muni aaba kilesanna jida ganda shduguhgini sgaji gua jang ne Nansan Badii pujiiha. Nansan Badiini muni aaba tailaji hugughawa gina. Aadee da aaneeni budahgi hudu jilani.
Muni aaba xuutang udeda ruaji gua, Qidari ugo gulesada haran kidi nesilaja. Nigeha kunni zhunzhuu, darang sgilini saini. Huina qinsangni ne fulunra gharighawa, sghan rmaangi hguaji ghuji gui, kudu nanhan, mulasla luan tinga sghan adalgida l. a. shdaji gua. Huinog ne ganni bulaihgini pujiu muxi ghara, yiiguadi gunzu yiigu dii yiisge xjiribu adalgi laja. Aaba gan mulasladina ne diidangma Mongghul amahgiingi yiiguni bulaihgidina kijeedinida guleji ghuangi nda ne pujiuni jiurigura hudu yangla shdaja. Aaba jiu tigiinga qi ganla kijeeda handilasa tangxanima jiu kijeedinida ayilidi amakija, ndani qinsangdi nensa muxi amakija tigiina. Ne yiiguala ne huina bu Limusishiden ne Mongghulni jiurigura yangla shdaxja. Hgali ginii muni jinqangii aaba buda mulaslahgidini ganni Mongghulni gule boxi shdagura.
Ghoori menghan fanni huinasa Mongghulni yiiguala bu jilagunsala biilasa yiiguala buraji xna: deelna musilidijin quundina, kunhgi kuduna banka yang nige ghajarishdi xna, yerishdi lalang kun yiiguala ghada ghari xna. Mulahgi ghada dagunla yiiguala tannilida guura szaribatinla jiihunlana. Tinga Mongghul ugoni gulejin dii nige ghoori guseeni kunha shbinzi quundiguna. Haran fansa muxi muulasa Mongghulni yiiguala buragunagisa sgilisa chukiji yiidighana. Niumalang muulasa dii jiu tigii logga, kenmada dangla adaguna ne Mongghulni buragura. Tinga do jiu muulaguni shdasa maliihan mudejin, lailasanhgini nigiiji hura boxiya ginii! Buda jiu tigangi shdaguna.
Ne pujiuni ndani qinsangni Yinyiila jiuriji ne Mongghuldi duralajinhgidi jangjiungi kuji gharigha shdasachuanggiji muulanii! Amagagisa bu Mongghulwa darang Tughuan kunna.
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When the noodles were ready, two women brought a basin of qiizi, stirred and slightly tossed the noodles into the air above the basin with a rolling pin, and began singing the qiizi song. The song praised the bride-taker in coming to take the bride and concluding the marriage. They asked the bride-taker many questions in song and the bride-taker responded in song. Afterwards, the women took the basin back to the kitchen, ending the qiizi song performance. Next, the bride-taker, matchmakers, and other participants ate noodles and joyfully made merriment.
Jiraqog's Tibetan husband, Lamuduriji (1942-1995), spoke fluent Tibetan. However, his family members now speak the local Chinese dialect, except when using certain Tibetan kinship terms to address each other. Jiraqog speaks to her children only in Mongghul at home while her husband spoke to them in the local Chinese dialect. Consequently, all the children understand Mongghul but speak only in local Chinese dialect in and outside the home. They do not speak Tibetan. Jiraqog gave birth to four children after marrying her Tibetan husband.
The rooms on the west side of our home compound were for my elder uncle, Limujansan (1938-1994), and his immediate family; the rooms on the 6 The complex cultural and linguistic background of those classified as Tu has been explored in recent publications. See, for example, the new introductions in the 2006 republication of Schram (1954-1961). •48• northeast were for my grandparents, younger uncle (Limuduriji, b. 1952), and aunts; and the three south rooms were for Father (Limuzhunmaa, b. 1942), Mother, me, and my siblings.
ASIAN HIGHLANDS PERSPECTIVES Volume 8: Mongghulni Jilaguni Da Adal [Mongghul Memories and Lives] by Limusishiden (Le Dechun) with Charles Kevin Stuart