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標題: 中秋烤肉-論戰後中秋節俗活動的變遷
The Barbecue in Moon Festival: Discussing the Social Change of Moon Festival Activities
作者: 王志宇
Chih-Yu Wang
關鍵字: 中秋節;工業化;烤肉;社會變遷;旅遊;moon festival;barbecue;industrialize;social change;tourism
Project: 興大人文學報, Issue 52, Page(s) 93-110.
The Moon Festival is a Chinese traditional holiday that was brought to Taiwan by the immigrants. Local Taiwanese gazetteers refer to numerous Moon-Festival-related activities such as admiring the full moon, eating moon cake, drinking wine, and placing bets on the moon cake. During the period of the Japanese colonization of Taiwan, many Western concepts were imported into the country. Part of this was the Japanese government's drive to encourage the Taiwanese to engage in travel. While travelling, the Taiwanese started to admire the full moon in parks and on steam boats. This had a clear effect on Moon Festival activities. In fact, after 1945, boat trips just to view the full moon emerged into the local scene. Still later, under the effect of industrialization, villagers started to move into the city. This set the stage for more changes to the Moon Festival activities. For the migrants who craved the warm feeling of home, barbecuing turned out to be the easiest and most suitable social activity to bring people together. In only ten years, the Moon Festival barbecue made its mark on the Taiwanese way of life as we now know it.

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