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    Title: 日本統治下の香港 : 日本文化の植付けを中心に─
    Other Titles: 日本統治下的香港 : 以日本文化的移植為中心
    Hong Kong under Japanese occupation 1941-1945 : the transplantation of Japanese culture
    Authors: 曾香屏;Tsang, Heung-Ping
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本語文學系碩士班
    劉長輝;Liou, Charng-Huei
    Keywords: 三年零八個月;日本佔領時期的香港;日本文化;大東亞共榮圈;文化移植;文化政策;Hong Kong under Japanese occupation;Japanese culture;日本占領時期の香港;大東亜共栄圏;文化の植え付け
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2014-01-23 13:15:03 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 1941年12月25日至1945年8月15日這三年零八個月,是香港被日軍統治的黑暗時期。對當時的香港居民來說,這可算是人生中最悲慘的歲月。
    During the three years and eight months of Japanese occupation, from December 25, 1941 through August 15, 1945, it was so called the “Dark Age” in Hong Kong and can be regarded as the most tragic period of Hong Kong residents.
    The Japan military force governed the Hong Kong to the extent that all the people must absolutely obey the rules set the Japanese. In order to rationalize the invasion, Japan propagandized the slogan “Greatest East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere” as well as, transplanted the Japanese culture to Asia countries. They implemented the “Japanization” policy to outstanding the superiority of their culture and militarism. They also attempted to brain-wash the people asking them to pledge allegiance to their Emperor and obey the aggressive goal of “Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere”.
    This thesis firstly reveals the attempt of Japan’s invasion. Secondly explores how Japanese culture penetrated into Hong Kong based on the issue of “Wah Kiu Yat Po”. Lastly examines what was the reaction of Hong Kong residents when ruled by Japanese, how Japanese culture faded and retained after World War II.
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