Mazu


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Mazu

(ˈmæˈzuː)
n
(Placename) the Pinyin transliteration of the Chinese name for Matsu
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Registered Nationals whose domicile are in Kinmen, Mazu and Penghu may submit original and valid multiple enter/exit permit of Taiwan area instead.
The message accompanied a video highlighting Tsai's participation in this year's Mazu pilgrimage procession.
The temple is dedicated to Matsu (Mazu), the Chinese sea goddess and one of the most important deities in the island nation.
The Manila Police District-Traffic Enforcement Unit (MPD-TEU) will be implementing the 'stop-and-go' scheme during the two-day procession of the image of Mazu, a Chinese sea goddess.
The Manila Police District-Traffic Enforcement Unit (MPD-TEU) announced on Friday the routes that the devotees will take for the procession of the image of the Chinese goddess 'Mazu' to guide motorists who will be affected by the expected slow traffic flow.
To sample the seafood goods, we first tried Mazu Seaside Diner.
"They would bring out machetes and I would get on my knees and apologize and they would let it go," said Ogounidje Tange Mazu, from Togo.
"They would bring out machetes and I would get on my knees and apologise and they would let it go," said Ogounidje Tange Mazu, from Togo.
Karant-Nunn examines emotional expression in the light of manuscript illustrations of Elector August I of Saxony's funeral, and Ronnie Po-Chia Hsia explores ritual aspects of the cult of Mazu, protectress of seafarers, encountered by Jesuit missionaries to China.
Platforms that do not provide more power back to the people will experience a strong push back," says Janice Taylor, CEO of Mazu. She and others fear that social media is quickly reaching a breaking point.
Transnational financial, commercial, and cultural-religious ties also help "cement connections" and "forge new relationships that have transformed the various ethnic Chinese communities across national boundaries." Mayfair Yang (2004) studies how satellite and cable television and the Internet recorded the Taiwan Mazu pilgrimage to Meizhou Island by China and Taiwan in 2000, problematizing Chinese cultural integration with telecommunication technology.
(25) Lineages and connections among lineage temples may also reach from China to Southeast Asian countries and beyond (Salmon and Calanca 2015), and among Taoist deities the goddess Mazu enjoys transnational links (Sidharta 2015).