Wildlife in Asia: Cultural Perspectives

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INDEX
The page numbers in bold refer to illustrations
a
Abashiri 75
abhayadana40-1
Aboriginal Malays 194-7 , 200 , 201 , 202
Achenese 187
adat149-50 , 158
Agta 172-5
ahimsa (non-violence) 5-6 , 116-117 , 139-140
Akita 239
Anderson, E. N. 5 , 90 , 91 , 92 , 97
Anderson, John 189 , 190
animals, Chinese definition of 16-21
antelope 36
Arikawa 75-6 , 83
asiatic lions 208 , 211 , 213 , 217
Assam 211
Ayukawa 75-6 , 80 , 81 , 82 , 84 , 85 n8

b
Bakels, Jet 8-9 , 147-64
Bali 4 , 187
Bangladesh 1
Barros, João de 196
Batak 187
bears 5 , 10 , 23 , 92 , 137 , 138 , 139 , 185 , 186 , 196 , 202 , 243 , 248 , 250 n11
Bengal 208 , 211 , 216 , 218 , 224
Bhutan 2 , 8 , 131-45
Bihar 211 , 219
Bird-David, Nurit 147 , 161
blackbucks 212
blowpipes 190 , 191 , 196 , 198 , 199
Boers, J. W. 192
Bombay 210 , 213-14 , 215
Boomgaard, Peter 147 , 157 , 185-206 ,
Bonai 170
Borneo 170
bow and arrow 190
Buddhism 3 , 4 , 5-6 , 7 , 9-10 , 97 , 104 ;
in Bhutan 131 , 133-4 , 139 , 142 ;
in Japan 67-9 , 77 ;
in Thailand 116 , 117 ;
in Tibet 37-44 , 45 , 46-51
Burma 4

c
Chapple, Christopher 3 , 5-6 , 117
Chiba, Tokuji 68 , 234 , 238 , 239
China 15-31 , 36 , 46 , 49 , 79 , 88 , 89 , 92 , 93 , 95 , 98 , 104 , 241
Chinese animal zodiac 4
Chinese cuisine 90-1
Chinese diaspora 91
Chinese pharmacopoeia 91-2
civet cats 213
coconut palms 113-14 , 118
Coimbatore 211
Confucianism 20
Confucius 17 , 28 , 30
Corbett, Jim 215 , 216 , 222 , 223
crocodiles 25-6 , 160 , 162 n16, 213-14
Curzon, Lady 222
Curzon, Lord 213

d
Dalai Lama 44 , 46 , 47 , 48 , 49-50
deer 36 , 60 , 97 , 137 , 139 , 140 , 151 , 152 , 161 ;
excess numbers of 250 n10;
as pests 243
Doctrine of Signatures 96 , 106-7 n9
Dolphin and Whale Action Network 80
dolphins 2 , 7 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 82 , 83-4 ;
compassion for 83 , 84 ;
dolphinaria 79
domestication 178 , 179-80
Dongen, G. J.van 192-3 , 203 n16-19
Donovan, Deanna 7-8 , 88-111
dukun152-4 , 159

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