Konsep Feng Sui pada Tata Ruang Hunian Komunitas Cina Hakka di Kelurahan Lumut, Kecamatan Belinyu, Kabupaten Bangka Fengsui Concept of Settlement Pattern of Hakka Chinese Community located in Lumut village, Belinyu district, in Bangka region

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Muhamad Nofri Fahrozi

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This article discusses the early settlement of Chinese Hakka communities in the context of the colonial mining industry both micro, meso and macro in the Chinese community living in Lumut village, Belinyu district, Bangka region, in Bangka Province Belitung. The problem to be solved was about the patterns in the old houses in Lumut village, and various possibilities of indications of the concept of Chinese geomancy applied in the pattern of the three hamlets in the village of Lumut. This study uses reason for thinking from views on landscapes in the understanding of post-processual flows. In this understanding, there was a concept of "taskscape" proposed by Ingold, which essentially is the concept which underlies the various uniqueness of living space inhabited by humans. The results showed that the concept of Fengshui which was seemed to have been lost in fact was not abandoned but rather it changed. The change in the way of this community is to interpret the source of energy ch'i as their main goal in implementing the concept of Fengshui.

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Nofri Fahrozi, M. . (2021). Konsep Feng Sui pada Tata Ruang Hunian Komunitas Cina Hakka di Kelurahan Lumut, Kecamatan Belinyu, Kabupaten Bangka: Fengsui Concept of Settlement Pattern of Hakka Chinese Community located in Lumut village, Belinyu district, in Bangka region. PURBAWIDYA: Jurnal Penelitian Dan Pengembangan Arkeologi, 10(1), 119–136. https://doi.org/10.24164/pw.v10i1.401
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