Chinese Muslim Women in the Virtual Community: Identity, Expression and Empowerment

TING MA, Romlah binti Romli, Nik Adzrieman Abdul Rahman


The voiceless situation of Chinese Muslim women has not changed much from ancient China to modern China. However, the development of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) is helping to create the possibility for collective expression of Chinese Muslim women. This paper investigates how Chinese Muslim women empower their Muslim identities through their off-line lives and the online community.

Keywords: Empowerment, Chinese Muslim women, Virtual Community

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