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Charisma and Compassion: Cheng Yen and the Buddhist Tzu Chi Movement (review)

Charisma and Compassion: Cheng Yen and the Buddhist Tzu Chi Movement (review) 68 ChinaReviewInternational:Vol.18,No.1,2011 to thisdissertationtomakeitanacceptablemonograph.Initspresentform,it disappoints. GeneCooper Gene Cooper is a professor of anthropology at the University of Southern California. His most recent research has been on rural Chinese market and temple fairs, Chinese popular culture, and popular religion. C.JuliaHuang.Charisma and Compassion: Cheng Yen and the Buddhist Tzu Chi Movement.Cambridge,MA:HarvardUniversityPress,2009.ix, 341pp.Hardcover$49.95,isbn978-0-674-03133-3. Huang'sfascinatingandwide-rangingbook,thefirstfull-lengthbookonthe importantTzuChiBuddhistmovement,waslongoverdue.Thisbookprovidesa much-neededin-depthlookatthefounder,development,organizationalstructure, andcultureofthelargestandarguablymostinnovativeBuddhistorganizationin Taiwan.Itdoesmuchmorethanthat--HuangalsoexaminesboththeglobalizationofthisBuddhistmovementandhowtheorganization'sdevelopmentinteractedwithTaiwan'sdemocratizationandtheemergenceofitscivil/NGOsector. ThebookisanimportantcontributiontoourunderstandingofnotonlyTzuChi, butalsoofreligiousdevelopmentsinChinesesocietiesanddiasporas.These contributionsnotwithstanding,Ifeelthatthebooktriestodotoomuch.Some of thetheoreticalargumentswerenotfullypersuasive,andthebookopensitself uptoquestionsitleavesunanswered.Thus,whilethebookisinvaluableforanyone interestedinlearningmoreaboutTzuChiandTaiwan'slatetwentieth- centuryculturalandsocialdevelopmentsspecifically,itsbroaderappealismore limited. Thebookisambitious.Itaimstodothreethings:describethemovementasa "charismaticcult";developabetterunderstandingofcharisma,particularlyculturaldifferencesandtheimportanceofemotionandcorporeality;andexplore issuesofglobalizationandre-territorializationinthisTaiwanesemovement.To theseends,eachoftheeightchaptersdescribesdifferentfacetsoftheorganization. Thefirstseveralchaptersconnecttothethemeofcharisma,whilethelatterones pickupthethemeofglobalization. Thefirstfourchaptersfocusonillustratingandexplainingthecharismaofthe leadertheVenerableChengYen,howitisexperiencedbyfollowers,andhowitis routinizedthroughtheorganization.Chapter1introducestheleader'spersonal © 2012 by University of Hawai`i Press Reviews 69 history,thefoundingoftheorganization,howhercharismaisunderstoodbyher followers,andhowtheorganizationpromotesthischarisma.Chapter2tacklesone aspectofroutinization,describingindetailthecomplexorganizationofTzuChi, includingitsmissionbureausandthedifferentrolesforlayparticipants.Huang arguesthatTzuChicombinesacharismaticcult(thelayreligiousorganization) andasuccessfulmoderncharitablenonprofitorganization,yetbotharestill unequivocallyunderthepersonaldirectionofthefounder.Chapter3looksat anotheraspectofroutinization.Huangarguesthattwoprocessesofcirculation serveasmechanismstotransmitandrenewthecharismaticconnection.Thefirst processistheleader'sregulartoursofbranchesaroundTaiwan;thesecond involvesavarietyofretreatsinwhichlaypeopleofdifferentaffiliationswithTzu ChicometotheAbode--theorganization'sspiritualheart.ThischaptersuccessfullyillustratesHuang'sargumentthattheseretreatscreateliminalstatesthat producebothcommunitasandnewindividualself-understandings.Finally,chapter 4examinestwopracticesthatarefairlyuniquetoTzuChiinTaiwan'sBuddhist field:weepingandmusicalcorporeality(signlanguagesong).Huangarguesthat theformerrepresentsanecstaticreaction(oftentotheleader'scharisma),while thelatterrepresentsaneffortbytheorganizationtochannelfollowers'emotional resonanceintoastructuredperformance. Chapter5,whilenotdirectlyaddressingtheissueofcharisma,continuesthe descriptionofTzuChithroughacasestudyofthedevelopmentandactivitiesof thelocalTzuChichapterofDalinincentralTaiwan.Thechaptertacklesthe question,"whatdoesitmeantobeaTzuChiperson(alayfollower)ineveryday life?"Itpresentsrichandkeenlyanalyticaldiscussionsofhowgenderstructures individualpractices,thebodilydisciplinethatplaysalargepartindefiningaTzu Chiperson,challengestoTzuChiinvolvement,andeventhehistoricaldevelopmentoftheDalinchapter. TheremainingthreechaptersstepbacktolookatTzuChi'splacesinTaiwan's democratizingandglobalizingsociety.Chapter6,"AGenealogyofNGOness,"is, insomeways,themostcomplexchapterinthebook.HuanglooksatNGOnessas aculturalconstructwithitsownhistoryandtriestotraceTzuChi'sroleinthat historyinTaiwan.TzuChi'srisespannedtheendofmartiallawanddemocratizationinTaiwan,anditisbyfarthelargestNGOinTaiwan,intermsofbothlay adherentsandfunds.TzuChihas,thus,beenbothacatalystforandaproductof thedevelopmentofNGOsinTaiwan.IthasalsobeenanimportantpartofTaiwan'spositiveself-imageontheglobalstage,despitebeinginvolvedinseveral controversieswithinTaiwan.ThischaptertriestounpackbothTzuChi'srolein thedevelopmentofTaiwan'sdomesticcivilsectorandtherelatedissueofTzuChi's contributiontoTaiwan'sinternationalimage.Theseareveryinterestingand importantquestions,andthechaptermakesstridestowardunderstandingthem. However,Ifeltthatasinglechapterwastooshorttodojusticetothesecomplex questionsandthenuancedhistoricaltrajectoryunderdiscussion.Moreover,the 70 ChinaReviewInternational:Vol.18,No.1,2011 concretefocusonthedifferencebetweentheexperiencesofconstructingTzuChi's firsthospital(beforetheendofmartiallaw)anditssecond(afterdemocratization waswellunderway)containedmuchdistractingdetailandwasnotalwaysclearly connectedtothemainquestionsofthechapter. ThefinaltwochapterslookatseveralaspectsofTzuChiontheglobalstage. Chapter7identifiesthreewaysinwhichTzuChicanbeconsideredglobal:the pluralismofitsrootsindifferent(notonlyChinese)religioustraditions,itscharitablemissionsoutsideofTaiwan,andwhatHuangcallsthe"TzuChiDiaspora"-- itslocalbranchchaptersoflayadherentsoutsideofTaiwan.Thislastsection presentscasestudiesofTzuChibranchesinBoston,NewYork,Tokyo,andPenang andMalaccainMalaysia.Chapter8involvesamorein-depthlookattheMalacca branch.Oneofthebook'smoreinterestingargumentsappearshere:thatTzuChi hasmadeTaiwan(thelocationoftheVenerableChengYen)intothespiritual centerorhomelandnotonlyfortheTaiwanesediaspora,butevenformanynonTaiwaneseoverseasChinesewhobecomeinvolvedinTzuChi. Theexaminationoftheseveraloverseasbranchesisveryinterestingand thought-provoking,but,likechapter6,couldhavebeendevelopedmuchfurther. TheargumentaboutTaiwanasanewreligioushomelandforsomeinthe diverseChinesediasporacouldhavebeentestedandpushedfurtherforimplications.Interestingparallelsarefoundamongthelocallayfollowersindifferent locations(virtuallyalloverseasTaiwaneseorotherethnicChinese)andinthe developmentoftheseveralbranches,butthechapterseemshesitanttodoa focusedcomparison.Moreimportant,thereisnoattempttocomparethecharacteristicsorexperiencesinTzuChiofthediasporafollowerswiththelocal Taiwanesefollowersdescribedmainlyinchapter5.Iwasparticularlystuckby the findingthatmost,ifnotall,diasporafollowershadbeeninvolvedinformal BuddhismbeforeencounteringTzuChi.Thebookdoesnotcommentonwhether thisisalsotrueoflocalTaiwanesefollowers.(Basedonmyownfieldwork,probablynot.) Theabovechaptersummaryonlyhintsatthevariedandrichtopicsand ethnographicportraitsfoundinHuang'sbook.Itoffersmuchtolearnandmany provocativequestionsandclaims.MeasuredagainstHuang'sownstatedaims,it hitsmost,butnotall,ofthenotes.Thedescriptiveaspectofthebookisimpressive andgoesfarbeyondatypicalethnographytoconsiderTzuChi'spoliticalimplicationsandglobalexpansion.AssomeonewhoalsohasdoneresearchwithTzuChi inTaiwan,Icansaythatthedetailsandanalysisrangtrue.Yet,intryingtocover somuchterritory,thebooksometimesseemsdisjointed,whichispartlyduetothe lackofaclearchaptermapintheratherbriefintroduction.Thebook'sforayinto questionsfromglobalizationstudiesisalsoquitesolid. However,thecorequestionsaboutcharismaaredealtwithlesssatisfactorily. Whilethebookdoesshowushowemotionandcorporealityplayintocharisma in theTzuChimovement,thebookfallsshortofitsaimtoaddresspossiblecul- Reviews 71 turaldifferencesincharisma.NowheredoesitexplicitlycontrasttheVenerable ChengYenandTzuChi'sformofcharismawithother(non-Buddhist,nonChinese,male,etc.)formsofreligiouscharisma.Huang'sown2008article addressedthesequestionsmuchmoreadeptly.Asforthefrequentlymentioned issueofroutinization,IhavedoubtsaboutHuang'sclaimsthattheorganization of TzuChihassuccessfullyaccomplishedthis.Althoughthebookthoughtfully demonstratesmanystrategiesforroutinization,itishardtojudgetheirsuccess whiletheVenerableChengYenis stillatthehelm.Thekeyrolesstillplayedbythe leaderintheshapelessbureaucracyandinthefollowers'commitmentsuggestthat themovementmaynotbeveryrobustafterthelossoftheleader.Giventhebook's focusonroutinization,IexpectedmorespeculationaboutthefutureofthemovementwithouttheVenerableChengYen.ThisisanimportantissuenotonlyforTzu Chi,butfortheentirecropofnewBuddhistmovementsinTaiwan.Thesehave reshapedthereligiousandculturalfieldinTaiwan,butmosthavenotyetpassed throughthemostcriticalsuccessionchallengecommontoallcharismaticreligious movements. Beyondthisevaluationofthebook'saccomplishmentofitsowngoals,itleft openseveralmajorunansweredquestions.First,althoughHuangdoesagoodjob ofputtingTzuChiinthecontextofTaiwan'spoliticaldevelopment,thebookdoes notaddresstherelatedandequallyimportantquestionofTzuChi'splacein Taiwan'ssocioculturaldevelopment.Itseemscleartome,asaresearcherinthe samefield,thatTzuChiisintimatelylinkedtosocialclassshiftsandthedevelopmentofspecificclasscultures.ManyofHuang'sobservationsaboutgender dynamicsandbodilydisciplinepointtothis,yetthebookmakesnoeffortto examinethoseimplications.Iwasleftwantingamoreexplicitanswertothe reasonablequestion:WhatkindofTaiwanesepeopledoesTzuChiresonatewith most? Second,whilethebookdoesacknowledgeTzuChi'sdiversereligioussources, andofferssomecomparisontoearlytwentieth-centuryChinesenewreligious movements,itlacksanyattentiontothequestionofTzuChi'ssignificanceor comparativepositioninTaiwan'sBuddhist/religiousfield.TzuChiisanoutstandinganddistinctivemovement,butitisalsopartofafloweringofnew/modernized Buddhistmovementsthatdevelopedaroundthesametime.Althoughasignificant comparisonamongthesemovementsisoutofthescopeofthisbook(andhas beentreatedinMadsen2007),itwasdisappointingthatHuangdidnotacknowledgethispartofTzuChi'scontext,especiallyinchapter6,whereTaiwan'scivic fieldisdiscussed. Twofinal,minor,criticalnotesremain.First,Huangdoesnotprovidemuch informationonherownrelationshipandinvolvementtoTzuChi,especiallygiven http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

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68 ChinaReviewInternational:Vol.18,No.1,2011 to thisdissertationtomakeitanacceptablemonograph.Initspresentform,it disappoints. GeneCooper Gene Cooper is a professor of anthropology at the University of Southern California. His most recent research has been on rural Chinese market and temple fairs, Chinese popular culture, and popular religion. C.JuliaHuang.Charisma and Compassion: Cheng Yen and the Buddhist Tzu Chi Movement.Cambridge,MA:HarvardUniversityPress,2009.ix, 341pp.Hardcover$49.95,isbn978-0-674-03133-3. Huang'sfascinatingandwide-rangingbook,thefirstfull-lengthbookonthe importantTzuChiBuddhistmovement,waslongoverdue.Thisbookprovidesa much-neededin-depthlookatthefounder,development,organizationalstructure, andcultureofthelargestandarguablymostinnovativeBuddhistorganizationin Taiwan.Itdoesmuchmorethanthat--HuangalsoexaminesboththeglobalizationofthisBuddhistmovementandhowtheorganization'sdevelopmentinteractedwithTaiwan'sdemocratizationandtheemergenceofitscivil/NGOsector. ThebookisanimportantcontributiontoourunderstandingofnotonlyTzuChi, butalsoofreligiousdevelopmentsinChinesesocietiesanddiasporas.These contributionsnotwithstanding,Ifeelthatthebooktriestodotoomuch.Some of thetheoreticalargumentswerenotfullypersuasive,andthebookopensitself uptoquestionsitleavesunanswered.Thus,whilethebookisinvaluableforanyone interestedinlearningmoreaboutTzuChiandTaiwan'slatetwentieth- centuryculturalandsocialdevelopmentsspecifically,itsbroaderappealismore limited. Thebookisambitious.Itaimstodothreethings:describethemovementasa "charismaticcult";developabetterunderstandingofcharisma,particularlyculturaldifferencesandtheimportanceofemotionandcorporeality;andexplore issuesofglobalizationandre-territorializationinthisTaiwanesemovement.To theseends,eachoftheeightchaptersdescribesdifferentfacetsoftheorganization. Thefirstseveralchaptersconnecttothethemeofcharisma,whilethelatterones pickupthethemeofglobalization. Thefirstfourchaptersfocusonillustratingandexplainingthecharismaofthe leadertheVenerableChengYen,howitisexperiencedbyfollowers,andhowitis routinizedthroughtheorganization.Chapter1introducestheleader'spersonal © 2012 by University of Hawai`i Press Reviews 69 history,thefoundingoftheorganization,howhercharismaisunderstoodbyher followers,andhowtheorganizationpromotesthischarisma.Chapter2tacklesone aspectofroutinization,describingindetailthecomplexorganizationofTzuChi, includingitsmissionbureausandthedifferentrolesforlayparticipants.Huang arguesthatTzuChicombinesacharismaticcult(thelayreligiousorganization) andasuccessfulmoderncharitablenonprofitorganization,yetbotharestill unequivocallyunderthepersonaldirectionofthefounder.Chapter3looksat anotheraspectofroutinization.Huangarguesthattwoprocessesofcirculation serveasmechanismstotransmitandrenewthecharismaticconnection.Thefirst processistheleader'sregulartoursofbranchesaroundTaiwan;thesecond involvesavarietyofretreatsinwhichlaypeopleofdifferentaffiliationswithTzu ChicometotheAbode--theorganization'sspiritualheart.ThischaptersuccessfullyillustratesHuang'sargumentthattheseretreatscreateliminalstatesthat producebothcommunitasandnewindividualself-understandings.Finally,chapter 4examinestwopracticesthatarefairlyuniquetoTzuChiinTaiwan'sBuddhist field:weepingandmusicalcorporeality(signlanguagesong).Huangarguesthat theformerrepresentsanecstaticreaction(oftentotheleader'scharisma),while thelatterrepresentsaneffortbytheorganizationtochannelfollowers'emotional resonanceintoastructuredperformance. Chapter5,whilenotdirectlyaddressingtheissueofcharisma,continuesthe descriptionofTzuChithroughacasestudyofthedevelopmentandactivitiesof thelocalTzuChichapterofDalinincentralTaiwan.Thechaptertacklesthe question,"whatdoesitmeantobeaTzuChiperson(alayfollower)ineveryday life?"Itpresentsrichandkeenlyanalyticaldiscussionsofhowgenderstructures individualpractices,thebodilydisciplinethatplaysalargepartindefiningaTzu Chiperson,challengestoTzuChiinvolvement,andeventhehistoricaldevelopmentoftheDalinchapter. TheremainingthreechaptersstepbacktolookatTzuChi'splacesinTaiwan's democratizingandglobalizingsociety.Chapter6,"AGenealogyofNGOness,"is, insomeways,themostcomplexchapterinthebook.HuanglooksatNGOnessas aculturalconstructwithitsownhistoryandtriestotraceTzuChi'sroleinthat historyinTaiwan.TzuChi'srisespannedtheendofmartiallawanddemocratizationinTaiwan,anditisbyfarthelargestNGOinTaiwan,intermsofbothlay adherentsandfunds.TzuChihas,thus,beenbothacatalystforandaproductof thedevelopmentofNGOsinTaiwan.IthasalsobeenanimportantpartofTaiwan'spositiveself-imageontheglobalstage,despitebeinginvolvedinseveral controversieswithinTaiwan.ThischaptertriestounpackbothTzuChi'srolein thedevelopmentofTaiwan'sdomesticcivilsectorandtherelatedissueofTzuChi's contributiontoTaiwan'sinternationalimage.Theseareveryinterestingand importantquestions,andthechaptermakesstridestowardunderstandingthem. However,Ifeltthatasinglechapterwastooshorttodojusticetothesecomplex questionsandthenuancedhistoricaltrajectoryunderdiscussion.Moreover,the 70 ChinaReviewInternational:Vol.18,No.1,2011 concretefocusonthedifferencebetweentheexperiencesofconstructingTzuChi's firsthospital(beforetheendofmartiallaw)anditssecond(afterdemocratization waswellunderway)containedmuchdistractingdetailandwasnotalwaysclearly connectedtothemainquestionsofthechapter. ThefinaltwochapterslookatseveralaspectsofTzuChiontheglobalstage. Chapter7identifiesthreewaysinwhichTzuChicanbeconsideredglobal:the pluralismofitsrootsindifferent(notonlyChinese)religioustraditions,itscharitablemissionsoutsideofTaiwan,andwhatHuangcallsthe"TzuChiDiaspora"-- itslocalbranchchaptersoflayadherentsoutsideofTaiwan.Thislastsection presentscasestudiesofTzuChibranchesinBoston,NewYork,Tokyo,andPenang andMalaccainMalaysia.Chapter8involvesamorein-depthlookattheMalacca branch.Oneofthebook'smoreinterestingargumentsappearshere:thatTzuChi hasmadeTaiwan(thelocationoftheVenerableChengYen)intothespiritual centerorhomelandnotonlyfortheTaiwanesediaspora,butevenformanynonTaiwaneseoverseasChinesewhobecomeinvolvedinTzuChi. Theexaminationoftheseveraloverseasbranchesisveryinterestingand thought-provoking,but,likechapter6,couldhavebeendevelopedmuchfurther. TheargumentaboutTaiwanasanewreligioushomelandforsomeinthe diverseChinesediasporacouldhavebeentestedandpushedfurtherforimplications.Interestingparallelsarefoundamongthelocallayfollowersindifferent locations(virtuallyalloverseasTaiwaneseorotherethnicChinese)andinthe developmentoftheseveralbranches,butthechapterseemshesitanttodoa focusedcomparison.Moreimportant,thereisnoattempttocomparethecharacteristicsorexperiencesinTzuChiofthediasporafollowerswiththelocal Taiwanesefollowersdescribedmainlyinchapter5.Iwasparticularlystuckby the findingthatmost,ifnotall,diasporafollowershadbeeninvolvedinformal BuddhismbeforeencounteringTzuChi.Thebookdoesnotcommentonwhether thisisalsotrueoflocalTaiwanesefollowers.(Basedonmyownfieldwork,probablynot.) Theabovechaptersummaryonlyhintsatthevariedandrichtopicsand ethnographicportraitsfoundinHuang'sbook.Itoffersmuchtolearnandmany provocativequestionsandclaims.MeasuredagainstHuang'sownstatedaims,it hitsmost,butnotall,ofthenotes.Thedescriptiveaspectofthebookisimpressive andgoesfarbeyondatypicalethnographytoconsiderTzuChi'spoliticalimplicationsandglobalexpansion.AssomeonewhoalsohasdoneresearchwithTzuChi inTaiwan,Icansaythatthedetailsandanalysisrangtrue.Yet,intryingtocover somuchterritory,thebooksometimesseemsdisjointed,whichispartlyduetothe lackofaclearchaptermapintheratherbriefintroduction.Thebook'sforayinto questionsfromglobalizationstudiesisalsoquitesolid. However,thecorequestionsaboutcharismaaredealtwithlesssatisfactorily. Whilethebookdoesshowushowemotionandcorporealityplayintocharisma in theTzuChimovement,thebookfallsshortofitsaimtoaddresspossiblecul- Reviews 71 turaldifferencesincharisma.NowheredoesitexplicitlycontrasttheVenerable ChengYenandTzuChi'sformofcharismawithother(non-Buddhist,nonChinese,male,etc.)formsofreligiouscharisma.Huang'sown2008article addressedthesequestionsmuchmoreadeptly.Asforthefrequentlymentioned issueofroutinization,IhavedoubtsaboutHuang'sclaimsthattheorganization of TzuChihassuccessfullyaccomplishedthis.Althoughthebookthoughtfully demonstratesmanystrategiesforroutinization,itishardtojudgetheirsuccess whiletheVenerableChengYenis stillatthehelm.Thekeyrolesstillplayedbythe leaderintheshapelessbureaucracyandinthefollowers'commitmentsuggestthat themovementmaynotbeveryrobustafterthelossoftheleader.Giventhebook's focusonroutinization,IexpectedmorespeculationaboutthefutureofthemovementwithouttheVenerableChengYen.ThisisanimportantissuenotonlyforTzu Chi,butfortheentirecropofnewBuddhistmovementsinTaiwan.Thesehave reshapedthereligiousandculturalfieldinTaiwan,butmosthavenotyetpassed throughthemostcriticalsuccessionchallengecommontoallcharismaticreligious movements. Beyondthisevaluationofthebook'saccomplishmentofitsowngoals,itleft openseveralmajorunansweredquestions.First,althoughHuangdoesagoodjob ofputtingTzuChiinthecontextofTaiwan'spoliticaldevelopment,thebookdoes notaddresstherelatedandequallyimportantquestionofTzuChi'splacein Taiwan'ssocioculturaldevelopment.Itseemscleartome,asaresearcherinthe samefield,thatTzuChiisintimatelylinkedtosocialclassshiftsandthedevelopmentofspecificclasscultures.ManyofHuang'sobservationsaboutgender dynamicsandbodilydisciplinepointtothis,yetthebookmakesnoeffortto examinethoseimplications.Iwasleftwantingamoreexplicitanswertothe reasonablequestion:WhatkindofTaiwanesepeopledoesTzuChiresonatewith most? Second,whilethebookdoesacknowledgeTzuChi'sdiversereligioussources, andofferssomecomparisontoearlytwentieth-centuryChinesenewreligious movements,itlacksanyattentiontothequestionofTzuChi'ssignificanceor comparativepositioninTaiwan'sBuddhist/religiousfield.TzuChiisanoutstandinganddistinctivemovement,butitisalsopartofafloweringofnew/modernized Buddhistmovementsthatdevelopedaroundthesametime.Althoughasignificant comparisonamongthesemovementsisoutofthescopeofthisbook(andhas beentreatedinMadsen2007),itwasdisappointingthatHuangdidnotacknowledgethispartofTzuChi'scontext,especiallyinchapter6,whereTaiwan'scivic fieldisdiscussed. Twofinal,minor,criticalnotesremain.First,Huangdoesnotprovidemuch informationonherownrelationshipandinvolvementtoTzuChi,especiallygiven

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