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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references pages and index. Contents Mexico for the Mexicans, China for the Chinese: political upheaval and the anti-Chinese campaigns in postrevolutionary Sonora and Sinaloa Those who remained and those who returned: resistance, migration, and diplomacy during the anti-Chinese campaigns We won't be bullied anymore: the Chinese community in Mexico during the Second World War The golden age of Chinese Mexicans: anti-communist activism under ambassador Feng-shan Ho, The Cold War comes to Chinatown: Chinese Mexicans caught between Beijing and Taipei, A new China, a new community.
Summary "Paisanos Chinos tracks Chinese Mexican transnational political activities in the wake of the anti-Chinese campaigns that crossed Mexico in Threatened by violence, Chinese Mexicans strengthened their ties to China--both Nationalist and Communist--as a means of safeguarding their presence. Paisanos Chinos illustrates the ways in which transpacific ties helped Chinese Mexicans make a claim to belonging in Mexico and challenge traditional notions of Mexican identity and nationhood. Bibliographic information.
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Browse related items Start at call number: F C45 G67 Julia Maria Schiavone Camacho follows the community through the mid-twentieth century, across borders and oceans, to show how they fought for their place as Mexicans, both in Mexico and abroad. Tracing transnational geography, Schiavone Camacho explores how these men and women developed a strong sense of Mexican national identity while living abroad--in the United States, briefly, and then in southeast Asia where they created a hybrid community and taught their children about the Mexican homeland.
Schiavone Camacho also addresses how Mexican women challenged their legal status after being stripped of Mexican citizenship because they married Chinese men.
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After repatriation in the ss, Chinese Mexican men and women, who had left Mexico with strong regional identities, now claimed national cultural belonging and Mexican identity in ways they had not before. Reviews Review Policy. Published on.
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