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Chinese MexicansTranspacific Migration and the Search for a Homeland, 1910-1960$
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Julia Maria Schiavone Camacho

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780807835401

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: July 2014

DOI: 10.5149/9780807882597_schiavone_camacho

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We Want to Be in Mexico

We Want to Be in Mexico

Imagining the Nation, Performing Mexicanness, 1930s–Early 1960s

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(p.135) Chapter Seven We Want to Be in Mexico
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Chinese Mexicans
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Julia María Schiavone Camacho

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University of North Carolina Press
DOI:10.5149/9780807882597_schiavone_camacho.12

Tracing the formation of a coherent Chinese-Mexican community in Macau and Hong Kong, this chapter studies national Mexican identity formation against a diasporic backdrop and explores the three-decade-long struggle to repatriate to Mexico. Over time, numerous individuals and organizations in Mexico and East Asia became involved in the plight of Chinese Mexicans. These organizations include the Latin American Association of Hong Kong, Our Lady of Guadalupe Hispanic-American Association, and the Mexican Lions Club

Keywords:   Chinese-Mexican, Macau, Hong Kong, Mexico, East Asia, Latin American Association of Hong Kong, Our Lady of Guadalupe Hispanic-American Association, Mexican Lions Club

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