Asian Argentine
An Asian-Argentine is defined as an Argentine of Asian ancestry, who pertains citizenship or residency of Argentina . Asian-Argentines settled in Argentina in large numbers during several waves of imm...
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Japanese Argentine
Japanese Argentines (日系アルゼンチン人, Nikkei Aruzenchin-jin, Spanish: nipo-argentinos) are Argentine citizens of Japanese ancestry, comprising Japanese immigrants and their descendants born in A...
Dorem Amerike
Dorem Amerike (Yiddish: דרום אַמעריקע‎, 'South America') was a Yiddish-language literary monthly magazine published in Argentina 1926-1927. Politically, Dorem Amerike was pro-communist but w...
Koreans in Argentina
Koreans in Argentina (also known as Argentine Koreans or Korean Argentines) form the second-largest Korean diaspora community in Latin America and the 15th-largest in the world, according to the stati...
Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens
The Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens (Spanish: Jardín Japonés) are a public space administered by the non-profit Japanese Argentine Cultural Foundation and are one of the largest gardens of its type...
Buenos Aires Japanese Gardens - Wikipedia
Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina
Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) is a Jewish Community Center located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.It is named (in English)Argentine Jewish Mutual Aid Society,Argentine Israelite Mutual (Aid...
Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina - Wikipedia
Colonia Lapin
Colonia Lapin is a settlement located near the town of Rivera in the southwest region of the Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, in the Municipality of Adolfo Alsina.
Jewish immigrants founded Co...
Chinese Argentine
A Chinese Argentine is an Argentine citizen of Chinese ancestry who is a Chinese immigrant or a descendant born in Argentina. The Chinese Argentine community is one of the fastest growing communities ...
1994 AMIA bombing
The AMIA bombing was an attack on the Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA; Argentine Israelite Mutual Association) building. It occurred in Buenos Aires on July 18, 1994, killing 85 people and...
1994 AMIA bombing - Wikipedia
Moisés Ville
Moisés Ville (Yiddish: מוזעסוויל ) is a small town (comuna) in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina, founded in 23 October 1889 by Eastern European and Russian Jews escaping pogroms and persecution...
Naivelt
Naivelt (Yiddish: נייוועלט‎, "New World") was a Yiddish-language literary monthly magazine published in Argentina 1927–1930. Politically, Naivelt was pro-communist but without open affiliati...
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Indians in Argentina
There is a small community of Indians in Argentina who are mainly immigrants from India and some of whom were born in Argentina and are of Indian heritage. There are currently 1,600 people of Indian o...
1992 attack on Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires
The attack on the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires was a suicide bombing attack on the building of the Israeli embassy of Argentina, located in Buenos Aires, which was carried out on 17 March 1992. Twe...
1992 attack on Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires - Wikipedia
Chinatown, Buenos Aires
The area known as Chinatown in Buenos Aires (locally known as Barrio Chino) is a largely commercial section about five blocks long in the barrio of Belgrano, Buenos Aires. The Asian community living...
Chinatown, Buenos Aires - Wikipedia
Andinia Plan
Andinia Plan (Spanish: plan Andinia) refers to a conspiracy theory to allegedly establish a Jewish state in parts of Argentina. It is partly based on an exaggeration of historical proposals for organi...
History of the Jews in Argentina
The history of the Jews of Argentina goes back to the early sixteenth centuries, following the Jewish expulsion from Spain. Sephardi Jews fleeing persecution immigrated with explorers and colonists to...
History of the Jews in Argentina - Wikipedia