Asian Latin American
Asian Latin Americans are Latin Americans of East Asian, Southeast Asian or South Asian descent. Asian Latin Americans have a centuries-long history in the region, starting with Filipinos in the 16th ...
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Asian Hispanic and Latino Americans
Asian Hispanic and Latino Americans is a term for Hispanic and Latino Americans having Asian ancestry and for those Hispanics who consider themselves or were officially classified by the United States...
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Asian Brazilian
Asian Brazilians (or "Amarelos" (yellow)) Brazilian are Brazilian citizens of full or predominantly East Asian, South Asian and in some cases South East Asian ancestry, who remains culturally connecte...
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Asian Mexican
Asian Mexicans (Spanish: mexicanos asiáticos; asiomexicanos) are Mexicans of Asian descent. Although they make up less than 1% of the total population of Mexico, they are a notable minority. Asia...
Asian Peruvian
Asian Peruvians, primarily Chinese and Japanese, constitute some 3-5% of the total population, which in proportion to the overall population is one of the largest of any Latin American nation.Peru has...
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Chinese Brazilian
Chinese Brazilians (Portuguese: Sino-brasileiro or Chinês-brasileiro; Chinese: 巴西华人 or 巴西华裔) are people of Chinese ancestry who were born in or have immigrated to Brazil. The Chinese Brazilian...
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Chinatowns in Latin America
Chinatowns in Latin America (Spanish: barrios chinos, singular barrio chino / Portuguese: bairros chineses, singular bairro chinês) developed with the rise of Chinese immigration in the 19th c...
Chinatowns in Latin America - Wikipedia
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...
Japanese Brazilian
A Japanese Brazilian (日系ブラジル人, Nikkei Burajiru-jin, nipo-brasileiro, [ˌnʲipobɾaziˈlejɾu]) is a Brazilian citizen, national or natural of Japanese ancestry, or a Japanese immigrant living in B...
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Japanese immigration to Mexico
Japanese immigration to Mexico began in the late 19th century, to found coffee growing plantations in the state of Chiapas. Although this initiative failed, it was followed by greater immigration from...
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Korean Brazilian
Korean Brazilian (Portuguese: Coreano-brasileiro) is a Brazilian person of full, partial, or predominantly Korean ancestry, or a Korean-born person residing in Brazil. The Korean population in Bra...
Filipino Cuban
Filipino Cubans are Cubans of Filipino ancestry. Filipinos have been settling in Cuba since the 16th century and they are one of the earliest Asian communities in the country.
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Japanese Peruvian
Japanese Peruvians (Spanish: Peruano-Japonés or Nipo-peruano, Japanese: 日系ペルー人, Nikkei Perūjin) are Peruvian citizens of Japanese origin or ancestry.The Japanese began arriving in Peru in the late 180...
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Dekasegi
Dekasegi (Portuguese: dekassegui, dekasségui, [dekaseˈgi], [dekɐˈsɛgi]) is a term used in Latin American cultures to refer to ethnic Japanese people who have migrated to Japan, having taken advant...
Korean Cuban
Korean Cubans (Spanish: Coreano-Cubanos, Korean: 한국계 쿠바인 Hangukgye kubain) are citizens of Cuba of Korean ancestry. Most of them are descendants of Korean immigrant farmers from Mexico who lef...
Indians in Uruguay
Indians in Uruguay form a small expatriate community consisting mostly of businessmen, Indian employees of TCS and some Catholic nuns.
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Chinese Cuban
A Chinese Cuban (simplified Chinese: 古巴华人; traditional Chinese: 古巴華人; pinyin: Gǔbā Huárén; Jyutping: Gu2 Baa1 Waa4 jan4; Spanish: chino-cubano) is a Cuban of Chinese ancestry who w...
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Koreans in Paraguay
Koreans in Paraguay formed one of the earliest Korean diaspora communities in Latin America; however, they were always overshadowed by the larger Korean communities in neighbouring Brazil and Argentin...
Chinese people in Uruguay
Chinese Uruguayans are Uruguayans of Chinese descent.The first flow of immigration arrived in 1949, coming from mainland China and Taiwan. Nowadays there are some 400 Chinese immigrants in Uruguay, mo...
Armenians in Uruguay
Armenians in Uruguay number around 19,000. The Armenian community in Uruguay is one of the oldest in South America. Most live in the capital Montevideo.
Being one of the Armenian diaspora's smalle...
Armenians in Uruguay - Wikipedia
Japanese Chilean
Japanese Chilean (日系チリ人, Nikkei Chiri-jin, Spanish: Japonés Chileno or Nipo-chileno) is a Chilean with ethnic origin from Japan. The first Japanese in Chile were 126 immigrants hired to w...
Chinatown, San José
Chinatown in San José, is an urban area located in the capital of Costa Rica. It is the first of its kind in a Central American city.The area began to develop as a commercial center during the last de...
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