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...
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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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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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Chinese Mexican
Chinese immigration to Mexico began during the colonial era and has continued to the present day. However, the largest number of migrants to Mexico have arrived during two waves; the first spanning fr...
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Chinese Nicaraguan
Chinese Nicaraguans (Simplified Chinese: 尼加拉瓜华人 Pinyin: níjiālāguā huá rén Spanish: Chino Nicaragüense) are Nicaraguans of Chinese ancestry who immigrated to or born in Nicaragua. They are part of the...
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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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Chinatown, Lima
The Chinatown in Lima, locally known as Barrio chino, is centered on two blocks – 7 and 8 – of Jirón Ucayali (Ucayali Street) in downtown. The barrio chino was founded in the mid-1800s by Chinese immi...
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Chinatown, Mexicali
Chinatown, Mexicali is claimed to have the largest per capita concentration of residents of Chinese origin, around 5,000, by Mexicali. While this does not compare to U.S. cities like San Francisco or ...
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Mexican Revolution
The Mexican Revolution (Spanish: Revolución mexicana) or Mexican Civil War (Spanish: Guerra civil mexicana) was a major armed struggle that started in 1910, with an uprising led by Francisco I...
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Chinatown, Mexico City
Mexico City’s Chinatown, known locally as Barrio Chino, is located in the downtown area of Mexico City, near the Palacio de Bellas Artes. It is very small, encompassing only two blocks on Dolores Stre...
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Immigration to Mexico
Over the centuries, Mexico has received immigrants from Europe, the Americas (e.g., the United States, Argentina, Brazil and Canada), and sometimes from Asia. Today, millions of their descendants stil...
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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...
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