sinophobia


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sinophobia

Morbid fear of the Chinese, and of Chinese culture.
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15) In spite of occurring in a period of intense sinophobia, the 'Lost Chinaman Hoax' generated a variety of responses, revealing that not all Pakeha saw Chinese bodies as objects of ridicule.
By the 1950s, sinophobia was slowly waning in New Zealand, even though the prevailing rhetoric of the Cold War maintained a level of suspicion against the local Chinese population.
Given that Stevens wrote his play in a climate of easing sinophobia in New Zealand, his revisions of the original incident may initially seem surprising: the play constructs the prank as a worthy venture and makes little attempt to critique it or to consider its effects on the Chinese.
According to the Chinese Exclusion Case, both the Treaty of 1880 and the subsequent Chinese Exclusion Acts of the 1880s were the products of contemporaneous widespread Sinophobia.
In this sense, Chew Heong cannot be taken as a counter-example to corroborate the proposition that there was less Sinophobia around the middle of 1880s.
27, 1934; for sinophobia, see Marco Antonio Samaniego Lopez, "Formacion y consolidacion de las organizaciones obreras en Baja California, 1920-1930," Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 14, no.
This process, informed by "a righteousness born of Sinophobia and power/false knowledge," uncovered a syphilis epidemic "on a scale unknown anywhere else" (pp.