sinophobia


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sinophobia

Morbid fear of the Chinese, and of Chinese culture.
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62) In some places, such as Suriname and Peru, Chinese who have lived there for decades or generations also resent the newcomers for their aggressive tactics and stirring up Sinophobia.
There is a lot of enthusiasm expressed when a new road opens, but sinophobia is on the rise.
Alleged economics whiz Mitt Romney warned that "China is acting like Adam Smith on steroids" a statement that makes up for in Sinophobia what it lacks in understanding of what makes a hand invisible.
This essay locates the singular events of the 'Lost Chinaman Hoax' within the broader context of New Zealand sinophobia in the late nineteenth century.
The reader will find the chapter most helpful in reading other chapters, especially those in Part A entitled 'Australasian Sinophobia and Sinophilia'.
Such Sinophobia may seem all the more illogical given that it was the Tsars who expanded eastwards in the seventeenth-nineteenth centuries, with the Manchus attempting to restrain Russian imperial expansion.
86) Moreover, judging from the frame of reference set by the Court in the Chinese Exclusion Case, a sense of Sinophobia permeated the case and doubtlessly influenced the decision.
But whatever cynical political purposes Sinophobia served for partisan Republicans, there was plenty of genuine feeling to work with.
Although Chinese competition may have been a contributing factor in the decline of Western trade at the port, it certainly was not the major one, and later interpretations do not support the Sinophobia prevalent among Westerners in Nagasaki at the end of the opening decade of the foreign settlement.
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.
In particular, his chapter on Sinophobia could explore the issue of fear itself more, rather than just denigration of the Chinese.
But right-wing Sinophobia has already cast a broad penumbra over supposedly mainstream Republican foreign policy thinking.