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Imaging the Chinese in Cuban literature and culture

Ignacio LoМЃpez-Calvo

Imaging the Chinese in Cuban literature and culture

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Published by University Press of Florida in Gainesville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cuban literature -- History and criticism,
  • Cuban literature -- Chinese influences,
  • Cuba -- Civilization -- Chinese influences

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementIgnacio Lopez-Calvo.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ7372 .L67 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16474374M
    ISBN 109780813032405
    LC Control Number2008001589

    History[ edit ] The paifang at the entrance of Havana's Chinatown Chinese immigration to Cuba started in when Chinese Cantonese and Hakka contract workers were brought to work in the sugar fields, bringing the religion of Buddhism with them. Legal marriages vs. Kumarian Press, Cuban family life[ edit ] The Revolution of sparked the turning point in Cuban family life by promoting women's equality. The Great Wall, which was built in the fifteenth century as a protection against military invasions, marks the division. The government has supported the migration of Han Chinese to minority territories in an attempt to spread the population more evenly across the territory and to control the minority groups sometimes perceived as a threat to national stability.

    According to the Communist Party's philosophy, both classes share the same interests and goals and should function in unison for the common good. In addition to looking at how Chinese have been viewed as "others," Lee-Loy examines self-representations of "Chineseness" and how they complicate national narratives of belonging. These studies emphasize how works deconstruct power, provide a self-referential study of writing itself, or acknowledge the impossibility of describing such tragic events. Liss, Sheldon B, "Fidel!

    Included in this discussion are contributions of Cubans in exile which Luis considers an inherent part of Cuban culture. Achy Obejas. Garcia, Christina, "Dreaming in Cuban". They shake hands upon greeting someone and farewelling them. The Soviet Union's collapse in ended grain imports from that country, which were used to feed cattle and chickens.


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Imaging the Chinese in Cuban literature and culture book

This novel by Mr. At UC Merced and three other campuses the same week, Waters spoke to some students at five classes about the Cuban Revolution and related topics. The Family Code of made adoption legal for the protection of minors who were without families.

Bythe state granted Cuban citizens religious freedom, with some restrictions. After completing eight-year contracts or otherwise obtaining their freedom, some Chinese immigrants settled permanently in Cuba, although most longed for repatriation to their homeland.

Liss, Sheldon B, "Fidel! Students asked how she would respond to the accusation that in Cuba there has been discrimination against homosexuals.

Kumarian Press, In the s, the relationship between the government and religious institutions especially the Roman Catholic Church began to improve. During colonial times and into the early Republic, many Cubans suffered from intense ethnocentrism and confused Afro-Cuban religion with black magic and witchcraft.

Some 5, immigrants from the U. Reading behind the stereotypical image of the Chinese in the West Indies, she compares fictional representations of Chinese characters in Jamaica, Trinidad, and Guyana to reveal the social and racial hierarchies present in literature by popular authors such as V.

Also, when the economy started picking up and inthe divorce rate returned to the rate in " of 0. Another patriotic symbol is the Great Wall. Pathfinder Press, Chin is a great contribution to the literature. Martin's Press, This situation is finally changing, with translations of two books which each deal with the question of emigration, a hot topic in Cuba since the new exodus provoked by the economic depression that followed the end of the aid-and-trade relationship with the Soviet Union.

Younger generations are working in a wider variety of jobs than the previous generation. Classical poems express balance through both rhyme and tone as well as through the physical layout of the characters on the page.

Remarriage and re-coupling was common, so divorce rates reflected a minority of Cuba's population as divorce. Garcia has written a number of acclaimed novel with Cuban themes, also including The Aguero Sisters and Monkey Hunting about a Chinese immigrant to Cuba.

Perez is the author of a wide variety of books on Cuba. Thunders Mouth's Press, Mistakes were made in the treatment of homosexuals in Cuba that the revolutionary leadership later corrected, she noted, adding that the position of women and diminishing prejudice against homosexuals in Cuba today is far better than in other Latin American countries, and is among the most advanced in the world.

He is also the co-founder and co-executive director of the open-access academic journal Transmodernity: Journal of Peripheral Cultural Production of the Luso-Hispanic World, and editorial board member of several academic journals.

Soho Press, There are, however, many sites that offer a greater diversity of views. One way to get quick hit of the variety which Cuban women writers have been producing in the past few decades is to check out two anthologies: Cubana: Contemporary Fiction by Cuban Women ed.The Chinese refer to their country as the Middle Kingdom, which indicates how central they have felt themselves to be throughout history.

While there are cultural and linguistic variations in different regions, the culture is relatively uniform for such a large country. Jun 22,  · Imaging the Chinese in Cuban literature and culture. Primitivism, racism, and misogyny in Latin American cinema.

British colonial America; people and perspectives. Chronology of immigration in the United States. The archaeology of native-lived colonialism; challenging history in the Great Lakes. Ignacio Lopez-Calvo, Professor of Latin American Literature at the University of California, Merced, and author of"Imaging the Chinese in Cuban Literature and Culture"" "Given how little criticism there is on textual images of the Chinese in the West Indies, Searching for Mr.

Chin is a great contribution to the literature. Lee-Loy's well Author: Anne-Marie Lee-Loy. Wiki / Cuban Culture.

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Significant Artists and Authors. Leopoldo. Guillermo. Marti. I Cultivate a White Rose. I cultivate a white rose In July as in January For the sincere friend Cuban Literature (9) Cuban Poetry; Cuban Quotes; Cuban People (3) Cuban Painters; Cuban Writers.

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We also sell Chinese crafts, Chinese clothes and silk clothing. This chapter discusses three texts in which Chinese Cuban subjectivity can be analyzed from a self-representational point of view. These texts allow readers to explore Chinese Cuban self-perception, and the discussion puts particular emphasis on the image of the Chinese as patriotic freedom fighters.