Chinese and Chinese Mestizos of Manila: Family, Identity, and Culture, 1860s-1930s
Taking a micro-historical approach to the study of ethnic identities in the Philippines, this book offers a fascinating portrait of how Chinese merchant families in Manila negotiated the meanings of “Chinese,” “Chinese mestizo,” “Catholic,” and “Filipino” from 1860s to 1930s.
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Introduction To be a Filipino and Chinese in the Philippines
History and Society
Precursors of Modern Chinese Transnationalism in the Philippines
Chapter 4 Catholic Conversion and Marriage Practices among Chinese Merchants
Chapter 5 Family Life and Culture in Chinese Merchant Families
Chapter 6 Rethinking the Chinese Mestizos and Mestizas of Manila
Chapter 7 Early American Colonial Rule in the Philippines and the Construction of Filipino and Chinese Identities
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