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the Suharto regime, celebrates the diversity and development of Indonesia, while completely ignoring Chinese contributions to the nation (Kusno 2003: 163; Pemberton 1994; Hitchcock 1998).7 According to Cohen-Hattab and Kerber (2004), these theme parks can be seen as ‘contemporary 7 Other examples

In: Cultural Tourism in Latin America

: Architecture, Violence, and the Making of ‘Chinese Cultures’ in Post-1998 Jakarta’, Public Culture, 15(1): 149–177. Lahens, Yanick (1998) ‘Aft erword’, in: Kathleen M. Balutansky and Marie-Agnès Sourieau (eds.) Caribbean Creolization: Refl ections on the Cultural Dynamics of Language, Literature, and

In: Cultural Tourism in Latin America
Author: E.H.P. Frankema

Lanka, the other main rubber producer, has the second highest land Gini in the region (62.3). Th e four East Asian countries in the sample are among the world’s most egalitarian. Ranking all land Gini’s from low to high, South Korea ranks 2nd, Taiwan 9th, Japan 12th and China 20th. Except for China

In: Has Latin America Always Been Unequal?
Author: Raanan Rein

that ethnicity is a not a national phenomenon, that ethnic group members are either separate from or victims of a certain national culture. This tendency is not exclusive to scholarship on Jews. Research on Latin Americans of Japanese, Chinese, and Lebanese descent, for example, usually pres- ents

In: Returning to Babel
Author: Ashley LaBoda

restriction was due to a law passed in 1862 prohibiting “ la colonización de razas africanas y chinas ” (“ African and Chinese colonization ”), and was reiterated in 1891, 1893, 1893, 1904, and 1942 (Fernández, 2008 p. 181). 6 Hindu, Chinese, Syrian, European, North American and Central American

In: When Creole and Spanish Collide

, 113, 164 capitalist monopoly 7 carbon 27, 53–55, 101 Caribbean Basin 80, 86 Chávez, Hugo 30 Chayanov, Alexander 144, 145 Chile 21, 25, 74, 77, 86, 94, 147, 156, 163, 164, 166 China 48, 52, 56, 100, 154, 168 Club of Rome 27 coffee 83, 146, 152 collapse of Keynesianism 35 collective bargaining 38, 74

In: Industrial Colonialism in Latin America

evolving order in view of the <UN><UN> 48 chapter two larger economic strategy. A large part of the required resources would come first from Japan and then later from China. These nations were essentially compelled to deposit their surpluses in the country issuing the major world currency since they

In: Industrial Colonialism in Latin America
Author: E.H.P. Frankema

America. In the Socialist states of the 20th century an even more radical tendency towards egalitarianism occurred under the fl ag of Marxist- Leninist doctrine. In Russia, China, Eastern Europe and Cuba this was enforced by large scale interventions in the distribution of income and wealth. State

In: Has Latin America Always Been Unequal?

embarked on an aggressive privatization drive that opened up its economy to the outside world for the first time. This process has clearly accelerated from 2000 when the government of Toro Balladares privatized the ports and public utilities bringing in investors from Europe and China. Today, a Chinese

In: When Creole and Spanish Collide

of Buenos Aires. She held more than 50 one- person shows in Argentina, Cuba, China, Germany, England, Israel, Japan, France, Spain, United States, Taiwan, and Uruguay. Kupfer- minc represented Argentina at numerous International Biennials: among other exhibitions, her work can be found at the Sokey

In: Returning to Babel