Sinifying New Spain: Cathay's Influence on Colonial Mexico via the Nao de China

@article{Slack2009SinifyingNS,
  title={Sinifying New Spain: Cathay's Influence on Colonial Mexico via the Nao de China},
  author={E. Slack},
  journal={Journal of Chinese Overseas},
  year={2009},
  volume={5},
  pages={5-27}
}
  • E. Slack
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Chinese Overseas
The study of Asian migration to colonial Mexico via the nao de China — especially by Chinese and mestizos living in the Philippines — has been languishing in academic oblivion. This article reveals how transpacific relations between Manila and Acapulco profoundly affected the social, economic, religious, and political spheres of activity in New Spain. Aside from the challenges encountered by chinos acclimating to a Castilian race-based hierarchy, it also probes the reasons behind widespread… Expand

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