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Notability: Chinese Brazilians has played a crucial in building Brazil since the colonial age. Chinese immigrants, as a group of laborers, started to work in Brazil under the contract with Portugal and Great Britain. They were used as a political and social tactics to compensate for the abolition of slavery. Chinese immigrants are lack of credibility in building Brazil, and their work has contributed to the progress of Brazil.
Introduction: A brief history of Chinese Brazilian immigration, stereotypes, controversies, struggles, demographics, interaction with other ethnic and racial group and current life.
History: Chinese started moving to Brazil since late Qing Dynasty. A brief historical background of late Qing Dynasty. Explore the push and pull factor for immigrating to other countries, and if it is the intent for short stay or permanent settlement. Their ideology once moving to Brazil. Social and racial controversies. Immigration policy by Brazilian government. Cultural value inherited from Chinese culture, and their culture clashes with Brazil. 20th Century huge historical events like World War II and the Chinese Civil War, and reasons for immigration in that era.
Now: Demographics: find the population portion, race category, ethnic group Current life: interactions with other racial and ethnic groups, jobs, business, interactions within the community, social struggles and dilemmas.
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