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    Title: 巴拿馬華人史 : 兩岸僑務政策之研究(1949-2014)
    Other Titles: History of Chinese-Panamanian : the study of cross-strait overseas Chinese affairs policies
    Authors: 李沂臻;Lee, Yi-Jen
    Contributors: 淡江大學美洲研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 巴拿馬華僑華人;中南美洲僑務政策;華人移民;華工;豬仔;全球化;Chinese-Panamanian;overseas Chinese affairs policies towards Hispanic america;Chinese immigrant;coolies;Globalization
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:20:38 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 巴拿馬的華人在歷經超過一個世紀的演進,由1854年第一批修建鐵路的華工到今天在各行各業頭角崢嶸的發展。巴拿馬華人與巴國的建設息息相關,從鐵路到世界知名的巴拿馬運河都曾有過華人的身影,他們早已與巴拿馬社會融為一體。


    The history of Chinese-Panamanian begins at the year 1854, when China was under the Ching Dynasty.
    There were civil wars and also enemies from the outside, time was hard and has forced the people to work overseas as contract workers.
    In this research have tried to answer the main reason why people want to leave the country, and most of them were forced or drugged to work underpaid.
    Luckily, for the time being, overseas Chinese had made their way for living around and also Panama.
    After the cross-strait governments had there own overseas Chinese affairs policy, the way they treated overseas Chinese has influence and changed their perspective of the relationship between the government and themselves.
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