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The Butcher, the Baker, and the Carpenter: Chinese in Fujian and the Spanish Philippines, 16th-18th Centuries

  • October 06, 2016
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • CSUSB Pfau Library 5th Floor, Room PL5005

CSUSB Modern China Lecture Series
invites the
World Affairs Council to a Guest Lecture

The Butcher, the Baker, and the Carpenter: Chinese in Fujian and the Spanish Philippines, 16th-18th Centuries
by
Lucille Chia is Professor of History at the
University of California, Riverside

Thursday, October 6, 2016
2:00 pm
CSUSB Pfau Library


THE CHINESE WHO settled permanently or sojourned briefly in the Philippines in the early Spanish colonial period came from Fujian Province in southeast China. What was the impact on southern Fujian (Minnan) of the trade with and migration to the Spanish Philippines?

What happened to all the silver that flowed into China as a result of this trade? By examining the links of the Chinese there with their native places, we come to see that their story is an important part of both the inter-Asian—and global--history of the time, as well as of the migration of Chinese both within China and overseas.

This program is free, but parking costs $6 per car. Purchase pass at the kiosk or parking lot machines. Preregistration not required.

Location
CSUSB, 5500 University Pkwy., San Bernardino 92407
Map: https://www.csusb.edu/sites/default/files/CSUSBcampusmap-color.pdf
Pfau Library is in the center or the campus quad. To get to the 5th floor, use the elevators inside the library. 


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