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culture of the Chinese minority in Indonesia

by Leo Suryadinata

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Published by Marshall Cavendish Academic in Singapore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indonesia,
  • Indonesia.
    • Subjects:
    • Chinese -- Indonesia.,
    • Indonesia -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesChinese minority in Indonesia
      StatementLeo Suryadinata.
      SeriesEthnic studies, Ethnic studies (Marshall Cavendish Academic)
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 258 p. :
      Number of Pages258
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3448369M
      ISBN 109812103635
      LC Control Number2005345607

      The Future of Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia The struggle for economic recover which set aside the powerful economy of Chinese businesses in Indonesia has proved to be ineffective. The management skills and hard work ethics typically found in Chinese people should be learned by the whole nation; their existence must be accepted by and integrated.   Chinese Indonesians in Jakarta and other regions often face persecution and discrimination, but those living on the Hindu majority island of Bali say they have never even felt like they were a.

      |a Social issues and cultural debates -- Cultural workers must lead the way / Amya Iradat -- The cultural manifesto -- The Chinese minority in Indonesia / Leo Suryadinata -- The young divorcee / Nh. Dini -- Tracing the twilight of Jakarta / Yuyu A. N. Krisna -- The mute's soliloquy / Pramoedya Ananta Toer -- Marsinah accuses / Ratna. Description. Visual Cultures of the Ethnic Chinese in Indonesia explores how visual representations shaped and were shaped by how the ethnic Chinese confronted the period of economic dislocation and radical social change during Dutch colonialism and the nationalist struggles in the decolonized Indonesia (including the post and social environments).

      The Eternal Newcomer: Chinese Indonesian Identity from Indonesia to the United States Gregory S. Urban California State University, Los Angeles Department of Anthropology Abstract The construction of identity among the ethnic Chinese populations in Indonesia has been a complicated and incomplete process. The Balinese ethnic group is a minority in Indonesia. According to Indonesia’s population census in , they make up about % of the population. The Malays make about % and the Dayaks make up about %. Indonesia doesn’t promote Indian.


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The ethnic Chinese minority in Indonesia is a heterogeneous group. Many have been acculturated and have generated an Indonesian Chinese culture that is unique and yet deeply rooted in Indonesian society. In education, literature and the press, the ethnic Chinese have been largely assimilated into local : Leo Suryadinata.

The ten papers in The Culture of the Chinese Minority in Indonesia - some previously published, all substantially revised and updated to include recent development - adopt a thematic and historical approach in examining the developing of ethnic Chinese culture and society in Indonesia/5.

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