Khmer-chen in contemporary cambodia : suppression, revitalisation and emulation
The twentieth century saw tensions between ethnic Chinese and indigenous majorities throughout Southeast Asia, and Cambodia was not an exception. In the past, the ethnic Chinese were often considered strangers: their actions and interactions took place in an environment of pervasive cultural difference, with assimilationist and discriminatory expectations in the background. In Cambodia, policies to suppress Chinese influence and culture have been implemented in several different eras. In...[Show more]
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