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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_Caribbeans

Chinese Caribbeans (sometimes Sino-Caribbean) are people of Chinese ethnic origin living in the Caribbean. There are small but significant populations of ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caribbean_Chinese_cuisine

Caribbean Chinese cuisine is a popular style of food resulting from a fusion of Chinese and West Indian cuisines. The Chinese influence is predominantly ...

www.caribbean-atlas.com/en/themes/waves-of-colonization-and-control-in-the-caribbean/daily-lives-of-caribbean-people-under-colonialism/the-chinese-in-the-caribbean-during-the-colonial-era.html

The study of ethnic minority groups in the Caribbean region is an area that is ripe for exploration. This paper will outline the rationale behind Chinese ...

nwasianweekly.com/2009/11/chinese-presence-in-the-caribbean-grows

Nov 19, 2009 ... Most people know that Asians have migrated to countries all over the world, but some are still surprised to learn that Asians live in the West ...

www.geni.com/projects/Chinese-in-the-Caribbean/4235

Geni Project: Chinese in the Caribbean. In the 1800s, Chinese migrated to the Caribbean-bordered areas, including the Caribbean islands, Cen.

www.idsa.in/idsacomments/china-growing-influence-in-the-caribbean_sbmaharaj_030816

Aug 3, 2016 ... In June 2013, during the visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping to Trinidad and Tobago, the then Prime Minister of the Caribbean nation, Kamla ...

www.pri.org/stories/2011-04-22/why-china-spending-billions-caribbean

Apr 22, 2011 ... The Caribbean lacks commodities, it's not a major producer of raw materials and it has relatively little buying power. Yet China is investing ...

www.thecaribbeancurrent.com/the-impact-of-asians-in-the-caribbean

May 21, 2012 ... Through what channels have Asians impacted Caribbean society and its development? The Chinese and Indo-Caribbeans. Asian immigration ...

www.nytimes.com/2012/04/08/world/americas/us-alert-as-chinas-cash-buys-inroads-in-caribbean.html

Apr 7, 2012 ... China's economic might has rolled up to America's doorstep in the Caribbean, with a flurry of loans from state banks, investments by companies ...