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by Leo Suryadinata

Pribumi Indonesians, The Chinese Minority And China (Politics & International Relations) download ebook
ISBN:
9812103627
ISBN13:
978-9812103628
Author:
Leo Suryadinata
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Marshall Cavendish (February 28, 2005)
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300 pages
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1 For an analysis of Sino-Indonesian relations during 1949–75, see Suryadinata, Leo, Pribumi Indonesians, the Chinese Minority and China: A Study of Perceptions and Policies (Kuala Lumpur, 1978), pp. 165–89

1 For an analysis of Sino-Indonesian relations during 1949–75, see Suryadinata, Leo, Pribumi Indonesians, the Chinese Minority and China: A Study of Perceptions and Policies (Kuala Lumpur, 1978), pp. 165–89.

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PDF Under Suharto, Indonesian politics and institutions attempted to force ethnic Chinese to assimilate, while continuing to identify them a.political bodies being established by Chinese groups, and what this may mean for the future. of Chinese Indonesians. Introduction: The relationship between politics and ethnic identity. Chinese in Indonesia may have their identity shaped by their relation to the discursive and. sometimes legal categories of pribumi or native/indigenous, versus non-pribumi (generally. meaning Chinese); ‘citizen’ (Warga Negara Indonesia, WNI, a term that literally means.

Suryadinata, Leo. (1996). 7. Indonesia-China Relations: Ideology, Ethnic Chinese and the President. Pribumi Indonesians, the Chinese minority, and China, Leo Suryadinata

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See Leo Suryadinata, Pribumi Indonesians, the Chinese Minority and China (Kuala Lumpur: Heinemann Educational . See Jay Taylor, China and Southeast Asia: Peking’s Relations with Revolutionary Movements (New York: Praeger Publisher, 1974).

See Leo Suryadinata, Pribumi Indonesians, the Chinese Minority and China (Kuala Lumpur: Heinemann Educational books, 1978). 16. See Ruth McVey, ‘Indonesian Communism and China’, in Tang Tsou (e., China in Crisis, vol. 2 (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1968). 44. See John Wong, ‘The Economics and Politics of Sino-Indonesian Relations, 1950–1976’, Asian Profile (August 1977).

This study analyses the pribumi (indigenous Indonesian) perception of the Chinese minority and asks how these perceptions, modified by economic and political constraints, manifest themselves in government policies towards this "trading minority" and towards China. It covers the period from 1949, when Indonesia became a sovereign state, to 1975, when the New Order Government abolished Special National Schools for the Chinese.