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God in Chinatown

Religion and Survival in New York"s Evolving Immigrant Community (Religion, Race, and Ethnicity)
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Cultural studies, Immigration & emigration, Religion & Beliefs, Religious life, Ethnic Studies - Asian American Studies, Eastern - General, Sociology of Religion, Ethnic Issues, Religion, China, New York, Immigrants, Emigration & Immigration, Chinese Americans, Sociology, Anthropology - General, New York (S
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ISBN 100814731538
ISBN 139780814731536

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From George Washington's desire (in the heat of the Revolutionary War) for a proper set of Chinese porcelains for afternoon tea, to the lives of Chinese-Irish couples in the s, to the commercial success of Chang and Eng (the "Siamese Twins"), to rising fears of "heathen Chinee," New York before Chinatown offers a provocative look at the role Chinese people, things, and ideas played /5(2).

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“Chinatown” may or may not be the greatest movie of the so-called New Hollywood (I think not) but it is one of the best, and its cynical vibe — perhaps “realistic” would be a better word.

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