Bibliographic Mao, Macros, and the Philippines Chinese: The Normalization of Sino-Philippine Relation at the End of Mao’s Regime

Data Info
Record ID :
លេខឯកសារ :
D69699
Title of Doc/Book :
ចំណងជើងឯកសារ/សៀវភៅ :
Mao, Macros, and the Philippines Chinese: The Normalization of Sino-Philippine Relation at the End of Mao’s Regime
Language Language of Doc/Book :
ភាសាឯកសារ/សៀវភៅ :
Eng
Country of Publication :
ទីតាំងបោះពុម្ពផ្សាយ :
Hong Kong
Document Date
កាលបរិច្ឆេទឯកសារ
February 14-15, 2012
Cataloguing Date/Org
អង្គភាព-ការបរិច្ឆេទ ធ្វើបញ្ជីឯកសារ
February
Location of Doc / Book
ទីកន្លែងរក្សាទុកឯកសារ
KH, DC-CAM, Document no. D69699
Edition
ការបោះពុម្ពផ្សាយឡើងវិញ
Publication Area Publisher/Date
ទីកន្លែងបោះពុម្ព/អ្នកបោះពុម្ព/ការបរិច្ឆេទ
The University of Hong Kong
Physical DescriptionNumber of pages
ភិនភាគឯកសារ/ចំនួនទំព័រឯកសារ
11 p
Data Info Note
Note Copy In Hand Note on Physical Qualities:
កំណត់សម្គាល់ភិនភាគដើម
tx
Note Source Hand Source of Document
កំណត់សម្គាល់សកម្មភាព គ្រប់គ្រងឯកសារ
Julio
Content Note :
កំណត់សម្គាល់មាតិកា :
Collection
បណ្ដុំឯកសារ
Julio
Other Notes
Place Notes
កំណត់ចំណាំកន្លែង
Date Place Of Finding Location and Time Doc.Received
កាលបរិច្ឆេទ/ ទីតាំងប្រមូលឯកសារ
DC-CAM, September 14, 2015
Alleged Victim Names Cited
ជនរងគ្រោះ (ដោយសន្មត)
General Note
កំណត់សម្គាល់ទូទៅ
Doc Notes
កំណត់ចំណាំឯកសារ
Summary/Abstract
កំណត់សម្គាល់សេចក្ដីសង្ខេប
The oversea Chinese issue has long been a major theme in Sino-Philippine relation. The ethnic Chinese has occupied a predominant place in the Philippine economy since the Spanish colonial period. The retail industry was almost entirely owned and controlled by the Chinese in the mid-twentieth century.
Copyright
រក្សាសិទ្ធិដោយ
© DC-CAM

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