DIPLOMACIA Y MIGRACIÓN JAPONESA EN CHILE: DEL PROYECTO* SALITRERO A LA TENTATIVA DE COLONIZACIÓN EN EL SUR: 1913-1930

Translated title of the contribution: DIPLOMACY AND JAPANESE MIGRATION IN CHILE: FROM THE NITRATE PROJECT TO COLONIZATION ATTEMPTS IN THE SOUTH: 1913-1930

José Antonio González Pizarro, Claudio Llanos Reyes, Baldomero Estrada Turra, Marcelo Lufin Varas

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Abstract

The Japanese migration process in the American continent is examined from Chilean diplomacy, along with two projects on migration from Japan to Chile in 1913 - 1930, analyzing the hardships involved in these arrangements by the Chilean governmental spheres. The relevance of Tokyo initiatives was posing demographic settlements in two distinct geographic areas; one of them connected with capital investments on the nitrate industry in the northern region, and the other related to pisciculture and the forest industry in the southern region.

Translated title of the contributionDIPLOMACY AND JAPANESE MIGRATION IN CHILE: FROM THE NITRATE PROJECT TO COLONIZATION ATTEMPTS IN THE SOUTH: 1913-1930
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)291-306
Number of pages16
JournalDialogo Andino
Issue number65
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 2021
Externally publishedYes

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