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In the Dominican daily ... view at least one business called "pica-pollo Chinese" ... served by very foreign workers’ Eastern origin, ... is almost de rigueur in the flow of life of an individual, walk by urban environments anywhere in the country, you can see the scene of the daily tasks of the well-known business "fast food".
The Chinese community, which are used to seeing ... reveals a culture of circumspection dedicated to the work and traditions, characterized by the joint efforts by the community. If my analysis in this case was directed to subcultures or multiculturalism of Dominican society had a good "soup" as a source; but this time speak Chinese is not everyday connotation ... as serious talk of "Chinese Bonao" ... referring to the Chinese community has long marketed in the province, or any other Chinese community, of many ...
But rather, this time ... we will refer to the emergence of a nation as the leading world power in the world. Some refer to this as the "awakening the dragon" (Luis Gonzales, 2010).
We will focus on the ... abstracting global perspective of these everyday experiences that are no different to any of the particular experiences of the surrounding Caribbean and America in general, and since the nineteenth century has seen Chinese migratory waves, sometimes constants and other Intermittent several latitudes of America and in particular in our case to the Caribbean, ... (Bosch, 1969) .... In this way, you can tell ... there is a Chinatown in many city in America, ... and we refer to the source and most populous country in the world, with1,300 million; however this does not mean that we would have the largest diaspora in the world, or the largest number of individuals originating from a country that are scattered on the foreigners.