The Chinese Community of Nagasaki seen through “The Nagasaki Times” during 1868-1869


During the Edo period, Europeans lived on Dejima and Chinese were segregated to a facility called “Tojin Yashiki.” According to the descriptions of European visitors to Nagasaki in the 1860s, it is certain that the visitors noticed the existence of Chinese who were quickly expanding their power in the national trade. Therefore, I analyzed English-language newspaper “The Nagasaki Times” to determine the opinions of foreigners in the foreign settlements regarding Chinese residents and arranged the content of descriptions into categories of “economy”, “politics” and “culture and customs” of Chinese.departmental bulletin pape

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