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« on: October 11, 2012, 12:56:37 PM »
Who here is part Chinese?

Ayaw pa uwaw..ha...don't let the Scarborough Shoal incident deflect your interest in your ancestral heritage...

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« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2012, 12:59:32 PM »
100% Chinese ahoang lola ; ang mama sa ahoang mama. So that makes me 1/4th Chinese.

Lola's side comes from Guanzhou. I have relatives there gehapon. Distant na jud.

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« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2012, 01:03:13 PM »
The Cantonese term for Chinese- Filipino is: Wàh fèi [  华菲 ].

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« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2012, 01:06:11 PM »
Chinese-Filipinos in the Philippines


Chinese Filipinos are well represented in all levels of Filipino society, and well integrated politically and economically. The ethnically Chinese Filipinos comprise 1.3% (1.1 million) of the population or 22% of the population including Chinese mestizos, Chinese Filipinos are present within several commerce and business sectors in the Philippines and are estimated to own a majority of the Filipino economy.

The Chinese Filipinos has always been one of the largest ethnic groups in the country with Chinese immigrants comprising the largest group of immigrant settlers in the Philippines. They are one of the three major ethnic groupings in the Philippines, namely: Christian Filipinos (73% of the population-including indigenous ethnic minorities), Muslim Filipinos (5% of the population) and Chinese Filipinos (22% of the population-including Chinese mestizos). Today, most Chinese Filipinos are locally born. The rate of intermarriage between Chinese settlers and indigenous Filipinos is among the highest in Southeast Asia, exceeded only by Thailand.

 However, intermarriages occurred mostly during the Spanish colonial period because Chinese immigrants to the Philippines up to the 19th century were predominantly male. It was only in the 20th century that Chinese women and children came in comparable numbers. Today, Chinese Filipino male and female populations are practically equal in numbers. These Chinese mestizos, products of intermarriages during the Spanish colonial period, then often opted to marry other Chinese or Chinese mestizos. Generally, Chinese mestizos is a term referring to people with a partial Chinese ancestry.


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Chinese-Mestizos in the Philippines


Chinese mestizos are persons of mixed Chinese and either indigenous Malay or Spanish (or both) ancestry. They make up 20% of the country's total population (those who are pure blooded or at least 50% Chinese make up at least 2% of the population). A number of Chinese mestizos have surnames that reflect their heritage, mostly two or three syllables that have Chinese roots (e.g., the full name of a Chinese ancestor) with a Hispanized phonetic spelling. The Chinese mestizos may also be known as Tsinoys (alternatively spelled as "Chinoy"), although this term may also refer to the full-blooded Chinese Filipinos; and/or Chinito, a term that largely denotes physical characteristics (referring to slanted eyes) rather than ethnic origin or cultural orientation. During Spanish times, they were legally classified as Mestizo de Sangley which was printed on their cedulas or community tax certificates.

During the Spanish colonial period, the Spanish authorities encouraged the Chinese male immigrants to convert to Catholicism. Those who converted got baptized and their names Hispanized, and were allowed to intermarry with indigenous Malay women. They and their mestizo offspring became colonial subjects of the Spanish crown, and as such were granted several privileges and afforded numerous opportunities denied to the unconverted Chinese. Starting as traders, they branched out into landleasing, moneylending and later, landholding.


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Economic aptitude




Ethnic Chinese play a key role in the Philippine economy, as they do throughout Southeast Asia. Chinese Filipino entrepreneurs are particularly strong adherents to the Confucian paradigm of intrapersonal relationships. Many Chinese Filipino entrepreneurs have a proclivity to reinvest most of their business profits for expansion. A small percentage of the firms were managed by Chinese with entrepreneurial talent, were able to grow their small enterprises into gargantuan conglomerates.


Filipinos of ethnic Chinese origin control an estimated 50 to 60 percent of nonland share capital in the Philippines, and as much as 35 percent of total sales are attributed to the largest public and private firms controlled by ethnic Chinese.


Ethnic Chinese entrepreneurs are estimated to control 60 to 70 percent of the Filipino economy.They essentially focus on sectors such as semiconductors and chemicals, real estate, land, and property development, banking, engineering, construction, fiber, textiles, finance, consumer electronics, food, and personal computers. In the Philippines, ethnic Chinese are estimated to control over one-third of the 1000 largest corporations. In the Philippines, Chinese entrepreneurs control 47 of the 68 locally owned public companies. 55 percent of overall Filipino private business is also generated by ethnic Chinese. Chinese owned companies account for 66% of the sixty largest commercial entities.


The majority of the Philippines' principal banks are now Chinese Filipino-controlled, including Philippine Savings Bank and most notably Metrobank Group, the country's largest and most aggressive financial conglomerate. By the mid 1990's ethnic Chinese controlled 40% of the national corporate equity. Ethnic Chinese also control the shipping, textiles, construction, real estate, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, and personal computer industries as well as the nation's wholesale distribution networks. Outside of commerce and finance, Chinese Filipinos control 6 of the 10 English-language newspapers in Manila. Apart from the aristocratic Zobel de Ayala family and most notably the Marcos family, Bong Bong and Imee are currently both elected officials in the Philippines In addition, most the wealthiest billionaires in the Philippines are Filipino Chinese or of partial Chinese descent, according to a report by Philippine Star.


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« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2012, 01:18:37 PM »
Historical tid bit: During the spanish colonial era, the Chinese were considered "dogs" or the lowest of the social order. They were discriminated by ethnic Malays and by the Spanish.

Question: How did the Chinese overcome such racial discrimination? How did the lowest "social class" in the Philippines become the most prosperous in the entire country?


I'd like to hear your answer....

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« Reply #7 on: October 11, 2012, 01:22:37 PM »
Even in Valencia, the mayors are mostly Chinese. Either Lim or Gan. :P

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« Reply #8 on: October 11, 2012, 01:22:56 PM »
Ang Mayor sa Tagbilaran, Lim pod. :P

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« Reply #9 on: October 11, 2012, 01:23:24 PM »
Ang Vice Governor sa Bohol, si Dra. Conching Lim, the former Mayor of Valencia. Inchik pod.

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« Reply #10 on: October 11, 2012, 01:31:28 PM »
Surnames



Most Chinese Filipinos today have single syllable Chinese surnames, the most common of which are Tan (陳), Ong (王), Lim (林), Go/Ngo (吳), Ng/Uy/Wong (黃), Gao/Kao (高), Chua/Cua (蔡), Sy/See/Si (施), Co (許), Lee/Dy (李), and Ching/Chong (莊).

Chinese Filipinos, as well as Chinese mestizos who trace their roots back to Chinese immigrants to the Philippines during the Spanish Colonial Period, usually have multiple syllable Chinese surnames such as Chuacuco, Chuatoco, Cojuangco, Colico, Dioquino, Dyloco, Dytoc, Dy-Cok, Dytioco, Gueco, Gokongwei, Kimpo/Quimpo, Limcuando, Ongpin, Pempengco, Quebengco, Sycip, Tambengco, Tambunting, Tanbonliong, Tantoco, Tiongson, Tungol, Yap, Yuchengco, Tanciangco, Yu, Yuipco, and Yupangco, among such others. These were originally full Chinese names which were transliterated into Spanish and adopted as surnames.


There are also multiple syllable Chinese surnames that are Spanish transliterations of Hokkien words. Surnames like Tuazon (Eldest Grandson), Dizon (Second Grandson), Samson (Third Grandson), Singson (Fourth Grandson), Gozon (Fifth Grandson), Lacson (Sixth Grandson) are examples of Hokkien words with Spanish transliterations used as surnames for some Chinese Filipinos who trace their ancestry from Chinese immigrants to the Philippines during the Spanish Colonial Period also. In contrast, more recent immigrants have single syllable Chinese surnames. Many Chinese mestizos (as well as Spanish-Chinese and Tornatrás) have also either inherited or took on Spanish or indigenous surnames, such as Espiritu, Martines, Madrigal, Santos, or Zarate. A lot of Chinese Filipinos also took on Filipino surnames the moment they were naturalized. Today, it is difficult to identify who are Chinese Filipinos based on surnames alone.

To determine who Chinese Filipinos are, one should know their background and family history and culture.



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Contribution in Philippine Health Care



In health care, Chinese Filipinos were instrumental in establishing and building renowned medical centers in the country including the Chinese General Hospital and Medical Center, the Metropolitan Hospital, the Angelo King Medical Center at the De La Salle Health Sciences Institute, Chong-Hua Hospital and the St. Luke's Medical Center, one of Asia's leading health care institutions.


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St. Luke's Medical Center, Manila


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« Reply #12 on: October 11, 2012, 02:14:09 PM »
Historical tid bit:[/u] During the spanish colonial era, the Chinese were considered "dogs" or the lowest of the social order. They were discriminated by ethnic Malays and by the Spanish.

Question: How did the Chinese overcome such racial discrimination? How did the lowest "social class" in the Philippines become the most prosperous in the entire country?


I'd like to hear your answer....
i'm no historian or sociologist, but any pedestrian mind can conclude that the chinese immigrants who came here worked harder and saved more in the same way perhaps that filipinos who immigrate or work abroad work harder and save more.

if we consider the history of the current filipino-chinese taipans, how they started from scratch and how they worked their backs off to achieve what they are now, we could cry.

why the name SM (for shoe mart) came to be is a case in point.
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« Reply #13 on: October 11, 2012, 02:47:17 PM »

our father told us a wee bit of overlooked history about this, though i don't know the real score.  truth must be out there somewhere in the middle...

valencia's filipino-chinese, the forebears of the current lims included, once tried to establish themselves as storeowners in dimiao, back at a time when valencia was just a barangay of dimiao (no wonder, valencia being just 10 kilometers away). 

but dimiao was rather xenophobic.  (peace, dimiaonons.  this was long ago.  my father is from dimiao; this makes me half-dimiaonon.)  according to the story, the chinese were made to feel unwelcome, even to the point of having their place stoned sureptitiously during the night.  so they bailed out and settled in the nearest big barangay to establish themselves.  this was valencia.

through the generations, valencia became more vibrant economically, purportedly because of its chinese community, while dimiao stood still in time along with its quiet comfort and, let's face it, music and culture and tradition. 

we know how a vibrant economic activity affects the whole community.  valencia produced more professionals per capita (i have no factual basis here; it's a story i simply heard and took as truth, judging from the town's practice of hanging caratolas in front of houses describing whose residence such and such is, i.e., attorney, engineer, doctor, what-nots).  in the old days, i enjoyed reading such signs (i honestly am not used to them), even considering that "NFA" for national food authority was also a college course.

take this situation into the bigger world... that explains the vibrancy of the u.s.  a country or a place that takes in and gives chances to different peoples with different talents from different cultures is bound to develop more. 

today, it is valencia that has its own hospital that serves neighboring towns, including dimiao. 

p.s.  as i read those caratolas in valencia, i noticed too that there really was no filipino-chinese family in dimiao.  i wonder if things are still the same.  i haven't been in those two towns for a long time now (except for those occasional few minutes at the cemeteries to honor the dead).

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« Reply #14 on: October 11, 2012, 02:49:17 PM »

from his father's side, no doubt.  his mother is a neri, a close relative of the late vice-president emmanuel neri pelaez (1915 – 2003).  it was probably this relation that gave the current tagbilaran mayor a taste for politics.

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« Reply #15 on: October 11, 2012, 02:49:36 PM »

I liked your answer, Isles. To be honest with you, I don't know about the story of SM, but now that you mentioned it here, I'm going to read about it.

When my Lola was still alive she told me that when they were growing up as kids in Bohol, the other school children would taunt her for being Chinese. Lola told me that her father, who was an immigrant from China, spoke with a very strong Cantonese accent. Because of this, there were some people who taunted him. Despite this limitation, however, my grand father was a very successful businessman.

She said that during her youth, it was very unpopular kono to be Chinese kai people used to mock them. Now, in the current era, I notice that there are some Filipinos who take advantage of the current China-Philippines territorial row to hurl racist comments on Chinese or Chinese-Filipinos. I've even read in some blogs where Pinoys say idiotic things such as, 'All Chinese are scum, Chinese are liars and thieves...etc etc'. Reading comments like these , to be honest, made my blood boil.

It seems as if there is a sense of jealousy and animosity towards the Chinese Filipinos.

I don't know why some Filipinos who are of Chinese ancestry are almost afraid or scared to be proud of their heritage.


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wa lage moentra ang tinuoray nga insik...si talahurong  Laoshi Ge Hu Bag Gan. ;D
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Ikaw Bugs murag may lahing chinese ba ka? akong hunahuna pareha tang duha dili chinese spanish tag kaliwat heheheh.
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« Reply #18 on: October 11, 2012, 02:56:36 PM »

unfortunately, this kind of discrimination is more universal than we care to admit.  consider the mexicans in the u.s.  that's how the chinese once were, in our country.  even if subsequent generations are beyond this, we can't help but take on the attitudes and biases and sins of our forebears.

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« Reply #19 on: October 11, 2012, 02:59:25 PM »

hehehe....medyo half chinese akong mata pero sa tinuoray mestiso nigerian akong panit....
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