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On the Perceptions and policies of the local authorities In Manchuria in the 1920s
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Lyu, XiuYi
abstract
The immigration of Koreans as foreigners to Manchuria began in the 1860s, and their nationality had been an issue ever since then. At the very beginning, the Chinese government treated the Korean immigrants with a policy of conciliation. However, alongside the intervention of Japan, the nationality of Manchurian Koreans became more complicated. The Manchurian Koreans, who were not assimilated, managed a vast of Manchurian land and this mattered Chinese sovereignty. Since the 1920s, due to the low assimilation rate of the Manchurian Koreans, the Chinese government thought increasing Korean immigration meant the expansion of Japanese power, and changed their perceptions of the Manchurian Koreans. Holding that these immigrants were the pioneers of Japanese aggression, the government attributed many of the diplomatic problems with Japan to these immigrants, and announced that "all problems can be solved by the full assimilation of China". Consequently, Chinese local authorities in Manchuria made a large number of orders and circulars, and carried out the policy of coercion and even expulsion against the Manchurian Koreans. All this was one part of Chinese government’s policy to weaken Japan's power and prevent Japan from expanding its influence in Manchuria.
journal title
The Hiroshima Law Journal
volume
Volume 45
issue
Issue 1
start page
340
end page
311
date of issued
2021-03-15
publisher
広島大学法学会
issn
0386-5010
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jpn
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Departmental Bulletin Paper
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Departmental Bulletin Papers
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