Architecture in Eighteenth-Century East and Southeast Asia Chinese Quarters

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Abstract

Chinese quarters developed significantly during the eighteenth century along the coasts of East and Southeast Asia, exhibiting a common urban milieu in cities such as Manila, Batavia, Hoi An, and Nagasaki. Sharing similarities, they can be found both in states ruled by Asians and by Europeans, allowing for a comparison. This paper aims to prove that urban and architectural approaches of Chinese enclaves in these ports were similar in the eighteenth century and clearly referenced historic water towns of southern China. To do this, historical plans and textual sources of the aforementioned four overseas cities will be used. These results aim to be valuable as an historical basis for studies on acculturation processes in contemporary Chinese quarters.

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Luengo, P. (2021). Architecture in Eighteenth-Century East and Southeast Asia Chinese Quarters. Journal of Urban History. https://doi.org/10.1177/00961442211029249

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