Chinese history in Thailand

Today, our country has more ethnic diversity. Whether Thai people are of Lao descent Thai people of American descent Thai people of English descent And Thai people of Chinese descent And found that at present, the number of people living in Thailand has more than 10 million people, namely Thai people of Chinese descent Surprised, right? Why are there so many? Because Thailand and China have a strong relationship since in the past more than a thousand years


History of Chinese immigrants into Thailand
Dating back to the pre-Sukhothai period, there is still no clear evidence of the Chinese immigration But in the latter days, there is evidence and signs of the Chinese people becoming more apparent. By finding that the Chinese people living in the south have moved to Thailand Due to unrest in China By selecting the junk with the mat, the pillow


In addition, he also found that in the past, we had been trading with the Chinese people. In that period, the historical evidence said that the Chinese taught Thai people to make various crockery. Or chinaware Since then, the relationship between Thailand and China has steadily increased. And many Thai and Chinese people who married and built themselves Settled permanently in this Siamese soil Therefore is the origin of “Thai people of Chinese descent” that we see today in general.


The importance that Thai people give to Chinese people
It is well accepted that the Chinese trading skills are excellent, second to none. Thus making the era of the capital change to Bangkok Thailand has become more prosperous. And resulting in more Chinese immigrants in Thailand The free trade was handed over from the Thai King to Chinese merchants. Because as already mentioned, Thai people want to learn about the development of business or trade-in those days from the Chinese as much as possible. Which the King has seen the benefits that Siamese people may have here Therefore giving freedom to the Chinese people in the trade
Although this article does not provide many details about the history of Thai people of Chinese descent, However, it would be enough for all readers to see the picture of the rough moments, reasons, and the importance of the Chinese who moved into Thailand more. Because of the ability, diligence, and patience that existed in the Chinese people Therefore, today we can see that the majority of Chinese descent are successful in life.

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My name's Pure. I'm a scientist and Biology teacher who has experiences in SEO writing articles, blogs, and website content. I wrote an academic article about wildlife trading in Thailand. In addition, I'm experienced in translating English to Thai.

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I want to know about the trannys in Thailand. 

 

 

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CHINESE IN THAILAND Thailand had the largest Chinese population in Southeast Asia. Ethnic Chinese make up 10 to 14 percent of the population of Thailand, or around than 6 million to 9 million people (the range in numbers has to do with how mixed-blood Thai Chinese are counted). They are largely assimilated and many have intermarried with Thais. Many Chinese became Thai after a few generations. Many recognize their Chinese heritage but no longer identify with the Chinese ethnic group. An estimated 80 percent of Chinese Thais speak Thai at home. Thais intermarry with the Chinese more than the Malaysians… Read more »

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Rise of Anti-Chinese Sentiments After Imperial China collapsed in the early 20th century, Chinese in Thailand were discriminated against. Their schools were closed down and they were barred from certain jobs and business. The Thai King wrote a tract called the Chinese the “Jews of the East.” Some of this was based on prejudice and ignorance. Some was based on worries that Chinese revolutionary politics might spill into Thailand. Thai nationalist attitudes at all levels of society under Rama VI were colored by anti-Chinese sentiment. For centuries members of the Chinese community had dominated domestic commerce and had been employed… Read more »

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Chinese and Business in Thailand Bangkok has a large, influential Chinese community. They are said to be fond of shopping and new condominiums. Bangkok supports six daily Mandarin-language newspapers. At one time half the population of Bangkok was at least part Chinese by descent. Even the royal family has some Chinese blood. Many of the businesses in Thailand are owned by Chinese. Thais have traditionally been involved in farming and governing while Chinese ran commercial and industrial activities. In the 1970s, about 75 percent of all the shops, banks and factories in Bangkok were Chinese owned. In 1995, 11 Thais… Read more »

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