Japanese American Internment Analysis

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When it comes to the similarities of the topic migration, between the Japanese and Chinese it was concluded that just “like the Chinese, the Japanese crossed the Pacific driven by dreams of making money” (pg. 233). In other words, both groups reason for coming to American was for the money. Despite the similarly found between both groups there were much more differences found. Such as when Japanese wanted to escape poverty levels Chinese wanted to escape the peasant rebellions such as the Taiping Rebellion and the bloody strife between the Punti (“Local People”) and the Hakkas (“Guest people”). During the migration experience many Chinese people didn’t bring their women because of traditions while may Japanese women did. When it came to jobs, most Chinese and Japanese lost their land but because of the high taxes many …show more content…

According to one of the video Japanese American internment-government perspective. The government made the us or other countries see that the japenesse voulunteery moved and relocated but once peole ask the japennse they say that the governemt forced them to move out. In other words, the government insisted that the japense relocated because of various reasons such as work or because they wanted to but in reality they were forced to. They made their own society within the consistration camps they basically made their own ayerqui just like they did in hawii on top of the hill was the managers middle the nice homes purteges japenese soliders the actual campers lived under them in wooden frame houses the Philippines where even below than the Japanese they lived rundown camps. “By 1940, 40 percent of all Chinese lived in two cities San Francisco and New York.” (Pg204). Chinese people were much more accepted than Japanese people more japensse were send back to their homeland. Their were students who worried they wont be able to finish school and feared for their

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