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[SPANISH] Bueno, muy buenas tardes.
El propopsito de presenter en esta ocacion a Jose Luis Liz Sandoval es principalmente con la finalidad de darles a conocer a todos ustedes la importancia que tiene la comunidad China en Baja, California. Los chinos en baja California eh, han participado en diferentes actividades de su tradicion cultural en esta region.

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[ENGLISH] Good afternoon,my purpose this is her speaking okay, my purpose here, this afternoon is to introduce Mr. Luis Sandoval in trying to convey the experience of the Chinese experience or Chinese presence in the state of Baja, California in Mexico.

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[SPANISH] La presencia de los chinos en la costa de Baja ,California se originaron a partir de 1860 con la aperetura del Puerto de San Diego, ellos se dedicaban principalmente a la pesqueria en la Abalonia el pescado rojo en las costas de Baja, California.

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[ENGLISH] The presence of the Chinese immigrants in Baja, California, came about the 1860's with the industry of fishing along the coast of Baja, California namely Abalonia.

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[SPANISH] Pero la presencia mas importante empieza a ocurrir a partir de 1882-1890 cuando se empiezan a hacer los primeros establecimientos de la poblacion china en la region, principalmente provocados por la legislacion de anti-China en 1882 en los Estados Unidoos.

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[ENGLISH] But more importantly, it is about the 1800's, 1885 to be specific that the population surges in the area of Baja, California in its coast due to the anti-Asian sentiment and the laws that came to rise in the US.

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[SPANISH] De hecho en 1903 los chinos fundaron la ciudad de Mexicali en, Baja California.

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[ENGLISH] As a result, in 19 --

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