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Manila, Philippines. The City of Lights, the shining beacon of hope for the oppressed. With its capital at Intramuros, it is one of the most densely populated cities in Southeast Asia, with over 10 million people living within its city limits. It's where many jobs are found and oppor

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Manila, Philippines. The City of Lights, the shining beacon of hope for the oppressed. With its capital at Intramuros, it is one of the most densely populated cities in Southeast Asia, with over 10 million people living within its city limits. It's where many jobs are found and opportunities abound - if you're willing to work hard for them.During the first decade of the 1800s until just before World War II, Manila had an enormous Chinese community that formed a very cohesive economic force with its own culture and lifestyle that was not only able to stand on its own but also managed to thrive in this sea of red tape drenched in corruption so thick it could be seen from space... Heating up the waters, the Chinese community in Manila was politically involved in various social issues. Their newspapers, "Sin Paik Tingkot" ("Beacon of Light"), "Sin Paanakalang Si Choki" ("The Beacon of Renown"), and "Sin Huadong Kawayan" ("The Beacon of Heritageness") were published by famous Filipino publisher Francisco Carreon, who came from Pampanga. The Chinese fought for equal voting rights (though this did not end up happening), equal employment opportunities (and got them), equal food rations (and got them) and equal certificates for voting (which was granted later). They also fought and won the right of their companies (some of them were listed in New York and London stock exchanges) to build houses for their employees at minimal cost. This, however, did not sit well with the Spanish government. These successful Chinese businessmen had more rights than they did, and this was unacceptable. The government wanted control of everything even if they didn't really know what it was they were doing; but whatever it was they did want to do, it must be done by themselves. This brings us to our story: The Conflict. It was triggered by a very simple and short-lived event that would lead to MANY tragic and horrible events that would happen in the future. The collision had its root far back into history. The Chinese living in Manila had made a deal with the Spanish government for their entry into the country, which was an agreement of employment for these people in exchange for a percentage of their earnings. Of course, they complied, since they were subjected to extremely harsh laws under Spain's "White Terror" regime from 1872 to 1885, after which a policy of assimilation followed - a policy that forbade them from using their language or practicing their culture. With the United States of America pressuring Spain to end the war and make peace with the Filipinos, the Chinese living in Manila were told that they had to vacate their homes and businesses by 1898 or they would be deported. But even before this happened, their anger had been brewing for a long time and was let out at a banquet held by Francisco Carreon (owner of "Sin Paanakalang Si Choki") on February 13, 1897 at Club del Comercio. A banquet that focused upon many issues.During this event, some of these businessmen said that they would be willing to risk deportation if they could get jobs such as police officers.

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