Latin America has witnessed many odd migrations. In 1899, the steamer Sakura Maru set sail from Yokohama to Peru, carrying nearly a thousand Japanese labourers. They were later to be known as the ‘first’ generation, the Issei, and were followed by a steady flow of migrants. Less than one hundred years later, Peruvians elected […]
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