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2015, (4) P1-P7

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The Business of Stereotyping People:The Contemporary Chinese Perception of the Jewish People andthe Official Attempt of Bringing Jewish Money to Harbin

Professor Dan Ben-Canaan

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Efforts in Harbin to rediscover the Jewish People as potential money mongers and plans aiming at bringing "Jewish business" to Heilongjiang and to its capital city should be seen as a present day scheme to attempt at recruiting world Jewish business investments with the cover of history for a particular local purpose. Although the number of Jews who engage in business very successfully is small, most Chinese people believe that the Jews own most of the world’s fortunes. Stereotypes of high Jewish intellect and genus, that all Jews are very good in business, that Jewish money gives the Jews world power, as well as Jewish cunningness – Jewish skill in achieving one’s ends by deceit or evasion, are being presented in academic, social and political spheres. These misguided notions have penetrated all levels of the Chinese society. How this concept of Jews being money dominant power of the world came into being in China, who introduced these and the other stereotypes into the Chinese minds and why, and how it manifests itself in today’s China, are the key questions to this study attempts to answer.

关键词(KeyWords): stereotypes, business, power, history, Chinese

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