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K is the fumigation efficacy C the gas concentration, and T the fumigation time. The efficacy of the fumigant is enhanced by a longer fumigation time or higher gas concentration. As for fumigation temperature, efficacy tends to increase as the temperature increases. The disadvantage of this fumigant is that it is not always as effective as phosphine, especially for pupae and eggs of some insects, in spite of its strong efficacy against adult insects. However, it has been used in warehouse for spices and other agricultural products for almost 50 years, so that relatively predictable fumigation effects can be expected. There are also some advantages to using methyl bromide: its fumigation time is relatively short several hours to a couple of days and it is relatively harmless to humans.
However, hot, tired, hungry and disoriented from the long auto rickshaw ride, before getting down to some serious research, I decided to revive my spirits in a lively cafeteria I had spotted close to the entrance gates. At the counter I chose a masala dosa and sat down at a shady table. Figure 5: A masala dosa. Zoom Original jpeg, 28k Source: Rachel Lee. In the bookshop I enquired about the bathrooms. The owner pointed back down to the gloom at the other end of the corridor.
Figure 6: The gloomy central corridor and the sewing machine room inside the peculiar building. Zoom Original jpeg, 12k Source: Rachel Lee.
As I walked past the cafeteria, I made a mental note to later have lunch there. And then I stopped in my tracks. Venturing around the back, I recognized a rather ominous facade I had seen on another loose snapshot. Figure 7: The entrance area circa left and in right. Figure 8: The ominous facade photographed in the s left and in right. Why the dingy central corridor a very atypical feature for Koenigsberger?
Why the small windows? Why the dominant chajjas? Why the entrance tower?
Additionally, there were also migrants from Hubei, Shandong, and Fujian provinces. Nussbaum in her book on liberal education, where she argues that, in order to cultivate humanity and a sense of global citizenship, three capacities must be developed: Location and positionality and trans-locational positionality are more useful concepts for investigating processes and outcomes of collective identification—that is, the claims and attributions that individuals make about their position in the social order of things, their views of where and to what they belong and to what they do not belong as well as an understanding of the broader social relations that constitute and are constituted in this process.
An Act to apply the Registration of Foreigners Act, and the Foreigners Act, to certain persons to whom they do not at present apply and further to amend the Foreigners Act, Short title. Application of Act 16 of and Act 31 of to certain persons. Notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force, the provisions of the Registration of Foreigners Act, , and the Foreigners Act, , and of the rules and orders made thereunder shall apply to and in relation to any person who, or either of whose parents, or any of whose grand-parents was at any time a citizen or subject of any country at war with, or committing external aggression against, India or of any other country assisting the country at war with, or committing such aggression against, India, as they apply to and in relation to foreigners as defined for the purposes of those Acts.
Amendment of Act 31 of Repeal and saving. These images were dichotomously constructed on a strong moral basis: As Zygmunt Bauman has argued in his book Modernity and Ambivalence, definitions may be very tricky, especially in situations of mobility and human flows: This process ended up creating many new realities that the post representations have failed to grasp altogether.
Law Application and Amendment Ordinance, 5 of is hereby repealed. Many Indian-Chinese quite disliked the Communism imposed by Mao. However, Nehru scapegoated them despite their display of loyalty.
See Zhang and Tansen This discourse took the form of negotiations with the British in regard to Tibet, overseeing the activities of the GMD in South Asia, and coordinating with the Republican government in China on an anti-Japanese coalition. There were, as noted above, also political rivalries within the Chinese community stemming from the Guomindang-Communist conflict in China.
I argue that we can find a very similar process of imperialistic imagination at work in the Nehru administration in the s: Banerjee, before venturing to analyze the Chinese characters in the film Fire, also elucidates how the Chinese had been represented in films made before and after the war of As Bauman has pointed out, however, it is not the duty of the State to redeem its ways, nor is it the duty of its legitimate children to make the effort to deconstruct such biases.
They had lost any kind of real and symbolic capital: The truth suddenly dawned on them: The only chance was to wo r k or leave forever. And there are strangers. Tangra sits on reclaimed swamp land, the whole area dotted with ponds, fish farms, and garbage dumps, and running everywhere with open sewers. India was a new and messy democracy, China an impoverished communist dictatorship.
Culturally, politically, and socially, they were worlds apart. How to forget the past if mnemonic communities of survivors were feasting on nostalgia and by-gone times? But we should not be sweet-talked again into believing a Hindi-Chini Lie Lie. For more details, see Julien Levesque , January 14 at http: The safe space of the China-neighbourhood chinapara and of Tangra had become unsafe and subjected to legal provisions that made working in some businesses virtually impossible: Chattawalla Gully was in the older part of Calcutta, where decaying buildings with peeling paint and missing window panes lined narrow cobble-stoned streets; there was no electricity and the whole street shared a tap that dribbled water only six hours each day.
People lived in crowded one-room apartments, sometimes eight or more to a room. Mrinal Sen could certainly not foresee that after just three years the friendship between China and India would have deteriorated to the point that the character of Wang Lu — in the Indian imagination — would have been turned into an irredeemable villain.
Another very important document that could be useful to follow the difficult path of thousands of Chinese from being migrants from China to becoming Indian citizens, is the memoir by Yin Marsh titled Doing Time with Nehru. See Marsh Unlike the Cantonese, Hakka, and the Hubeinese immigrants, the Shandong traders seem to have not lived in India beyond one or two generations.
In fact, most may have been regularly traveling between India and China, something that is also represented in the character of Wang Lu in the Bengali film. This distinct identity is based on memories of a temporally and geographically distant past which are reconstructed to suit the needs of the present. In other words, diasporas are self conscious and politically organized mnemonic communities.
Their members are brought together by shared memories of their even mythical homeland and they ground their lives in a translocal space which may be partially virtual. The term huaqiao, for example, is usually employed to refer to Chinese nationals living abroad but who still hold Chinese citizenship. Huaren is, instead, applied to indicate those Chinese people who have become foreign citizens. For a broad discussion of this complicated issue, see Sinn See also the introduction to this volume for further insights and clarifications.
These divisions translated into a geography of distant neighbourhoods, but were also based on the diversity of the jobs and the activities practiced in the host country.
For Li, going back to Kolkata today is an experience of nostalgia mixed with surprise.
In a recent interview released on The Telegraph Calcutta, 2nd March , she recalls an old market in Chinatown that had been demolished for making space to a road: My mother sold beansprouts there.
We had a rough time when the market was demolished to make a road. Now, I hear they are planning a new 52 market there. In the Foreword to the Second Edition , Hsieh elaborates: The idea of writing this book has been a long longed for personal goal, attempted many times at many stages of my career but remained un-finished [sic!
The goal that Ming-tung Hsieh set for himself is thus made clear from the real beginning of his work: The use of the English language is very peculiar: Quite the opposite: It is a process that involves deconstructing and transcending our former beliefs and that should 57 also involve us as intellectual, moral, and responsible actors.
These ideoscapes are composed of elements of the Enlightenment worldview, which consists of a chain of ideas, terms, and images, including freedom, welfare, rights, sovereignty, representation, and the massive term democracy. So, while an Indian audience may be attentive to the resonances of a political speech in terms of some keywords and phrases reminiscent of Hindi cinema, a Korean audience may respond to the subtle codings of Buddhist or neo-Confucian rhetoric encoded in a political document.
These scripts can and do get disaggregated into complex sets of metaphors by which people live […] as they help to constitute narratives of the Other and proto-narratives of possible lives, fantasies that could become prolegomena to the desire for acquisition and movement. These exercises in the development of alternative imaginaries are not just practised in the fields of literature or cinema, but also in the more neglected, niched fields of radio and popular TV programmes.
He is at ease in his multi-faceted identity. As he himself writes in one of his blogs, named The Buddha Soliloquies: In that convoluted, contradicting island of humanity that is Mumbai, I bite into my manna and sip freely of my poison.
So to preserve their original aroma and property we need to pack them properly, as they are easily affected by factors like high temperature, humidity, heating, insects, pest, rodents and birds. Pick-up of moisture also results in loss of free-flowing nature of the spice powder. Loss in the volatile oil content or oxidation of some aromatic compounds result in aroma and flavor loss. Discolouration Some of the spices like green cardamom, red chillies, turmeric, saffron contain natural pigments.
Light can affect the pigments resulting in loss or fading of color deterioration. Beyond a certain level of moisture content, spoilage due to microbial growth sets in. The selected packaging materials should have high water vapour and oxygen barriers. The packaging material should therefore begrease and oil resistant and compatible with the product.
To prevent or slow down the deteriorative changes during storage, for easy handling, transportation and to have export potential for spices, the package: 1.
Should have the ability to protect the content from spoilage and spillage.
Should offer protection against physicochemical and microbiological spoilage due to environmental conditions like humidity, temperature, light and oxygen transmission rates and light transmissivity. Should be a good aroma barrier to prevent loss of flavour substance from the product and pick up of foreign odours. Should have good oil and fat resistance characteristics. Should have good machinability characteristics and possess the required mechanical strength properties.
Should have good resistance to insects and mites. Should be compatible with the product packed as regards tainting and migration and conform to the food laws of importing and exporting countries. Should have good appearance and printability to assist in selling suitable attractive graphics.