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Below this elite were Indians, Africans, Asians, and an amazing spectrum of mixed-race individuals. Where chinos fit into this confusing blend of races has not been adequately addressed by scholars, despite their unheralded contribution to sinifying new spain 25 what Latin American academics call the mestizaje (mixed-race) society of colonial Mexico. The terms chino or indio chino underwent a startling metamorphosis from their original meaning once the galleons from Manila began transporting Asian immigrants to New Spain.