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Reluctant Exiles?: Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese (Hong Kong Becoming China : the Transition to 1997)

by Ronald Skeldon

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Published by M.E. Sharpe .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology - General,
  • Hong Kong (China),
  • Emigration and immigration,
  • Sociology,
  • History: World,
  • Asia - General,
  • Emigration & Immigration,
  • Chinese,
  • Foreign countries

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages380
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8642912M
    ISBN 101563244322
    ISBN 109781563244322

    History. After the passage of the Immigration and Nationality Act of , an influx of Cantonese-speaking Hong Kong immigrants settled in Chinatown, San Francisco, California, Chinatown, Los Angeles, California, and Chinatown, Manhattan, New Chinatown neighborhoods, many Hong Kong immigrants opened businesses such as Chinese restaurants and supermarkets. ^, US Citizen Services, U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong & Macau, Hong Kong. ^ Ronald Skeldon. Reluctant Exiles?: Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese. Hong Kong University Press. – [J ]. ISBN ^ Foley, Michael (). Religion and the New Immigrants: How Faith Communities Form Our.

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Reluctant Exiles?: Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese (Hong Kong Becoming China : the Transition to 1997) by Ronald Skeldon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reluctant Exiles?: Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese (HONG KONG BECOMING CHINA) 1st Edition by Ronald Cited by:   Reluctant Exiles?: Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese (Hong Kong Becoming China: The Transition to ) - Kindle edition by Skeldon, Ronald, Wang, Xiaohu (Shawn).

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Reluctant Exiles?:Manufacturer: Routledge. Description This work presents an assessment of the migration from Hong Kong that has occurred since the second half of the s.

This pronounced outflow of highly educated people (a "brain drain") is having a profound impact on destination areas, as well as on Hong Kong itself. Chinese migration from Hong Kong has been the subject of intense inquiry since the late s.

What is remarkable is that this is the first time that any Chinese population has been studied as an emigrant group while in the throes of migrating. Reluctant Eodlesi Migrationfrom Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese. Armonk, New York: M. Sharpe, xx, pp. Hardcover $, isbn 1.

This book is available on-line from Reluctant Exiles?: Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese (Hong Kong Becoming China: The Transition to ) Ronald Skeldon (Editor) M E Sharpe () This book is available on-line from New Immigrants in New York Nancy Foner (Editor).

The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Reluctant Exiles. Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese introduce the period of Chinese arrivals and furthermore deal with the.

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Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese New York M.E. Sharpe)| false. The migration and settlement of Hong Kong Chinese in Australia. In R. Skeldon (Ed.), Reluctant exiles. Migration From Hong Kong and the new overseas Chinese (pp. Skeldon (ed.), Reluctant Exiles.

Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese (Armonk, NY: M. Sharpe, ) and Migration from Hong Kong: Tendencies and Impacts (Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, ). Google Scholar. ReluctantEodlesiMigrationfrom HongKongand the New Overseas Chinese. Armonk, New York: M.

Sharpe, xx, pp. Hardcover $, isbn Paperback $, isbn As looms on the horizon, the residents ofHong Kong wonder what will be their fate when the British colony reverts back to Chinese sovereignty.

Get this from a library. Reluctant exiles?: migration from Hong Kong and the new overseas Chinese. [Ronald Skeldon;] -- Hong Kong Becoming China: the transition to The retrocession to Chinese sovereignty of Hong Kong in and Macau in have been milestones in the PRC's national reunification drive.

While these two South China coast enclaves share many similarities under Western colonial rule, their homecoming to China was markedly different in several key dimensions.

HK's contested sovereignty and democratization mired Sino-British. “ Searching for a safe haven: the migration and settlement of Hong Kong Chinese immigrants in Toronto ”. In Reluctant Exiles. Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese, Edited by: Skeldon, R.

– Armonak: ME Sharpe. [Google Scholar] on Hong Kong migrants to Toronto). FOBs and Twinkies are mildly pejorative labels.

Emigration is not new from Hong Kong but its volume is presently at an all-time high. This paper examines whether this exodus is in response to the return of Hong Kong to Chinese. Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese By Ronald Skeldon M. Sharpe, Read preview Overview The Last Half Century of Chinese Overseas By Elizabeth Sinn Hong Kong University Press, Reluctant Exiles?: Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese Hardcover – Sept.

30 by Ronald Skeldon (Author), Xiaohu (Shawn) Wang (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Ronald Skeldon, Xiaohu (Shawn) Wang.

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Place Order. Reluctant Exiles. Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. Skeldon, Ronald “The Chinese Diaspora or the Migration of Chinese Peoples?” In The Chinese Diaspora: Space, Place, Mobility, and Identity ed Laurence, Ma and Carolyn, Cartier Lanham, Md: Rowman and Littlefield.

Ronald Skeldon, ed., Reluctant Exiles. Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese (Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press, ).

Google Scholar. Economist, 60 (Aug. ); information on migration to Singapore supplied by the Singapore Consulate General in Hong Kong. Skeldon, Ronald. Emigration from Hong Kong.

Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, Provides much useful information on the background of Hong Kong immigrants. Tsai, Jung-Fang. Hong Kong in Chinese History: Community and Social Unrest in the British Colony, New York: Columbia University Press, (with D.

Lary) "Hong Kong Migration to Canada: the Background" in R. Skeldon (Ed) Reluctant Exiles? Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese (Armonk, N.Y. and Hong Kong: M.E. Sharpe and Hong Kong University Press) pp.

"Hong Kong Immigration and the Chinese Community of Vancouver" in R. Skeldon (Ed) Reluctant Exiles? The Last Half Century of Chinese Overseas. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, – Rao, Reluctant Exiles? Migration from Hong Kong and the New Overseas Chinese. M.E. Sharpe, New York. Thomas, T.

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