Beyond Chinatown : new Chinese migration and the global expansion of China /
edited by Mette Thunø.
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Copenhagen : NIAS Press, 2007.
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xii, 281 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm.
ISBN
8776940004 (pbk.), 9788776940003 (pbk.)
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Copenhagen : NIAS Press, 2007.
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8776940004 (pbk.)
9788776940003 (pbk.)
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6079644
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Because it opens a new approach to the study of recent Chinese migration, this volume will be of interest in the field of both general and Chinese migration studies. But, bringing to life as it does the momentous changes sweeping the Chinese world in all parts of the globe, it will also attract a far wider readership.
Table of Contents
Introduction : beyond 'Chinatown' : contemporary Chinese migrationp. 1
Contemporary Chinese migration : ordinary and distinct
The Chinese overseas : the end of exceptionalism?p. 35
The 'distinctiveness' of the overseas Chinese as perceived in the People's Republic of Chinap. 49
Contemporary Chinese migration : changing economic impact and host-country responses?
Remittances, donations and investments in Qingtian County since 1978p. 67
Detraditionalized and renewed - Qiaoxiang areas : case studies of Panyu and Wenzhou in the reform period since 1978p. 83
The Chinese in Italy at a crossroads : the economic crisisp. 115
Influx of new Chinese immigrants to the Philippines : problems and challengesp. 137
China's rise as a global power and transnational issues
Liuxue and Yimin : from study to migranthoodp. 165
Home as a circular process : the Indonesian-Chinese in Hong Kongp. 182
Rethinking 'home'in diaspora - a family trans-nationalized? : a place of nostalgia? : a commodity for sale?p. 210
The Sinwa of Reunion : searching for a Chinese identity in a multicultural worldp. 234
Altered states : indigenous Australian and Chinese diasporic alliancesp. 254
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