Chinese Migration Waves to Canada After 1945

$19.95

Add to cart
Essay #: 059537
Total text length is 12,564 characters (approximately 8.7 pages).

Excerpts from the Paper

The beginning:
Chinese migration waves to Canada after 1945
This paper looks at the post-World War II immigration wave from Hong Kong and China to Canada. The essay discusses the flow of Chinese to Canada after World War II and looks at the spike in immigration that took place in the 1980s. The paper also looks at the further increase in immigration from China after the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre and explores Chinese immigration in the 1990s. Additionally, the paper looks at Chinese immigration in the 2000s. Finally, the paper explores the Chinese immigrant community today. Overall, the essay argues that those Chinese who came after 1989 were more anti-government (anti-Beijing) than their predecessors and also more anti-communist...
The end:
.....Statistics Canada. 2000. 16 Apr. 2010 http://www.statcan.gc.ca/kits-trousses/pdf/social/edu01b_0001d-eng.pdf
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. “Chinese immigration.” CBC News Indepth. 10 Jun. 2004. 16 Apr. 2010 http://www.cbc.ca/news/background/china/chinese_immigration.html
“Chinese immigration to Canada.” 16 May 2009. 16 Apr. 2010 http://www.sunwukong.ws/consulting/passport_visa,103877.aspx
“Lecture 13: Post-Mao.” Slides 1-16 (additional information not provided). 
Li, P.S. “Immigration from china to canada in the age of globalization: issues of brain gain and brain loss.” Pacific Affairs, 81.2(2008): 217-239.  
Tian, Guan. Chinese Canadians, Canadian Chinese: coping and adapting in North America. Queenston, ON: Edwin Mellen Press, 1999.