Features of Transnationalism in British Columbia’s Korean Community Introduction Models of transnationalism can imply that immigrants either integrate in adoptive societies, or maintain linkages to their societies of origin or to other emigrants elsewhere, although these phenomena are not mutually exclusive. (Delmo: 2010) British Columbia’s Korean community is one of many Canadian communities to show successful integration in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland area while keeping up connections to Koreans elsewhere in the world. This is the more interesting given how the British Columbia Koreans constitute a smaller and newer community than the longer established, larger Toronto population. The Canadian Koreans of Vancouver and southern...The end:
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