International Migration: The Success of Chinese Immigrants


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International Migration: the success of Chinese Immigrants
Immigration has been an important part of Canada. The adoption of a liberal multicultural immigration regime has brought about a global recognition that Canada is one of the most ethno-culturally diverse nations on earth; it has also brought to light the fact that Canada is one of the most tolerant and welcoming nations on the planet. Of course, not all groups have shared equally in the benefits to be conferred upon anyone who becomes a citizen of Canada: some ethnic groups have fared better than others – with Chinese immigrants faring, arguably, better than all. Over the next several pages, this paper will focus on the Chinese immigrant minority and note how their history in...
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