Chinese diasporas in the contemporary era of China's rise: Migration, settlement and transnational linkages
The rapid rise of China as a major global, economic and political power in recent decades has transformed patterns of Chinese international migration, settlement and diaspora linkages. The effects of these changes are particularly apparent in the Pacific Rim region, including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States, and Pacific Island nations.
The 2018 ISSCO conference seeks to explore and discuss the causes, processes, and consequences of Chinese migration from mainland China and other sources including re-migration from Southeast Asia and the rest of the world.
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