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Applied Anthropology

From China to Canada: The Immigration Experience of a Mainland Chinese Group in Toronto

Robert Guang Tian

We live in a rapidly changing and globalized world within which the transnational mass movements of population become more popular than ever before. In the contemporary world complex population movement refugees are a growing element associated with the new world order that followed the end of the Cold War (Richmond 1994:xi). As a specific phenomenon with the growth of state hegemony in the 15th century, refugee experience is hardly new (Donnely and Hopkins 1993:2). It has been an international problem that increasingly challenges scholars all over the world since World War II.

High Plains Applied Anthropologist No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997 pp 105 – 125

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