chinese migrant entrepreneurship in australia from the 1990s

Chinese Migrant Entrepreneurship In Australia From The 1990s
Author: Jia Gao
Publisher: Chandos Publishing
Release Date: 2015-08-08
Pages: 200
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For more than two decades Australia has not only prospered without a recession but has achieved a higher growth rate than any Western country. This achievement has been credited to Australia’s historic shift to Asia; the transformation of the relationship between these two countries is one of the most important changes in the Asia-Pacific region. However, the role of new Chinese migrants in transforming Sino-Australian relations through their entrepreneurial activities has not been deeply explored. Chinese Migrant Entrepreneurship in Australia from the 1990s adds new theoretical considerations and empirical evidence to a growing interest in entrepreneurship, and presents an account of a group of new Chinese migrant entrepreneurs who have succeeded in their business ventures significantly contributing to both Australia and China. The first chapter introduces the history between Australia and China, followed by chapters focusing on post-migration realities, economic opportunities, Chinese outbound tourism and the use of community media. The final chapter concludes with a summary. Focuses on the people whose entrepreneurial activities have spread across industries and facilitated trade and cultural contacts Analyses the experiences of the new migrants from China Offers evidence that challenges outdated but still widely held assumptions about ethnic Chinese entrepreneurs Presents longitudinal research on the new Chinese migrant community in Australia since the late 1980’s Demonstrates a dynamic process that challenges the overemphasis on the impact of globalisation on Chinese entrepreneurs

Chinese Migrant Entrepreneurship In Australia From The 1990s  Case Studies Of Success In Sino Australian Relations
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Chinese Immigration And Australian Politics
Author: Jia Gao
Publisher: Springer Nature
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Contemporary Chinese Diasporas
Author: Min Zhou
Publisher: Springer
Release Date: 2017-09-15
Pages: 435
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This book focuses on International migration among the Chinese long before European colonists set foot on the Asian continent. Long before European colonists set foot on the Asian continent, the Chinese moved across sea and land, seasonally or permanently, to other parts of Asia and the rest of the world to pursue economic opportunities and alternative means of livelihood. This volume addresses the new Chinese diasporas around the world, offering a snapshot of the cosmopolitan and shifting nature of Chinese population dynamics from the perspectives of anthropologists, sociologists, and scholars of international studies.

Management Strategies And Technology Fluidity In The Asian Business Sector
Author: Ordóñez de Pablos, Patricia
Publisher: IGI Global
Release Date: 2017-12-15
Pages: 338
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The ultimate success or failure of a business, in modern society, depends on a variety of factors across all levels of the organization. By utilizing dynamic technology and management techniques, businesses can more efficiently reach their goals and become successful in the growing market. Management Strategies and Technology Fluidity in the Asian Business Sector is a critical scholarly resource that examines the collaboration in business, management, and technology in Asia. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics such as business ethics, entrepreneurship, and international trade, this book is geared towards academicians, students, and managers seeking current research on business in Southeast Asia.

Minorities And Media
Author: John Budarick
Publisher: Springer
Release Date: 2017-03-03
Pages: 204
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This book examines the relationships between ethnic and Indigenous minorities and the media in Australia. The book places the voices of minorities at its centre, moving beyond a study of only representation and engaging with minority media producers, industries and audiences. Drawing on a diverse range of studies – from the Indigenous media environment to grassroots production by young refugees – the chapters within engage with the full range of media experiences and practices of marginalized Australians. Importantly, the book expands beyond the victimization of Indigenous and ethnic minorities at the hands of mainstream media, and also analyses the empowerment of communities who use media to respond to, challenge and negotiate social inequalities.

Experiences Of Transnational Chinese Migrants In The Asia Pacific
Author: David Fu-Keung Ip
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
Release Date: 2006
Pages: 188
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This title provides a much needed theoretical account of socio-cultural and identity issues surrounding middle-class Chinese migration in the changing context of migration policies and issues in Australia and other places. It also offers insights to students studying the current changing face of Chinese migration and provides relevant data to policy-makers, managers and practitioners in the field of immigration and multicultural affairs. This is a cutting edge volume that advances theories, methodologies and policy issues relating to contemporary middle-class Chinese migrants. It reports and discusses multidisciplinary research undertaken in Australia, Canada and New Zealand. The book will not only serve as an introductory textbook for students of migration studies, social sciences and China studies, but also as a reference source for those who are interested in learning about recent Chinese migration in Asia and the Pacific.

Australia S Business Challenge
Author: Russell Fynmore
Publisher: Australian Government Pub Service
Release Date: 1992
Pages: 328
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BG (copy 1): From the John Holmes Library collection.

Migration Research In The Asia Pacific
Author: Colleen Mitchell
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Release Date: 1998
Pages: 104
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The Chinese Diaspora
Author: Laurence J. C. Ma
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Release Date: 2003
Pages: 400
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An ancient secret has found its way into the hands of a powerful wielder of necrotic magic named Iltar. The Dark Necromancer follows Iltar and his loyal companions as they embark on an epic quest to re-forge the Au'misha'k; an amulet of immense power that turned the tide of a thousand year war between the factions of dragonkind that ruled Iltar's world of Kalda centuries ago. Iltar's journey is fraught with adventure, intrigue and deception. From the dangers of Draco Isola to the majestic ruinous city of Merda, The Dark Necromancer is riveting with excitement.

Re Examining Chinese Transnationalism In Australia New Zealand
Author: Manying Ip
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Release Date: 2001
Pages: 59
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Journal Of Chinese Overseas
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Release Date: 2011
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Release Date: 2006
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Asian And Pacific Migration Journal
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Release Date: 2002
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Australia And North East Asia In The 1990s
Author: Australia. East Asia Analytical Unit
Publisher: Australian Government Pub Service
Release Date: 1992
Pages: 306
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The report of a study commissioned by the Commonwealth Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to evaluate development in that area of Asia comprising Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and the two Koreas, and to advise on how best Australia could increase its economic and political influence in the area.

World Migration 2005 Costs And Benefits Of International Migration
Author: International Organization for Migration
Publisher: Academic Foundation
Release Date: 2006
Pages: 494
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Migration And Public Policy
Author: Vaughan Robinson
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub
Release Date: 1999
Pages: 645
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Migration and Public Policy brings together the most significant papers by leading scholars on both international and internal migration. It investigates the role of governments in encouraging, discouraging or forcing such migration. The book critically appraises the motivation for state intervention, including economic efficiency, strategic considerations or an attempt to achieve ethnic, racial or religious homogeneity, and the intended and unintended effects of this intervention.This authoritative collection will be a valuable resource for students, academics, politicians and policymakers who have an interest in migration policy.

State Nation Transnation
Author: Katie Willis
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2004-05-05
Pages: 296
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This edited volume examines the relationship between the nation and the transnation, focusing on transnational communities in the Asia-Pacific region. Setting the book within a theoretical framework, the authors explore a range of themes such as migration, identity and citizenship in chapters on China, the Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, Australia, Singapore and Cambodia.

The Chinese Face In Australia
Author: Lucille Lok-Sun Ngan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2012-06-07
Pages: 220
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The book explains how multi-generational Australian-born Chinese (ABC) negotiate the balance of two cultures. It explores both the philosophical and theoretical levels, focusing on deconstructing and re-evaluating the concept of ‘Chineseness.’ At a social and experiential level, it concentrates on how successive generations of early migrants experience, negotiate and express their Chinese identity. The diasporic literature has taken up the idea of hybrid identity construction largely in relation to first- and second-generation migrants and to the sojourner’s sense of roots in a diasporic setting somewhat lost in the debate over Chinese diasporas and identities are the experiences of long-term migrant communities. Their experiences are usually discussed in terms of the melting-pot concepts of assimilation and integration that assume ethnic identification decreases and eventually disappears over successive generations. Based on ethnography, fieldwork and participant observation on multi-generational Australian-born Chinese whose families have resided in Australia from three to six generations, this study reveals a contrasting picture of ethnic identification.

Transcultural Cities
Author: Jeffrey Hou
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2013-02-11
Pages: 336
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Transcultural Cities uses a framework of transcultural placemaking, cross-disciplinary inquiry and transnational focus to examine a collection of case studies around the world, presented by a multidisciplinary group of scholars and activists in architecture, urban planning, urban studies, art, environmental psychology, geography, political science, and social work. The book addresses the intercultural exchanges as well as the cultural trans-formation that takes place in urban spaces. In doing so, it views cultures not in isolation from each other in today’s diverse urban environments, but as mutually influenced, constituted and transformed. In cities and regions around the globe, migrations of people have continued to shape the makeup and making of neighborhoods, districts, and communities. For instance, in North America, new immigrants have revitalized many of the decaying urban landscapes, creating renewed cultural ambiance and economic networks that transcend borders. In Richmond, BC Canada, an Asian night market has become a major cultural event that draws visitors throughout the region and across the US and Canadian border. Across the Pacific, foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong transform the deserted office district in Central on weekends into a carnivalesque site. While contributing to the multicultural vibes in cities, migration and movements have also resulted in tensions, competition, and clashes of cultures between different ethnic communities, old-timers, newcomers, employees and employers, individuals and institutions. In Transcultural Cities Jeffrey Hou and a cross-disciplinary team of authors argue for a more critical and open approach that sees today’s cities, urban places, and placemaking as vehicles for cross-cultural understanding.