Migration, Indigenization and Interaction : Chinese Overseas and Globalization.

By: Suryadinata, Leo
Publisher: Singapore : World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, 2011Copyright date: ©2011Description: 1 online resource (335 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789814365918Subject(s): Chinese -- Foreign countries.;Immigrants -- History.;GlobalizationGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Migration, Indigenization and Interaction : Chinese Overseas and GlobalizationDDC classification: 304.85 LOC classification: DS732 -- .M54 2011ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1. Migration and Globalization -- 2. North America -- 3. South and Southeast Asia -- 4. China and Chinese Overseas -- 5. Concluding Remarks -- Part 1 Migration and Globalization -- Chapter 1 Migration, Localization and Cultural Exchange: Global Perspectives of Chinese Overseas -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Migration -- 3. Localization -- 4. Cultural Exchange -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2 Three Cultures of Migration -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The First Model -- 3. The Second Model -- 4. The Third Model -- 5. Conclusion: Old Models, New Practices -- References -- Chapter 3 The Huagong, the Huashang and the Diaspora -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Migratory Context -- 3. Revival of Migration from Mainland China -- 3.1. Diversification of Sending Areas and the Profile of Emigrants -- 3.2. Inter-Polar Migrations have Remained Important -- 3.3. New Geography of the Chinese Migrations and the Diaspora -- 4. Proletarian and Commercial Migrations -- 4.1. A Massive and Continued Proletarian Migration -- 4.2. Temporary and Contractual Migrations -- 4.3. Merchant Migrations, A Global Phenomenon -- 5. The Merchant and the Proletarian: Two Contrasted but Interdependent Figures -- 5.1. Two Familiar Figures -- 5.2. A Singular Social and Spatial Form: The "Entrepreneurial Diaspora" -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- Part 2 North America -- Chapter 4 Immigrants from China to Canada: Issues of Supply and Demand of Human Capital -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Overview of Immigration from PRC to Canada -- 3. Salient Issues Influencing Flow of China-Born Immigrants -- 4. Canada's Valuation of Human Capital Brought by PRC Immigrants -- 5. Future Trends -- 6. Policy Implications for Canada -- References -- Chapter 5 Deconstructing Parental Involvement: Chinese Immigrants in Canada -- 1. Introduction.
2. Barriers to Chinese Immigrant Parent Involvement -- 3. Reconceptualizing Parental Involvement -- 4. Informal Learning -- 5. Methodology -- 5.1. Participants -- 5.2. Data Collection -- 5.3. Data Analysis -- 6. Findings -- 6.1. Learning School Expectations -- 6.2. Self Teaching Canadian Curriculum -- 6.3. Maintaining Chinese Language -- 6.4. Instilling Hybridity of Two Cultures -- 7. Conclusions and Implications -- References -- Chapter 6 Migration, Ethnicity and Citizenry of Chinese Americans in Selected Regions of the US -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Waves of Chinese Migration to the US -- 3. Indigenization, Integration and Assimilation -- 4. Ideology of Capitalism -- 5. The Gender Perspective -- 6. Post-Ethnicity -- 7. Pan-Ethnicity -- 8. "Flexible Citizenship" -- 9. Beyond Post Ethnic and Post-Pan Ethnic -- 10. Conclusion -- References -- Part 3 South and Southeast Asia -- Chapter 7 Territory and Centrality Among the Chinese in Kolkata -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Three Definitions of the Centrality, One Territory? -- 2.1. The Centrality Produced by Urban Evolution (Fig. 1) -- 2.2. A Segregation-Dominated Integration in the Space Hindu System -- 2.3. The Part of the Chinese's Way of Thinking -- 3. Territory Creates Centrality -- 3.1. Methodology: The Building of Mental Maps -- 3.2. Elements Shown on the Maps -- 3.3. The Avoided Spaces and the Limits of the Territory -- 4. Tangra: An Insular Space -- 4.1. A Common Vision of Tangra -- 4.2. Asserting One's Difference with a Binary Way of Urban Practices -- 4.3. Preserving Tangra Thanks to the Other Overseas Space -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8 Examining the Demographic Developments Relating to the Ethnic Chinese in Vietnam Since 1954 -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Terminology -- 3. The ethnic Chinese in the DRV -- 4. The ethnic Chinese in the ROV -- 4.1. Vietnam War.
5. The Ethnic Chinese Population in Vietnam Since 1975 -- 5.1. Demographic Developments -- 5.2. The Ethnic Chinese in the South: Spring 1975 to Spring 1978 -- 5.3. Was Socialist Transformation Anti-Chinese or Anti-Capitalist? -- 5.4. Early Refugee Flows from the South -- 5.5. The Exodus of Ethnic Chinese from the North in 1978 -- 5.6. The Ethnic Chinese in Vietnam from Mid-1978 to Mid-1979 -- 5.7. Reliability of Vietnam's Population Statistics -- 5.8. The Ethnic Chinese in Vietnam Since Late 1979 -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 9 Integration, Indigenization, Hybridization and Localization of the Ethnic Chinese Minority in the Philippines -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Chinese Maoris of New Zealand -- 3. Localization of the Chinese in the Philippines -- 4. The Chinese Mestizo -- 4.1. Political Role -- 4.2. Social Development Role -- 5. Non-homogeneous, Non-cohesive Communities -- 6. Conclusion -- Chapter 10 Elephant vs. Tiger: A Comparative Analysis of Entrepreneurship of Two Prominent Southeast Asian Beer Corporations -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Family-owned Firm Management Style -- 3. Overseas Chinese Business Networks -- 4. Joint Ventures with Foreign Companies -- 5. Chinese Ethnicity and Identity Shapes Different Chinese Business Structures -- 5.1. Singapore -- 5.2. Thailand -- 6. Tigers vs. Elephants: A Case Study on Southeast Asian Brewing Companies -- 6.1. Food and Drink Industry in Southeast Asia -- 6.2. The Elephant: Chang Beer (TCC Group) -- 6.3. The Tiger: Tiger Beer (APB Group) -- 7. Discussion -- 7.1. Joint Ventures with Outsiders -- 7.2. Chinese Family Business -- 7.3. Management Style -- References -- Part 4 China and Chinese Overseas -- Chapter 11 Migration and China's Urban Reading Public: Shifting Representations of "Overseas Chinese" in Shanghai's Dongfang Zazhi (Eastern Miscellany) 1904-1948 -- 1. Introduction.
2. Shanghai's Dongfang Zazhi (东方杂志): A Magazine for the Times -- 3. Overseas Chinese in the Dongfang Zazhi (东方杂志) -- 4. Discussion and Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 12 Return Chinese Migrants or Canadian Diaspora? Exploring the Experience of Chinese Canadians in China -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Diaspora and Transnational Migration -- 3. China in the Age of Globalization -- 4. Report of Findings -- 4.1. Profile of Canadian Diaspora in Beijing -- 4.2. Motivations to Move -- 4.3. Employment Re-Integration in China -- 4.4. Experience of Social Re-Integration -- 5. Four Case Studies -- 5.1. Case One -- 5.2. Case Two -- 5.3. Case Three -- 5.4. Case Four -- 6. Conclusion and Policy Implications -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Index.
Summary: Key Features:This book attempts to cover various issues and regions, both the West and Asia. It is very topical and up-to-date. The contributors consist of both young and old writers. The senior writers are leading authorities in the field.
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Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- 1. Migration and Globalization -- 2. North America -- 3. South and Southeast Asia -- 4. China and Chinese Overseas -- 5. Concluding Remarks -- Part 1 Migration and Globalization -- Chapter 1 Migration, Localization and Cultural Exchange: Global Perspectives of Chinese Overseas -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Migration -- 3. Localization -- 4. Cultural Exchange -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2 Three Cultures of Migration -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The First Model -- 3. The Second Model -- 4. The Third Model -- 5. Conclusion: Old Models, New Practices -- References -- Chapter 3 The Huagong, the Huashang and the Diaspora -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Migratory Context -- 3. Revival of Migration from Mainland China -- 3.1. Diversification of Sending Areas and the Profile of Emigrants -- 3.2. Inter-Polar Migrations have Remained Important -- 3.3. New Geography of the Chinese Migrations and the Diaspora -- 4. Proletarian and Commercial Migrations -- 4.1. A Massive and Continued Proletarian Migration -- 4.2. Temporary and Contractual Migrations -- 4.3. Merchant Migrations, A Global Phenomenon -- 5. The Merchant and the Proletarian: Two Contrasted but Interdependent Figures -- 5.1. Two Familiar Figures -- 5.2. A Singular Social and Spatial Form: The "Entrepreneurial Diaspora" -- 6. Conclusion -- References -- Part 2 North America -- Chapter 4 Immigrants from China to Canada: Issues of Supply and Demand of Human Capital -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Overview of Immigration from PRC to Canada -- 3. Salient Issues Influencing Flow of China-Born Immigrants -- 4. Canada's Valuation of Human Capital Brought by PRC Immigrants -- 5. Future Trends -- 6. Policy Implications for Canada -- References -- Chapter 5 Deconstructing Parental Involvement: Chinese Immigrants in Canada -- 1. Introduction.

2. Barriers to Chinese Immigrant Parent Involvement -- 3. Reconceptualizing Parental Involvement -- 4. Informal Learning -- 5. Methodology -- 5.1. Participants -- 5.2. Data Collection -- 5.3. Data Analysis -- 6. Findings -- 6.1. Learning School Expectations -- 6.2. Self Teaching Canadian Curriculum -- 6.3. Maintaining Chinese Language -- 6.4. Instilling Hybridity of Two Cultures -- 7. Conclusions and Implications -- References -- Chapter 6 Migration, Ethnicity and Citizenry of Chinese Americans in Selected Regions of the US -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Waves of Chinese Migration to the US -- 3. Indigenization, Integration and Assimilation -- 4. Ideology of Capitalism -- 5. The Gender Perspective -- 6. Post-Ethnicity -- 7. Pan-Ethnicity -- 8. "Flexible Citizenship" -- 9. Beyond Post Ethnic and Post-Pan Ethnic -- 10. Conclusion -- References -- Part 3 South and Southeast Asia -- Chapter 7 Territory and Centrality Among the Chinese in Kolkata -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Three Definitions of the Centrality, One Territory? -- 2.1. The Centrality Produced by Urban Evolution (Fig. 1) -- 2.2. A Segregation-Dominated Integration in the Space Hindu System -- 2.3. The Part of the Chinese's Way of Thinking -- 3. Territory Creates Centrality -- 3.1. Methodology: The Building of Mental Maps -- 3.2. Elements Shown on the Maps -- 3.3. The Avoided Spaces and the Limits of the Territory -- 4. Tangra: An Insular Space -- 4.1. A Common Vision of Tangra -- 4.2. Asserting One's Difference with a Binary Way of Urban Practices -- 4.3. Preserving Tangra Thanks to the Other Overseas Space -- 5. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8 Examining the Demographic Developments Relating to the Ethnic Chinese in Vietnam Since 1954 -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Terminology -- 3. The ethnic Chinese in the DRV -- 4. The ethnic Chinese in the ROV -- 4.1. Vietnam War.

5. The Ethnic Chinese Population in Vietnam Since 1975 -- 5.1. Demographic Developments -- 5.2. The Ethnic Chinese in the South: Spring 1975 to Spring 1978 -- 5.3. Was Socialist Transformation Anti-Chinese or Anti-Capitalist? -- 5.4. Early Refugee Flows from the South -- 5.5. The Exodus of Ethnic Chinese from the North in 1978 -- 5.6. The Ethnic Chinese in Vietnam from Mid-1978 to Mid-1979 -- 5.7. Reliability of Vietnam's Population Statistics -- 5.8. The Ethnic Chinese in Vietnam Since Late 1979 -- 6. Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 9 Integration, Indigenization, Hybridization and Localization of the Ethnic Chinese Minority in the Philippines -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Chinese Maoris of New Zealand -- 3. Localization of the Chinese in the Philippines -- 4. The Chinese Mestizo -- 4.1. Political Role -- 4.2. Social Development Role -- 5. Non-homogeneous, Non-cohesive Communities -- 6. Conclusion -- Chapter 10 Elephant vs. Tiger: A Comparative Analysis of Entrepreneurship of Two Prominent Southeast Asian Beer Corporations -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Family-owned Firm Management Style -- 3. Overseas Chinese Business Networks -- 4. Joint Ventures with Foreign Companies -- 5. Chinese Ethnicity and Identity Shapes Different Chinese Business Structures -- 5.1. Singapore -- 5.2. Thailand -- 6. Tigers vs. Elephants: A Case Study on Southeast Asian Brewing Companies -- 6.1. Food and Drink Industry in Southeast Asia -- 6.2. The Elephant: Chang Beer (TCC Group) -- 6.3. The Tiger: Tiger Beer (APB Group) -- 7. Discussion -- 7.1. Joint Ventures with Outsiders -- 7.2. Chinese Family Business -- 7.3. Management Style -- References -- Part 4 China and Chinese Overseas -- Chapter 11 Migration and China's Urban Reading Public: Shifting Representations of "Overseas Chinese" in Shanghai's Dongfang Zazhi (Eastern Miscellany) 1904-1948 -- 1. Introduction.

2. Shanghai's Dongfang Zazhi (东方杂志): A Magazine for the Times -- 3. Overseas Chinese in the Dongfang Zazhi (东方杂志) -- 4. Discussion and Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 12 Return Chinese Migrants or Canadian Diaspora? Exploring the Experience of Chinese Canadians in China -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Diaspora and Transnational Migration -- 3. China in the Age of Globalization -- 4. Report of Findings -- 4.1. Profile of Canadian Diaspora in Beijing -- 4.2. Motivations to Move -- 4.3. Employment Re-Integration in China -- 4.4. Experience of Social Re-Integration -- 5. Four Case Studies -- 5.1. Case One -- 5.2. Case Two -- 5.3. Case Three -- 5.4. Case Four -- 6. Conclusion and Policy Implications -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Index.

Key Features:This book attempts to cover various issues and regions, both the West and Asia. It is very topical and up-to-date. The contributors consist of both young and old writers. The senior writers are leading authorities in the field.

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