How immigration is shaping Chinese society

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November 27, 2019


Mercator Institute for China Studies


This report indicates foreign immigration to China just before the start of the pandemic. Increased number of high-earning expats, more students from less developed countries, low-skilled labor and marriage migration. Less accommodating shift of attitude towards foreigners in the past ten years(visa/permits). Increasing nationalism boosted intolerance towards ethnic and racial difference. It delves into how immigration is transforming China’s society..


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