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eBook World. Wide. Web: Chinese Migration in the 21st Century - And How It Will Change the World epub

by Bertil Lintner

eBook World. Wide. Web: Chinese Migration in the 21st Century - And How It Will Change the World epub
  • ISBN: 9745241504
  • Author: Bertil Lintner
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Orchid Press (January 16, 2013)
  • Pages: 208 pages
  • ePUB size: 1102 kb
  • FB2 size 1209 kb
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This book describes the Chinese influence mainly in the form of its people in small and underdeveloped countries. The author is of no doubt that the 21st century will not be an American century. He thinks that it will be a Pacific Century, the question he asks, is, 'Whose Pacific Century?'

This book describes the Chinese influence mainly in the form of its people in small and underdeveloped countries. Many of them are tiny islands like the Solomon Islands, Cooks Islands, and Tuvalu. He thinks that it will be a Pacific Century, the question he asks, is, 'Whose Pacific Century?' Are we heading for trouble - especially when President Obama had declared that 'our enduring interest in the region demand our enduring presence'.

Timely, autoritative and thought-provoking study of Chinese expansion and related objectives in the 21st century. A ‘must read’ for all China-watchers, or indeed for any who strive to understand the shifting dynamics of world power in the 21st century.

Chinese continue to emigrate in large numbers in the 21st century-but this time around circumstances are different. Often encouraged and even facilitated by the Chinese state-officially or otherwise-modern migrants are often well educated and relatively affluent. And China today offers a myriad of opportunities to those who choose to stay.

Web: Chinese Migration in the 21st Century - and How It will Change the World, Orchid Press, Bangkok, 2011. Great Game East: India, China and the Struggle for Asia’s Most Volatile Frontier, Harper Collins, New Delhi, 2012. a b c d "Bertil Lintner Bio" (PDF).

Web : Chinese Migration in the 21st Century - And How It Will Change the World. Chinese continue to emigrate in large numbers in the 21st century-but this time around circumstances are different. Often encouraged and even facilitated by the Chinese state-officially or otherwise-modern migrants are often well educated and relatively affluent

Chinese continue to emigrate in large numbers in the 21st century-but this time around circumstances are different.

Web: Chinese Migration in the 21st Century-and How It will Change the World, Orchid Press, Bangkok, 2011. Great Game East: India, China and the Struggle for Asia’s Most Volatile Frontier", Harper Collins, New Delhi, 2012. Merchants of Madness: The Methamphetamine Explosion in the Golden Triangle" (coauthored with Michael Black), Silkworm Books, Chiang Mai, 2009, 180 p. "The Kachin: Lords of Burma's Northern Frontier", Teak House Books, Chiang Mai, 1997.

He has published several books including,

Web: Chinese Migration in the 21st Century - And How It Will Change the World: World. Web: Chinese Migration in the 21st Century - And How It Will Change the World: ISBN 9789745241503 (978-974-524-150-3) Softcover, Orchid Press, 2013. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Journalist Bertil Lintner. Learn More at LibraryThing.

Timely, autoritative and thought provoking study of Chinese expansion and related objectives in the 21st century.
Comments: (2)
Nilasida
This is a small (160-page) book about the growing presence of Chinese from China who are either emigrating or merely working overseas. During the time of Stalin, Vladivostock was the only Pacific rim city without a Chinatown. Today, according to the author (who relied on Russian statistics) the Chinese form 3 percent of the population there. This book describes the Chinese influence mainly in the form of its people in small and underdeveloped countries. Many of them are tiny islands like the Solomon Islands, Cooks Islands, and Tuvalu. The author tells the story of the great Taiwanese scoop in 2003 when the Taiwanese announced that the Chinese had built a satellite station in Kiribati (the former Gilbert Islands). But it also talks about the huge influx of Chinese into Eastern Europe, mainly in Hungary, where Chinese travel to Moscow on the Trans-Siberian express and from there to Budapest. Chinese are also moving in large numbers to the South East Asian peninsula to places like Cambodia and Burma. With Burma's democratic elections just over, the situation there will be fascinating. The author describes the Chinese in Burma and the big question is whether they may continue their influence when (and if) the United Wa State Army of Burma is demobbed.

The author is of no doubt that the 21st century will not be an American century. He thinks that it will be a Pacific Century, the question he asks, is, 'Whose Pacific Century?' Are we heading for trouble - especially when President Obama had declared that 'our enduring interest in the region demand our enduring presence'.
Ttyr
There was a little girl,
Who had a little curl,
Right in the middle of her forehead.
When she was good
She was very very good,
And when she was bad she was horrid.

Individually, we simply don't stand up to bullies - and fellow Chinese who are bullies will simply retaliate in due time eg a stalwart and commendable plumber or whatever will get sabotaged and TAUGHT a lesson so that makes a particular type of immigrant with a particular achilles heel - we create our own glass ceiling - and we rely on the largess and support of others - lame ducks in many ways who take liberties when our leashholders give us leave.

What's more, we are far FAR more likely to have third party Chinese not only turn a blind eye when a bully retaliates but actually participate to ensure that they are not on the receiving end of the bully - not under duress, not in iminent danger but as a precautionary act not to mention a latent sadism.

We need a culling.
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