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Fanni Beck

The Changing Place of the Chinese in Europe

by Fanni Beck and Pál Nyíri

In 1998, an edited volume on the Chinese in Europe identified several successive waves of ethnic Chinese immigration to Europe: small traders from Zhejiang Province in the early twentieth century; colonial migrants from Hong Kong and adjacent areas in the mid-twentieth century; postcolonial migrants from Southeast Asia after decolonization and the Vietnam War; and traders...

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Chinese “Golden Visa” Migrants in Budapest

by Fanni Beck, Eszter Knyihár and Linda Szabó

With China’s changing position in global capitalism and the reconfiguration of its social structures, an increasing number of urban middle- and upper-class families are moving to a select few countries across the globe. Surveys indicate that this “exodus of the wealthy” is motivated by postmaterialist...

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