Handbook of chinese migration identity and wellbeing handbooks of research on contemporary china series robyn r iredale fei guo on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers iredale and guo have produced a twenty first century handbook by placing chinese migration in a world context a one stop shop for up to date information about chinese internal and international migration. They offer a new perspective on the identity formation of chinese migrants whilst focusing on their wellbeing and communities students and researchers of contemporary chinese demography internal migration and international affairs will find this handbook to be essential reading. This paper presents a retrospective analysis of chinas hukou household registration system in the last five decades since its promulgation reviewing the history of that system from a broad socio political perspective more specifically the paper focuses on revealing trends in the development of the system over time and identifying many of its important ramifications for modern chinese . Identity and wellbeing handbooks of research on contemporary china series edited by iredale r robyn and guo fei the recent unprecedented scale of chinese migration has had far reaching consequences within china many villages have been drained of their young and most able workers cities have been swamped by the floating population . This chapter is based on a study of international mobility and migration of chinese scientists moving between china and australia it investigates the social dynamics of relationship building between scientists working across the two countries chinese scientists in australia provide an important human resource for science and technological development
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