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"Mission Invisible" - Rethinking the Canadian Diaspora

  title={"Mission Invisible" - Rethinking the Canadian Diaspora},
  author={Kenny Zhang},
ISSN 1481-0433 * Kenny Zhang is a Senior Research Analyst at the Asia Pacifi c Foundation of Canada specializing in China’s economic development. Mr. Zhang received his B.A. and M.A. degrees in economics from Fudan University, China and the Institute of Social Studies, The Netherlands, respectively. His research focus is on CanadaChina trade and investment relations, labour migration and employment of immigrants. He previously worked as associate research professor at the Shanghai Academy of… 
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  • Canada Asia Commentary No. 41. Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
  • 2006