Closed windows, open doors: geopolitics and post-1949 Mainland Chinese immigration to Canada.

@article{Xf1996ClosedWO,
  title={Closed windows, open doors: geopolitics and post-1949 Mainland Chinese immigration to Canada.},
  author={Liu X-f and G Norcliffe},
  journal={The Canadian geographer. Geographe canadien},
  year={1996},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={306-19}
}
"Since 1949 there have been dramatic changes in the flow of migrants from Mainland China to Canada, which existing structural models of migration, emphasizing factors in the destination country, do not fully capture. Conditions in the country of origin, and geopolitical relationships between China and Canada, played a decisive role in this migration.... Changing geopolitical circumstances led China to develop an open-door policy between 1973 and 1989, leading to increasing flows of migrants to… CONTINUE READING

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