Corpus ID: 162535633

Tradition and Progress: Taiwan’s Evolution Migration Reality

@inproceedings{2012TraditionAP,
  title={Tradition and Progress: Taiwan’s Evolution Migration Reality},
  author={林季平 and J. Lin},
  year={2012}
}
  • 林季平, J. Lin
  • Published 2012
  • History
  • Much like the United States, Taiwan has a long historical tradition of immigration that fueled its early development. From the 17th century to the 1940s, immigration and the development of Taiwan were largely shaped both directly and indirectly by the Dutch and the empires of China and Japan. Though Taiwan was in large part closed off from the rest of the world socially and economically while under Japanese rule, the country has experienced a new surge of immigration — and, increasingly… CONTINUE READING
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