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  • RationalE
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    It's economics.
    It requires impartial look at it.
    Just like a life, it is, was and always will be what it is.

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  • RationalE
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    The next great wave of migration may well be headed towards far eastern asian countries with booming economies/industries and incresing need for skilled as well as unskilled labor.

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  • SunDevilUSA
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    Chinese immigrants generally have a high regard for education, and are entrepreneurial in spirit. Furthermore, they have a high degree of assimilation. Perhaps the Philippines would like to swap us for some of our recent immigrants?

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  • RationalE
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    What is the paradox?
    With 1,306,313,812 people in China (July 2005 est.) and 522.525 (more than half million) migrating out of the country each year , where wouldn't you expect to see them ?

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  • Malinsky
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    According to Teresita Ang-See, an expert on Chinese in the Philippines, there are 80,000-100,000 illegal or overstaying Chinese nationals in the country. The trend has created an immigration paradox. The Philippines, perhaps best-known in recent years for its outgoing migrants, has become a destination for immigrants in its own right.

    http://www.ft.com/cms/s/194f1172-3a0...0779fd2ac.html
    Chinese-Filipinos resent illegal Chinese immigrants

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  • Malinsky
    started a topic Paradox for Philippines as Chinese set up shop

    Paradox for Philippines as Chinese set up shop

    According to Teresita Ang-See, an expert on Chinese in the Philippines, there are 80,000-100,000 illegal or overstaying Chinese nationals in the country. The trend has created an immigration paradox. The Philippines, perhaps best-known in recent years for its outgoing migrants, has become a destination for immigrants in its own right.

    http://www.ft.com/cms/s/194f1172-3a0...0779fd2ac.html
    Chinese-Filipinos resent illegal Chinese immigrants
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