Remapping the landscape of skilled expatriates in post-1997 Hong Kong

Wang, C. 2009. Remapping the landscape of skilled expatriates in post-1997 Hong Kong. New Zealand Chinese Association and International Society of the Study of Chinese Overseas Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand 18 - 19 Jul 2009

TitleRemapping the landscape of skilled expatriates in post-1997 Hong Kong
AuthorsWang, C.
TypeConference paper
Year2009
ConferenceNew Zealand Chinese Association and International Society of the Study of Chinese Overseas Conference

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