On 10 May, the latest publication of project members Elena Barabantseva and Caroline Grillot came out with the Journal of Asian Studies. The article examines “China’s developing governing regime for international marriages from the perspective of its sovereign concerns related to border stability, population management, and national security”. It shows “how marriage immigration relates structurally…
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Lai Pik Chan and Michaela Pelican presented on “Managing Foreigners in China: Perspectives from Guangzhou and Shenzhen” at the CA/AC conference in Brussels, June 27-29, 2018.
Immigrants in China, with its full project title “Immigration and the Transformation of Chinese Society”, is a three-year collaborative research project between European and Chinese researchers (2015-2018). As a part of the China-Europe “Understanding Population Change” Collaborative Research Initiative, the project utilizes multidisciplinary research methodologies (social and cultural anthropology, demography, international relations and politics, legal studies, business studies, media studies, and education) to study the dynamics and implications of foreign immigration to China.