An immigrant minority : the adaptation of Chinese in Papua New Guinea
This study examines the adaptation of Chinese as a minority population in Papua New Guinea during the past 80 years. The analysis is focused on two general themes: how did the Chinese achieve their present economic position in Papua New Guinea, and what are the implications of their changing socio-political status in view of the developments towards political independence. Large scale immigration of Chinese to New Guinea began at the turn of this century, when skilled Chinese labourers...[Show more]
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