Immigration Changes Are Imperative for Japan
Immigration changes are imperative for Japan, if the country is to revitalize its economy, writes John West.
Call for Papers - Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home
The organisers of the conference, "Heritages of Migration: Moving Stories, Objects and Home", Buenos Aires, 6-10 April 2017, have issued a call for papers.
Towards a multicultural Korea?
Could its current wave of immigration transform ethnocentric Korea into a multicultural society asks John West.
Japan's immigration phobia
Japan's immigration phobia is costing the country dearly, argues John West.
Urbanization and Migration in Developing Asia
Urbanization is a complex challenge, with implications that are difficult to forecast, write Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada.
Boosting the Developmental Payoffs of India's Remittance Flows
The full developmental potential of India's migrants' remittances has not been realised argues S. K. Sasikumar.
Asian migration to Australia
While a growing share of migrants to Australia comes from Asian countries like China and India, only a very small number come from Indonesia, Australia's nearest and very important Asian neighbor.
Asia's long suffering migrants
Migrants in Asian countries have potential to contribute to the society and economy in which they reside. But all too often they suffer from migrants' rights abuses.
Managing international labour flows from India
A holistic approach is necessary for managing international labour flows from India, argues Rakkee Thimothy, from the V.V. Giri National Labour Institute in India.
Metro Manila, the film
Metro Manila, the film, is a story of poverty, despair, helplessness and hopelessness of a farming family that migrates to Manila with vain hopes of a better life.
Malaysia's abuses of migrants' rights
Malaysia receives many migrants from Indonesia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and Cambodia. Sadly, many suffer deplorable migrants' rights abuses.
Asia's wasted migration opportunities
Older, labor-scarce Asian countries like Japan, Korea and Taiwan are wasting migration opportunities from their younger, labor abundant Asian neighbors.
The Indo-Canadian paradox
Canada is an enigma. Its society is the most “Asianized” in the Western world. And yet it does not fully capitalize on its Asianization.
Indian migration to Australia: puzzles & potentials
Indian migration to Australia has a deep history, and is now flourishing. Looking ahead, the potential benefits to Australia are enormous.
India's migrants' remittances
Indians working abroad continue to send more money home than their counterparts from other countries.
Welcome to Canada!
Canada extends a very warm welcome to its immigrants, as evidenced in the "Welcome to Canada" booklet published by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. An increasing number of immigrants are Asian.
US on migrants' rights
The United States is an admirable international spokesman on migrants' rights issues. But it still has many challenges to deal with at home.
The power of Asian Americans
Could the increasing migration of highly skilled Asians launch an Asian-driven American century?
Racism and intolerance in Australia
Racism towards Asian and other ethnic groups is alive and well in Australia, despite the country's attempted embrace of the Asian Century.
Marriage migration in East Asia
Migration by women from developing Asia for marriage with men in rich Asian countries is now a dynamic form of migration in East Asia. But it has also become a new avenue for human trafficking.
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