i Immigration Name Institution Professor Course Date Chinese Immigration and work The trends of immigration have always changed over time whereby the reasons why different groups move to new places have been different. The Chinese were the main victims of this kind of immigration which was majorly initiated by the desire for work opportunities. Earlier in during 1840s first Chinese generation people had realized that their situation was difficult and had to find a way of earning wages that could stabilize their living (Green & Kadoya 2015). Most of the young males had to migrate to the United States to utilize the little formal education and experience which they had gained. The main reason for the immigration into the United States was the desire for gold which they had always dreamt of and thought it would easily help them change their lives. The situation was however different for the States seemed very much unfair but it later turned an advantage as the people later found ways to develop their own countries from the knowledge which they had gained.The lesson from this assignment comes out to be that the nations which were involved in the earliest immigration which was accompanied by torture and humiliation have recently come out to be very competitive (Dunn 2016). They gained a lot of knowledge and skills which they later utilized to ensure that their economy was steadily flowing in order to catch up with other developed nations. References Hooper K. &Batalova J. (2015).Chinese immigrants in the United States. Migration Policy Institute 28. Dunn K. (2016). Immigration and Work. Hollifield J. Martin P. L. &Orrenius P. (Eds.). (2014). Controlling immigration: A global perspective. Stanford University Press. Green D. &Kadoya Y. (2015). Contact and threat: Factors affecting views on increasing immigration in Japan. Politics & Policy 43(1) 59-93. [...]
This essay is meant to inspire students to think critically about the research methodologies being used within the various presentations. The Asia 301 symposium is strategically designed to expose students to a multi disciplinary view of Asian Studies at WSU and to afford them opportunities to engage with new and interesting research. It encourages students to explore their own interests with awareness of how research is or can be conducted on a particular topic. Your research essay must be 4-5 pages (1,000 - 1,500 words) in length, typed, 12 pt. Times New Roman font, double-spaced, and have 1” margins. The paper must be uploaded to the “Academic (Research) Essay" drop box in the course space on Blackboard by Thursday April 6 (11:55pm). Please note: For help understanding methodology, please refer to the "Explaining Methodologies" folder for definitions and explanations. The folder will be available after the entrance survey has been completed and intended to help with writing your research essay.