“The rapid growth of Mainland Chinese international students in Australia has attracted more negative media attention than positive.”
Policy Exchange, a renowned Think Tank published a first of its kind report analysing career patterns on a number of ethnic minorities, including the British Chinese population segment.
In fact, 33% of them are living in London while 11% live in the North West, and 13% reside in the South East.
A quarter (23%) of professional women in the UK with ‘non-white’ sounding names have changed their name to sound more ‘traditionally-British’ in order to get a job, according to a study by Nottx.com, the UK’s only ‘name-blind’ headhunting platform.
Tracing the past: Dr Joseph Yu-Kai Wong’s mission in remembering forgotten histories of World War II Editor’s note: This article was originally published on Nee Hao in June 2012. Endlessly, civilisations and thinkers have clashed in the debate over the value of peace, the viability of pacifism, the necessity of warfare, and the divide between […]
Reflections on a recent book and questions with first author, Lucille Lok-Sun Ngan – By Dr Alex Tan Dr Ngan’s work on the Australian Born Chinese (ABC) echoes that done in the UK with British Born Chinese; with a focus on the role of migration history, the nature of identity, and Chinese identity when part of […]
Nee Hao Magazine’s Guest Contributor Tryn Quan gives us the Asian media low-down on Korean dramas… Korean dramas… what’s the entire craze about them anyways? For me, it’s so that I can live vicariously. Due to my boring 9-5 office job, it’s an entertainment escape that adds a spark to my life. Yes, they can […]
We Are All One or 當我們站起來 is a 10-minute sci-fi fantasy short film by Hong Kong born Canadian Danny Ho that explores the touchy subject of how East Asians (especially East Asian men) are treated and portrayed in Western mass media and how it affects the perception of East Asians in Western society. It features […]