Unpuzzling the Immigration Process for the Taiwanese and Chinese Community in Brazil (73352)

Session Information: Cultural Studies
Session Chair: Amr Mansour

Saturday, 23 September 2023 13:20
Session: Session 3
Room: Room A (Live Stream)
Presentation Type:Live-Stream Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 2 (Europe/Madrid)

Immigration across nations and continent has had a great impact on how nations develop relationships, whether political, cultural, or economic. It is not possible to date when the first group of people who started immigrating, however history has shown an increase of population mobility crossing international borders over the centuries, and more drastically crossing continents in pursuit of improvement of life. The objective of this research is to assess the differences of overseas Chinese, of both Chinese and Taiwanese nationality, in Brazil as immigrants and as first generation of overseas Chinese born in Brazil, to understand the dynamic of the overseas Chinese and how they interact with the local culture, people, the sort of jobs they did when they arrive whereas the jobs they and their children do now and how it impacted the following generation born in a foreign land. It shall be considered the barriers they faced in Brazil, living in a country with a vast gap geographic and culturally speaking as well as the language. As an ongoing research work, a conclusion to this study is yet to be developed in a very near future.

Authors:
Kelly Santana Leite, National ChengChi University, Taiwan


About the Presenter(s)
Ms Kelly Santana Leite is a University Doctoral Student at National ChengChi University in Taiwan

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00