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Multinational Migration: Comparing Highly Skilled Indian and Chinese Migrants in the Pacific Rim

Lecture by Shaohua Zhan, Nanyang Technological University Singapore

Monday, March 4, 2024

5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
Dodd Hall, Rm 147
Also Available Online via Zoom (see note)


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Shaohua Zhan is Head and Associate Professor of Sociology Division, School of Social Sciences at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. His research interests include international migration, land politics, food security, social policy, and comparative historical research, with a focus on China and other East Asian nations. He is the author of China and Global Food Security (Cambridge University Press, 2022) and The Land Question in China: Agrarian Capitalism, Industrious Revolution, and East Asian Development (Routledge, 2019). His current projects focus on Indian and Chinese migrants in comparative perspective, transnational grandparenting, and China’s land and food issues.

This lecture is presented in conjunction with the UCLA winter course "Asian Community: Border-Crossing, Diasporic Formation, and Social Transformation in the Asian World" (Sociology M139 / Asian American Studies M179), with generous funding from the Eurasia Foundation (from Asia).

This lecture will be offered in person at Dodd Hall 147 and online via Zoom.


Sponsor(s): Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Center for Study of International Migration, Center for India and South Asia

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