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2018 | 4 | 1 | 161-179
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Chinese migrations in Poland

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Traditionally Poland is a immigrant import country. Since Poland joined EU, Poland has attracted more and more immigrants from other countries. Chinese people started to come to Poland in the beginning of 90s. Recently, since the 21st century, more and more Chinese come to Poland. Currently, Chinese has become the largest number of people from Asian countries coming to Poland. Chinese people have a variety of occupations in Poland. The skilled, and high educated Chinese people have relatively high position in Poland, while there are also labor forces coming from China. This article will discuss the overview of Chinese people in Poland, occupations, and living conditions of Chinese in Poland, and some cases of Chinese people in Poland after the deep depth interview.
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4
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161-179
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2018
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