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Title From urban enclave to ethnic suburb : new Asian communities in Pacific Rim countries / edited by Wei Li.
Published Honolulu : University of Hawai'i Press, c2006
Detail x, 278 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
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Added Author Li, Wei, 1957-
  Li, Wei. Introduction : Asian immigration and community in the Pacific Rim p. 1
  Wood, Joseph S. Making America at Eden Center p. 23
  Smith, Christopher J. Flushing 2000 : geographic explorations in Asian New York p. 41
  Li, Wei. Spatial transformation of an urban ethnic community : from Chinatown to ethnoburb in Los Angeles p. 74
  Laux, Hans Dieter. Koreans in greater Los Angeles : socioeconomic polarization, ethnic attachment and residential patterns p. 95
  Li, Wei. Asian Americans in Silicon Valley : high-technology industry development and community transformation p. 119
  Lo, Lucia. Suburban housing and indoor shopping : the production of the contemporary Chinese landscape in Toronto p. 134
  Edgington, David W. Hong Kong business, money, and migration in Vancouver, Canada p. 155
  Dunn, Kevin M. The social construction of an Indo-Chinese-Australian neighbourhood in Sydney : the case of Cabramatta p. 184
  Ho, Elsie. The Chinese in Auckland : changing profiles in a more diverse society
  Smith, J. Flushing 2000 : geographic explorations in Asian New York p. 41
  Logan, John R. Flushing 2000 : geographic explorations in Asian New York p. 41
  Thieme, Gunter. Koreans in greater Los Angeles : socioeconomic polarization, ethnic attachment and residential patterns p. 95
  Goldberg, Michael A. Hong Kong business, money, and migration in Vancouver, Canada p. 155
  Hutton, Thomas A. Hong Kong business, money, and migration in Vancouver, Canada p. 155
  Roberts, Suzannah The social construction of an Indo-Chinese-Australian neighbourhood in Sydney : the case of Cabramatta p. 184
  Bedford, Richard. The Chinese in Auckland : changing profiles in a more diverse society
  Park, Edward J. W. Asian Americans in Silicon Valley : high-technology industry development and community transformation p. 119
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