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100 1  Wong, Bernard P,|eauthor 
245 10 Ethnicity and entrepreneurship :|bthe new Chinese 
       immigrants in the San Francisco Bay Area /|cBernard Wong 
264    Boston :|bAllyn and Bacon,|c1998 
300    viii, 120 pages ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  New immigrants series 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 115-120) 
505 0  Ethnicity and Economic Adaptation -- From China to San 
       Francisco. The History of Chinese Immigration. The New and
       Old Immigrants: A Contrast. The Chinese in the San 
       Francisco Bay Area. Residential Patterns. Chinatown: The 
       Symbolic and Cultural Center. Chinese Associations. 
       Chinatown as a Center of Ethnic Resources -- Who Are The 
       New Chinese Immigrants? The Sources of the New Chinese 
       Immigration. Mainland China: Immigration Enthusiasm. The 
       Uncertain Future of Hong Kong: 1997 and Beyond. Taiwan: Is
       There a Future? Educational and Occupational Backgrounds 
       of the New Immigrants. Economic Resources of the New 
       Immigrants -- Economic Challenges and Responses for the 
       New Immigrants. Economic Opportunity for the New 
       Immigrants. The Ethnic Niche of the Chinese. Engineers, 
       Educators, and Entrepreneurs -- Family and Traditional 
       Values: The Bedrock of Chinese Business. The Role of 
       Kinship in Chinese Business. Family Members as Employers 
       and Employees. Confucianism, Traditions, and Business. 
       Business Continuity -- Global Strategies of Chinese 
       Professionals and Businessmen. The "Astronaut" Trend. 
       Global Business Strategies. The Establishment of an 
       International Trading Network. Returning Home for 
       Business. Transnational Workers: Other Countries. 
       Conclusion -- Survival and Adaptation in Modern America. 
       Contributions of the New Chinese Immigrants. Politics and 
       the New Immigrants. Establishing Roots and Identities in 
       America. Conclusions: Economic Adaptation and Ethnicity 
650  0 Chinese Americans|zCalifornia|zSan Francisco Bay Area
       |xSocial conditions 
650  0 Chinese Americans|zCalifornia|zSan Francisco Bay Area
       |xEconomic conditions 
650  0 Immigrants|zCalifornia|zSan Francisco Bay Area|xSocial 
       conditions 
650  0 Immigrants|zCalifornia|zSan Francisco Bay Area|xEconomic 
       conditions 
650  0 Chinese American businesspeople|zCalifornia|zSan Francisco
       Bay Area 
650  0 Entrepreneurship|zCalifornia|zSan Francisco Bay Area 
651  0 San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.)|xSocial conditions 
651  0 San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.)|xEconomic conditions 
776 08 |iOnline version:|aWong, Bernard P.|tEthnicity and 
       entrepreneurship.|dBoston : Allyn and Bacon, 1998
       |w(OCoLC)988743042 
830  0 New immigrants series 
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