How Chinese Migrants Are Adapting to Life in Ireland
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One of the largest minority ethnic groups in Ireland, Chinese migrants came here in two main waves. The first wave came from Hong Kong. Members of this group tend to run their own businesses, mostly in the food and catering sector, and most have settled permanently in Ireland. The second wave began in the late 1990s and most were students from the People's Republic of China.
Ni, Jun. (2019). How Chinese migrants are adapting to life in Ireland. RTE Brainstorm, made available Monday, 5th December, 2019, 08.56. doi:10.21427/ygdp-e052