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The China Challenge

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Huhua Cao
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Vivienne Poy

List of Tables, Figures and Maps

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Tables

1Chapter 6

2Table 6.1

3Chapter 6

4Table 6.1

5Immigration from Hong Kong to Canada, 1996–2005 85

6Chapter 7

7Table 7.1

8Numbers of Chinese Students in Selected Countries, with Annual Rankings, 2002–04 109

9Chapter 13

10Table 13.1

11Speakers of Non-Official Mother Tongues in Canada, 1971, 2001 and 2006 162

12Table 13.2

13Population of Canada Aged 15 and Over by Educational Attainment, 2006 164

14Table 13.3

15Population of Canada by Citizenship, 2006 165

16Table 13.4

17Population of Canada Aged 15 and Over by Major Field of Study, 2006 167

18Table 13.5

19Visibility of Chinese Canadians by Occupation, 2006 169

20Table 13.6

21Visibility of Chinese Canadians by Industry, 2006 170

22Chapter 14

23Table 14.1

24Trends in Age Groups within the Population of Mainland China, 1970–2000, with Projections for 2010–2025 185

25Table 14.2

26Indicators of Longevity in Mainland China in 2007, with Projections for 2025 and 2050 186

27Table 14.3

28Selected Characteristics of Immigrants from Mainland China to Canada, 2006 190

29Table 14.4

30Age at Arrival of Samples of Immigrants from Mainland China to Canada, by Period of Arrival, as Reported in 2006 191

31Table 14.5

32Number of Trips to China by Chinese in Canada since Arrival 193

33Chapter 15

34Table 15.1

35New Permanent Residents in Canada by Top Five Mother Tongues, 2000–2008 207

36Table 15.2

37Canadians with Mandarin, Cantonese and Other Chinese Languages as Mother Tongues, 2006 209

38Table 15.3

39Generational Status of Mandarin and Cantonese as Mother Tongues among Canadians, 2006 210

40Table 15.4

41Visible Minority Chinese Reporting Belonging to Canada and Belonging to an Ethnic or Cultural Group, 2002 214

42Table 15.5

43Sense of Belonging to an Ethnic or Cultural Group Correlated with Sense of Belonging to Canada among the Visible Minority Chinese Population, 2002 218

44Chapter 16

45Table 16.1

46Numbers and Main Destinations of Immigrants from Mainland China to Canada, in Successive Periods from before 1961 to 2001–2006 227

47Table 16.2

48Immigrants from Mainland China Going to Fourteen Canadian CMAs, in Successive Periods from before 1961 to 2001–2006 228

49Chapter 17

50Table 17.1

51Weighted Means by Immigration Status 250

52Table 17.2

53Weighted Means by Educational Match 253

54Table 17.3

55Determinants of Mismatch (Multinomial Logit) 256

56Table 17.4

57Wage Impacts of Educational Mismatch (Continuous Variable Approach) 260

Figures

58Chapter 7

59Figure 7.1

60Main Source Countries of Internationally Mobile Students, 2007 110

61Figure 7.2

62Main Destination Countries of Internationally Mobile Students, 1999 and 2007 110

63Figure 7.3

64A “Glonacal” Agency Heuristic 111

65Chapter 13

66Figure 13.1

67Canada’s Top Ten Communities by Ethnic Origin, 2006 159

68Figure 13.2

69Origins of Chinese Immigrants Admitted to Canada, 2006 160

70Figure 13.3

71Immigrants from Mainland China to Canada by Entry Category, 1980–2008 161

72Figure 13.4

73Visibility of Chinese Canadians in Populations of Canada, Provinces, and Territories, 2006 166

74Figure 13.5

75Visibility of Chinese Canadians in Populations of Four Major Cities, 2006 166

76Chapter 14

77Figure 14.1

78Parent–Support Ratios in Mainland China, 1970–2000, with Projections for 2010–2050 186

79Figure 14.2

80Chinese Immigrants to Canada by Place of Origin, 1980–2006 188

81Figure 14.3

82Chinese in Canada with Family in Mainland China by Gender and Marital Status, 2002 192

83Chapter 15

84Figure 15.1

85Selected Non-Official Mother Tongues of Canadians, by Thousands of Users, 1996, 2001 and 2006 208

86Figure 15.2

87Selected Non-Official Languages Spoken in Canada, by Thousands of Speakers, 1996, 2001 and 2006 208

88Figure 15.3

89Knowledge of English and French among Canadians with Chinese Mother Tongues, 2006 212

90Figure 15.4

91Canadians with Chinese Mother Tongues Having Knowledge of Neither English nor French, 2006 212

92Figure 15.5

93Use of Mother Tongues in the Home by Members of Second Generations in Selected Language Groups for Age Cohorts 15 to 24 and 25 to 34, 2006 214

94Figure 15.6

95Proportions of Members of Selected Visible Minority Groups Reporting Belonging to Canada and Belonging to Ethnic or Cultural Groups, 2002 216

96Figure 15.7

97Proportions of Members of Selected Visible Minority Groups Aged 30 to 44 Years, and in First and Second Generations, Reporting Belonging to Canada, 2002 217

98Figure 15.8

99Correlation between Having Friends of the Same First Ancestry and Having a Strong Sense of Belonging to Canada for the Visible Minority Chinese Population, 2002 218

100Figure 15.9

101Correlation between Number of Trips to Country of Birth and Sense of Belonging to Canada for the Visible Minority Chinese Population, 2002 219

102Chapter 16

103Figure 16.1

104Increase in Numbers of Chinese Immigrants in Toronto, Vancouver and Twelve Other CMAs, in Successive Periods from Before 1961 to 2001–2006 229

105Figure 16.2

106Increase in Numbers of Chinese Immigrants in the Canadian Provinces, in Successive Periods from before 1961 to 2001–2006 231

Maps

107Chapter 16

108Map 16.1

109Evolution of Spatial Distribution of Immigrants from Mainland China in Selected Canadian CMAs, 1990 and 2006 232

110Map 16.2

111Spatial Distribution of Chinese toward Suburban Areas of Ottawa, 1960, 1990 and 2006 235

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