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The Labor and Economy Of The Chinese in Vietnam: Centering on Chinese in Saigon Cholon, Republic of Vietnam (1955~1975)
Goh Leng Hoon
Republic of Vietnam
Absract It has been 42 years since the Republic of Vietnam was taken over and unified by the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. Having been through the wave of refugees from 1975 to 1990, Vietnam’s Saigon Chinese social classes and occupations have seen a certain degree of transition. However, since the Republic of Vietnam was established, general academic opinions on this country have been quite biased. Thus this research studies the situation of the Saigon Chinese with the aim of benefiting later research in understanding the Chinese economy and labor affairs at the time. By analysing the history of the Chinese and their transport in Vietnam, this research studies the history of the relations between the Chinese people and Vietnam. It uses relevant government records to compare and analyse the differences between the actual situation of the Chinese in Vietnam, and that recorded in the archive of the Republic of China. At the same time, it also uses materials from other languages to put together an account of the state and types of Chinese occupations there. It finds that the Chinese contributed a great deal to the country, thus disputing the argument that they mainly came from the lower classes. Hence, this research contributes a detailed analysis that will benefit later research.
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