Wenran Jiang, Senior Fellow with the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada and Mactaggart Research Chair at the University of Alberta, writes on China’s global quest for energy and resources.
Canada has 2.8 million citizens – or roughly 8% of the nation’s total population – permanently residing outside Canada.
This paper illustrates how the Canadian population living abroad, now numbering nearly 2.8 million people, has important implications for the development of Canadian citizenship policy.
China is the top source of immigrants to Canada, and an important sources of students and tourists. It is also a major magnet for Canadians in search of better job opportunities...
To understand how Canadian diasporas are established as communities, this study mapped the communication infrastructure of the Canadian diaspora.
This paper benchmarks Canada’s bilateral economic ties with China and compares them with those of other G7 member countries, plus Australia.
The report of the meeting of the Canada-Korea Forum held in Vancouver on November 19-20,
International Journal published a special issue to mark the 25th anniversary of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.
Canada is a nation of immigrants. Little is known, however, about nearly 2.8 million Canadians living abroad.
Canada has a hidden province, more populous than Manitoba or Saskatchewan, with more citizens than all of Atlantic Canada. Where is this ‘secret’ province?
The 2nd annual trilateral conference between Japan-Canada-US took place on August 30-31, 2010 in Tokyo, Japan.
The conference looked at some statistical data on Canadians living abroad and heard descriptions of several centres of overseas Canadian concentration.
Canada has experienced a unique problem as a subset of its immigrants, approximately 10%, leave after ascension to citizenship.
Some preliminary data indicates that 2.7 million individuals, or 8% of Canada’s population, live abroad.
This paper looks at the two major destinations for Canada’s diaspora, namely the United States and Hong Kong, to explore the questions of who leaves Canada and how do leavers perform relative to...
The summary of a paper that measures economic integration in the Asia-Pacific region using a composite index. It describes the index and the finding that the region was...
This 2008-2009 State of the Region Report forecasts of Asia Pacific economies prepared by the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council’s Pacific Economic Outlook panel, released in Lima Peru on ...
The Canada-India relationship is entering a new era based on a wealth of human contacts, India’s economic ascent and the removal of the nuclear issue as a recurrent strategic impediment.
The roundtable examined aspects of Indo-Canadian immigration to Canada. It was observed that a limited number of Indo-Canadians are moving back to India with Canadian citizenship.