I am looking to add a paper to a panel on the policy aspects of migration and diversity in East Asia. The general intent is to move beyond critique of policy toward a more careful attention to the way in which policy discussion reflects actual revisions in public and governmental thinking. The panel covers China (both mainland and Hong Kong), Japan, and Korea. But we would like to add a paper either on Taiwan or Singapore. The session abstract is here.
If you are interested, please contact David Haines
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