Chuling (Adam) Huang is a doctoral candidate at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University. His research focuses on labour, migration, and development. He is currently researching Chinese agricultural investments in Zambia.

Striking a Balance: How Did China Manage Its Guestworker Program?

Most people would not consider China a typical migrant destination country even though over the past decades it has seen the growth of diverse communities of foreign populations, including African traders in Guangzhou and Yiwu (Wan 2023), intellectual migrants in its universities (Li et al. 2021), and European professionals in the major cities (Camenisch and […]

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