DeAndre Bethell BGCSE Coursework: Question 2 “EXPLAIN THE IMPACT MIGRANTS HAD ON THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE BAHAMAS IN THE TWENTIETH (20TH) CENTURY?” The sources “Chinese in the Caribbean The Genie Projects” and “The Story of the Bahamas” by Dr. Paul Albury, give us an inside look as to the impact migrants had on the social and economic development of The Bahamas in the twentieth (20th) century. During the late 1900’s, groups such as the Chinese, Jewish, Greeks, and the New England came to The Bahamas in a large population. These immigrants migrated to the Bahamas and influenced many with their social impacts and economic development around Nassau. The Chinese immigrants have had the most drastic social and economic impact on the development of The Bahamas in the twentieth century, dating all the back to the early 1880’s. Originally known to Bahamians as “Celestials,” the Chinese-Bahamians slightly impacted the Bahamas socially with their culture.
It significates POPULAR’s strong revolution into a bilingual bookstore. Today POPULAR is the biggest bookstore chain in Southeast Asia with 143 retail outlets in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. (Popular@Singapore) On 1990 the POPLAR card was made known .Today, there are over 1.5million POPULAR members in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. POPULAR Singapore started a brand new POPULAR Card to rejoice its 20th anniversary in 2009.CD-DRAMA was started in 1991 to retail music and audio products in POPULAR Singapore. (Popular@Singapore) In 1997, POPULAR Limited Holdings was registered on the main board of the Singapore Exchange.
Data from the Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department shows that the number of immigration from Mainland China has raised to 266,577, with 4.1% of total population in 2011(CSD, 2012). It has attracted many people’s interest that Hong Kong has accepted many immigrants especially mainland Chinese in the past decades. Generally, immigration refers to people who move into Hong Kong and get a permanent resident. In terms of many researches, people from other parts of the world but mainly from mainland China immigrate to Hong Kong for four main reasons, which are better education, good social benefits, a lower tax rate and cultural similarity. Meanwhile, immigration brings both positive and negative effects on Hong Kong, which are economic growth,
His mission was to gather information about the Ming Empire and to invade Chinese lands. More than 300 years later, the Spanish domination ended on the 12th of June 1898 when Spain ceded under the Filipinos riots. The Philippines gained their independence on this day and the 12th of June remains the national day of the archipelago. However, what Filipinos didn’t know is that, in the meantime, Spain was forced to sell their territory to the USA for 20 million dollars. Knowing that the national day of the Philippines refers to the end of the Spanish domination,
Most the ruling groups are dependent on foreign investment. This problem came to the surface after 1970’s and Malaysia introduced its new economic policy which focused on providing the locals with ownership of corporate world and MNC’s. It also focused on establishing public companies and transferring control to government as the main objective was to provide Malays with greater integration. The result of this was a reduction of poverty and more equal distribution of wealth and income. THE FALSE PARADIGM MODEL Malaysia’s foreign policy focuses on sovereign integrity and non interference in each other’s internal affairs which is needed.
Chapter 1.0 1.1 Overview of foreign worker in Malaysia Malaysia is one of the countries that have multi-ethnic society which is such as Malay, India, Chinese, and other races. The early of migration of labor from Indonesian archipelago has been started when there are the interaction and exchange with Malay Peninsula and during that period, it has been called as Indo-Malay World. British and Malay authorities welcomed the migrant of Indonesian labor to Malay Peninsula during the most recent colonial past. The reason British and Malay authorities want the Indonesian migrant to Malay Peninsula is because want to meet the manpower to fulfill the requirements of colonial enterprise. There are another reason that Malay Peninsula welcomes the Indonesian migrant to here which is because Indonesian shared the racial and some of the cultural trait with Malay Peninsula.
The latter have established roots in the Philippine to which their ancestors immigrated generations ago. According to Horacio de la Costa, S.J., in speaking of Chinese values in Philippine cultural development, it gives a brief summary of the wide variety and numerous contributions of the Chinese. Contributions that includes were metal tools, pottery, masonry, textile, fruit growing and truck gardening, the use of the carabao not as status symbol as the native chieftains did but as
Soon, the Portuguese were aware of the importance of Malacca and they started their first expedition to Malacca. The King of Portugal sent Diogo Lopes de Sequeira to associate with Sultan Mahmud Shah. Unfortunately, it turned up many Portuguese were being imprisoned by the Sultan but some were escaped. In 1511, Afonso de Albuquerque decided to conquer Malacca with 1,200 men and 18 ships. Afonso de Albuquerque arrived in Malacca in June 1511 and rescued the Portuguese who were imprisoned in the 1509 expedition.
This study will provide a basis on making or improving government policies, rules and regulations regarding accounting for negative externalities in the Philippines. Since the economy is a global issue, the government of the Philippines is in need to intervene with institutions or companies that contribute to it. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK Figure 1. Artistika Corporate Giveaways is considered a micro business. This study shall focus on its environment and how several factors, both external an internal, affect and contribute to the company's growth and establishment.
1.0 ABSTRACT Nowadays, the urban migration issue is not a new problem in all developing countries over the world including Malaysia. The number of migration is increasing year by year and as results it cause many problem in terms of over populated growth and population as well to society. However, based on history in Malaysia, migration are one of the factors which contributed to country in the process of economic and social development. It has started since urbanization during British colonial (1887-1956) introduced a liberal immigration policy. As a result of these policies, many foreign workers, especially from China, India and Indonesia brought in to work on the plantation, construction, mining and administrative.