Southeast Asian And Canada

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Mind Map on Southeast Asian And Canada, created by Weeweo scralper on 01/14/2014.

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Southeast Asian And Canada
1 Past
1.1 1913 - European starts to colonize in Southeast Asia
1.1.1 Assuming...
1.1.1.1 Wanted to be independant, so they migrated to Canada
1.2 Spanish Colonization In The Phillipeans
1.2.1 1898 - Filipino revolutionaries' want independence from Spain but, Spain lost in a war against United States of America
1.2.1.1 Inferring...
1.2.1.1.1 Since the Filipinos wanted independence, some migrated to Canada to be free and independent.
1.3 Dutch East-India Company goes bankrupt and gets dissolved

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  • In 1602, the Dutch Parliament gave the monopoly of trade and colonial to the company in the area of Java
1.3.1 Dutch state took over the company's possessions.
1.3.1.1 Created a class system where the Dutch put themselves at the top over the Indoesians
1.3.1.1.1 Assuming...
1.3.1.1.1.1 Some of the Indoesians got mad at the Dutch and migrated to Canada
2 Present
2.1 2011 - Southeast Asia Population In Canada: 1,615,9235

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  • Chinese Canadians 1,487,580 Indo-Canadians 1,165,145 Filipino Canadians 662,600 Vietnamese Canadians 220,425 Lebanese Canadians 190,275 Korean Canadians 168,890 Iranian Canadians 163,290 Pakistani Canadians 155,310 Sri Lankan Canadians 139,415 Japanese Canadians 109,740 Afghan Canadians 62,815 Armenian Canadians 55,740 Turkish Canadians 55,430 Iraqi Canadians 49,680 Syrian Canadians 40,840 Cambodian Canadians 34,340 Bangladeshi Canadians 34,205 Palestinian Canadians 31,245 Taiwanese Canadians 30,330 Laotian Canadians 22,090
2.1.1 Filipino Canadians: 662,660
2.1.2 Vietnamese Canadians: 220,425
2.1.3 Cambodian Canadians: 34,340
2.1.4 Laotian Canadians: 22,090
2.1.5 Taiwanese Canadians: 30,330
2.1.6 Indo-Canadians: 662,600
2.2 Culture
2.2.1 Today, many the Southeast Asians immigrants are getting use the Canadian lifestyle and are slowly adapting to it but, keeping their own traditional ways as well.
2.3 Employment
2.3.1 Currently, the minority of Southeast Asians work managerial business while, the majority of Southeast Asians work in a skilled/semi-skilled category.
2.3.2 Today, some Southeast Asians have problems getting into the workforce.
2.3.2.1 Language Barriers
2.3.2.2 Discrimination
2.3.2.3 Criminal Activity
2.3.3 The average of income of the Southeast Asian person is $38,700 while, non-visible minority person makes $52,300. Compared to 5 years ago, since the data was taken, the gap between Southeast Asian income and non-visible minorites has increased from 22% to 26%

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  • *2006
2.4 Religion
2.4.1 Vietnamese Buddhist has been spread across Canada and Buddhist associates has been made across Canada
2.4.2 Lao and Khmer are both Theravada Buddhist, they didn't have as an expansive of religion as the Vietnamese
3 Migration
3.1 Majority of the immigrants came in 1974
3.1.1 Came to Canada as convention refugees

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  • Convention Refugees: People who are refugees under the protection of the country or people that are scared of returning to the country because of racial, religious or social conflicts.
3.1.1.1 Because...
3.1.1.1.1 Education
3.1.1.1.1.1 Some people arrived to Canada to learn

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  • 1200 Vietnamese and a couple hundred Laos/Khmer living mostly in Quebec
3.1.1.1.2 Fear of getting in trouble of...
3.1.1.1.2.1 Running away from "certain" social groups

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  • Criminal activity, secret government groups, etc.
3.1.1.1.2.2 Race

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  • Being ostracized from society
3.1.1.1.2.3 Political Opinion
3.1.1.2 Vietnam War caused many Vietnamese people to come to Canada
3.1.1.2.1 6.5k of the Vietnamese people admitted to Canada they were poiltical refugees
3.1.1.2.2 1985 - Canada gave back over 98,000 refugees to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos

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