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History of Chinese Immigration

Eddin Khoo, Founder and Director of Pusaka

14-Jun-17 18:00

History of Chinese Immigration

Malaysia has seen high numbers of immigrants coming from China over the past decade. Thousands of people have moved here under the Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme since 2002. This has led to the observation that Malaysia might be seeing its "third wave" of Chinese migration. We take a look back at our history of Chinese migration, starting from the "first wave" in the 15th century. Eddin Khoo is the Founder and Director of Pusaka.


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