Chinese Migrants in the Mongolian World: A Comparative Analysis
M. N. Baldano, V. I. Dyatlov
The article presents a comparative analysis of the problem of Chinese migrants in the Mongolian world throughout various historical periods. Constant migrations were a norm for the Mongolian world since its economy was shaped by nomadic cattle-herding. In the 20th century the borders put limits to migrations, yet at the dawn of the 21st century transboundary migrations quickly intensified. In each part of the Mongolian world this problem is manifested in its own form and plays a different role.
Chinese migrants, Mongolian world, Chinatown, cross-border migrants, host society, risks, threats, resource