3 edition of Emerging patterns of cross-boundary commuting between Hong Kong and mainland China found in the catalog.
Emerging patterns of cross-boundary commuting between Hong Kong and mainland China
2003 by Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University in Hong Kong .
Written in English
|Series||Occasional paper series (Hong Kong Baptist University. Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies) -- no.31|
|Contributions||Hong Kong Baptist University. Centre for China Urban and Regional Studies.|
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With the close economic relationship between Hong Kong and the Mainland, cross-border commuting work arrangements have become a common work-family arrangement of Hong Kong residents. (February ) 31 Emerging Patterns of Cross-Boundary Commuting Between Hong Kong and Mainland Werner Breitung (April ) 32 Housing Reform, Socio-Economic Differentials, and Stated Housing Preferences in Guangzhou, China Donggen Wang & Si-ming Li.
BREITUNG, Werner ():Emerging patterns of cross-boundary commuting between Hong Kong and Mainland China.
In: Occasional Papers of the Centre for China. Emerging Patterns of Cross-Boundary Commuting Between Hong Kong and Mainland China Werner Breitung Department of Social Science, University of Macau.
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This pattern is what one would expect as the effects of the waves of migration from mainland China of the late s have begun to fade, especially in the case of Taiwan, where there has been little population interaction with China since Migration from China to Hong Kong has continued right through to the present.
Planning Department, HKSAR Government () Northbound, southbound: Profile of Travelling between the Mainland and Hong Kong Based on the Cross-boundary Travel Survey Hong Kong: HKSAR. The total daily vehicular cross boundary traffic also increased f in to 42, in (Transport and Housing Bureau of Hong Kong, ).
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