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Old 06-23-2019, 01:17 PM
 
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There are currently many people from mainland China in Japan. Many are students and workers.
But to the mainland Chinese, there are other countries they want to move to, more favoured than Japan.
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Old 06-23-2019, 01:22 PM
 
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The man who invented instant noodles in Japan was a Japanese citizen from Taiwan. He had a Japanese name. It is difficult to know they came from other countries if they look like Japanese and speak like most Japanese.
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I'm shocked by your ignorance. Are you living in a bubble?

Japan is open to immigrants from all over the world. I personally know quite a few naturalized Japanese citizens originally from China. It's incredibly easy to apply for Japanese citizenship, but it takes longer to become a permanent resident.

The second richest man in Japan, Masayoshi Son, has ancestors from North Korea.
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Old 06-26-2019, 06:49 PM
 
Location: Cebu, Philippines
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There is no demographic crisis, complete nonsense.
Brainwashing by the leftist myth of diversity.
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Old 07-13-2019, 12:18 AM
 
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Massive exchange of migrants is quite not too ordinary. There are multinationals already from Europe, Americas, and hopefully even the Middle East(A separate area of focus among alien culture). I don't feel like UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Georgia, Cyprus, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Kazakhstan, Morocco are another galaxy.
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Old 07-13-2019, 11:21 AM
 
Location: San Diego CA
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Not clear that the Chinese and Koreans would want to immigrate to Japan in large numbers. Japan has a long history of xenophobia especially against Koreans. In the past for instance some Koreans living in Japan adopted Japanese names to better assimilate into the work force.

Both the Chinese and and Koreans see better economic possibilities in places like the Philippines where the cost of living is much lower than Japan. The major funding for the commercial building boom in places like metro Manila and upscale home construction come from Chinese and Korean investors.
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Old 07-13-2019, 09:31 PM
 
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i think koreans are experiencing the same demographic problems that japanese. China may also grow old before they get rich
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Old Yesterday, 10:11 PM
 
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Not clear that the Chinese and Koreans would want to immigrate to Japan in large numbers. Japan has a long history of xenophobia especially against Koreans. In the past for instance some Koreans living in Japan adopted Japanese names to better assimilate into the work force.

Both the Chinese and and Koreans see better economic possibilities in places like the Philippines where the cost of living is much lower than Japan. The major funding for the commercial building boom in places like metro Manila and upscale home construction come from Chinese and Korean investors.
There are pretty much 3 routes/tiers to emigration for these two groups:

1) The "West" - namely the US, Canada and Australia. Great in the past, probably not so much anymore. Leading countries in most areas, better off health wise and also financially (social security system). Drawback is potentially discrimination and cultural difficulties adjusting. However, benefits would hugely outweight any costs associated.

2) Lesser developed parts of Asia: Possibly better/easier enviro for making fat profits but a much lower level standard of living, possibly and likely need to send kids off to the West

3) Japan: Developed Asian society but less welcoming at least until very recently for foreigners. Possibly easier to assimilate especially for Koreans. Harder to get rich and dominate via small business and markets in Japan and sophistocated and developed.
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Old Today, 08:48 PM
 
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Considering all the protests going on in Hong Kong, perhaps Japan should open up the country to unlimited immigration from Hong Kong? 7 million potential Chinese immigrants would enrich Japanese society.
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