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This bibliography presents a list of names of persons, reference articles and books relevant to discussion of activism that the Chinese nationals demonstrated in their efforts to negotiate the changing stance of the Australian government toward asylum seekers and to adopt a series of strategic approaches to campaign for their right and their chance to stay permanently in Australia. The significance of this particular case of Chinese activism is that the Chinese students living in Australia in the late 1980s and early 1990s provide an example and a case study, demonstrating the ways in which a new generation of Chinese must take actions to achieve what they would like to achieve.

Keywords: Australia; Chinese students



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