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Vietnamese refugees in Southeast Asian camps

Linda Hitchcox

Vietnamese refugees in Southeast Asian camps

by Linda Hitchcox

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Published by Macmillan in association with St. Antony"s College, Oxford in Basingstoke .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliography and index.

StatementLinda Hitchcox.
SeriesSt. Antony"s/Macmillan series
The Physical Object
Pagination(280)p. :
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14999572M
ISBN 100333525779, 0333525787

  Steve Inskeep talks to historian Erika Lee, author of the new book The Making of Asian America, about the million refugees from Southeast Asia who came to the U.S. after . Bridging cultures: Southeast Asian refugees camps refugee families refugee groups refugee population refugee resettlement Refugee Service relationship reported role service delivery social services social worker society Southeast Asian refugees staff status stress symptoms Taoism Thailand therapist tion trauma understand United Viet Vietnam.

Fact Sheet The Vietnam War and its impact on Southeast Asia On 2 July the Socialist Republic of Vietnam was declared. Hundreds of thousands of South Vietnamese officials were imprisoned in re-education camps after the communist takeover. Tens of thousands died. Vietnam.   That was the code name for the final helicopter evacuation of American civilians and at-risk Vietnamese from Saigon on April 29 , to the aircraft carrier USS Midway, prior to the takeover of the city by the North Vietnamese Army. Eventua Southeast Asian refugees .

  More than , Vietnamese refugees are living in refugee camps in Southeast Asia -- about half of them in the British colony of Hong Kong and the rest mainly in Indonesia, . This group of refugees swamped the neighboring Southeast Asian countries Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Hong Kong – countries of ‘first asylum’ – at a rate that ranged from 2, to as many as 50, refugees per month. Thousands of these desperate asylum seekers fled Vietnam .


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Basingstoke: Macmillan in association with St. Antony's College, Oxford, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Vietnamese refugees in Southeast Asian camps book   From Guam to Malaysia and the Philippines to Hong Kong, In Camps is the first major work on Vietnamese refugee policy to pay close attention to host territories and to explore Vietnamese activism in the camps and the diaspora.

This book explains how Vietnamese were transformed from de facto refugees. Cite this chapter as: Hitchcox L.

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By Linda Hitchcox. Hampshire: St. Anthony's/Macmillan, xviii + pp. £ hardback, £ by: 3. The Vietnamese Refugee Crisis of the s and s: A Retrospective View from NGO Resettlement Workers.

Anna n. Vu and Vic Satzewich. Abstract. This article examines the role of NGO resettlement workers File Size: KB. After fleeing Vietnam with her family at the age of 16 in a wooden boat full of refugees, Carina Hoang stayed in a UN refugee camp in Indonesia.

When she received amnesty from 5/5(6). Cambodian refugees soon joined South Vietnamese refugees when the Cambodian Communist party declared war on the newly united communist Vietnam. The majority of refugees initially went to camps in other Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines.

alone in the east Asia region in granting not only asylum, but also local settlement for refugees fleeing Viet Nam. The boat people By the end ofthere were nea Vietnamese ‘boat people’ in camps throughout Southeast Asia. Large-scale immigration from Vietnam to the United States began at the end of the Vietnam War, when the fall of Saigon in led to the U.S.-sponsored evacuation of an estimatedVietnamese refugees.

As the humanitarian crisis and displacement of people in the Indochina region (Vietnam, Cambodia. From refugee camps in Southeast Asia, the great majority of boat people were resettled in developed countries. Significant numbers resettled in the United States, Canada, Italy, Australia, France, West Germany, and the United Kingdom.

The exodus of refugees from South Vietnam continued. Inboats carry people arrived in neighbouring South-East Asian countries and Hong Kong. 4 Inthere werearrivals and, in the first six months ofanother5 These figures record only the number of people who arrived in refugee camps, not all those who attempted to leave Vietnam.

When Southeast Asian refugees began arriving in the U.S. inthe country's resettlement process was conducted ad hoc by the State Department and Author: Agnes Constante. Lao Refugees in America Adaptation to the U.S. has been somewhat difficult for the Lao.

They had little or no education, few skills, and no background in English. The U.S. was confusing, far removed from subsistence rice farming. Electricity, flush toilets, American housing.

At its latest meeting, in Marchthe CPA Steering Committee envisaged that all Vietnamese non-refugees in the countries of Southeast Asia would repatriate prior to the formal closure of the CPA.

However, it is estimated that s people will still be in camps. Hawkins Road Camp was considered one of the better and more humane refugee camps in the region, where horrific stories about the treatment of the Vietnamese refugees, such as tortures, rapes and murders, in camps of other Southeast Asian.

As the world grapples with its response to the Syrian refugee crisis, the question of what to do with another refugee community in the U.S.

remains up for debate. Sinceover million refugees fled war in Southeast Asia and resettled in America.million people have fled Southeast Asia in three major waves.

The first wave sprang out in in the closing days of the Vietnam War. By then, Communist troops had defeated the South Vietnamese and taken control in South Vietnam. In face of the fall of South Vietnam and the start of reeducation camps, most refugees File Size: 2MB.The Vietnam War and Its Impact - Refugees and "boat people" Photo by: Artur Żebrowski The immigration of thousands of people from Southeast Asia in the s and s impacted American-Vietnamese relations and gave rise to new communities of Vietnamese.