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"You can see this in downtown tie. It's been turned into a brightly lit pedestrian mall with shops and restaurants when ings ancestors left here was poor and most emigrants were uneducated farmers. China's new emigrants are increasingly well educated and middle class and China is trying to woo them back and leverage them to help develop the country in advance its national interests. Leo surreal did not as an expert on the Chinese diaspora at the I S E A S Yousef Ishaq institute in Singapore. Now Chinese building a rising Xi Jinping's propose, what do you call the China dream the Tacoma and want the Chinese overseas to become part of this song? Earning the Chinese nation in support of this China three one problem Syria did not have says is that China's government sometimes fails to distinguish between Chinese citizens living. Overseas and foreign nationals of Chinese ancestry. And these two he points out have very different cultures and views for the Chinese overseas. Who are the nationals of the adopted lane. China dreams in faith is four hundred three the other is that in many countries ethnic Chinese face strong anti-immigrant attitudes. And that includes questioning their political loyalty. Syria did not says it by demanding their political loyalty China would be putting immigrants and their offspring in."