Top 10 foreign country's citizens long stay in China, 2010 census release

kickok1975

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1. South Korea: 120,750 (Not including North Korea)

2. USA: 71,493 (Obama wants additional 100K students study in China in next decade)

3. Japan: 66,159 (may grow fast if disaster continue)

4. Burma: 39,776 (many of them might be "imported" wife)

5. Vietnam: 36,205 (same as Burma)

6. Canada: 19,990 (A majority of them might be Chinese-Canadian return back to country)

7. France: 15,087 (Seems a lot fellow countrymen for Armand)

8. India: 15,051 (Welcome, Indian friend. I saw a lot of you at eastern cities)

9. Germany: 14,446 (what are they doing here?)

10. Australia: 13,286 (Might be same situation like Canada)
 

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If Hong Kong was included in the 2010 census, you would see above figures become bigger for most of the countries mentioned above. There is quite a large community of Pakistanis in Hong Kong.
 

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There's quite a large number of Indians in Hong Kong too. And given that they're fairly strong in the business and professional community, I'd think that list wouldn't change.
 

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N. Koreans shall be the top without backing of official statistics. Crossing the border river they easily mingled with the Korean community in millions (an minority of China for over a hundred years)

And Burmese /Vietnamese - many of them simply enter China with a "Border Area Resident Certificate" and are hardly distinguished. In the same way Chinese have access to Burma and Vietnam without passport/visa.

Indian community in Hong Kong is said to be over 40K but many no longer are deemed "foreigners"
 

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