Migration

Review: Mirrorlands: Russia, China, and Journeys In Between by Ed Pulford

By | May 12, 2022

Across the length and breadth of the Sino-Russian border, Ed Pulford discusses continuity and change in this oft-overlooked corner of the world, providing insight on the state of relations between these two countries in years -past and decades to come.

One Family, Two Stories: Russian-Korean Repatriate Experiences in Their Ethnic Homeland

By | May 11, 2021

Analysis of “The Tea Party”, a videoblog by Russian-Korean siblings who acquired Korean citizenship based on anti-Japanese heritage, but whose lived experiences are familiar to many migrants.

History and Identity: Chosunjok in Yanbian

By and | July 02, 2018

How has the unique history of Yanbian shaped the outlook of ethnic Koreans in China? Based on fieldwork and a new academic study of Korean identity, Steven Denney and Christopher Green investigate.

Onward Migration: Why Do North Korean Migrants Leave South Korea?

By | February 26, 2018

Many North Korean migrants seek final destinations beyond South Korea. Why is that? Reflecting upon several years worth of fieldwork in the United Kingdom, Dr. Jay Song shares what she learned about North Korean migrants who migrate onwards.