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Ong Hing, Bill: American Presidents, Deportatio...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 17.01.2019, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: American Presidents, Deportations, and Human Rights Violations, Autor: Ong Hing, Bill, Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LAW // General, Rubrik: Internationales und ausländ. Recht, Seiten: 368, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 685 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Ong Hing, B: American Presidents, Deportations,...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 06.03.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: American Presidents, Deportations, and Human Rights Violations, Autor: Ong Hing, Bill, Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: LAW // General, Rubrik: Internationales und ausländ. Recht, Seiten: 368, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 565 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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American mathematician Introduction
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American mathematician Introduction ab 27.99 € als Taschenbuch: Bill Schelter Franz Alt John Selfridge Jerrold E. Marsden Gerald L. Thompson David M. Young Jr. John Guckenheimer Chia-Chiao Lin George Baron Hing Tong John Morgan Thomas N. E. Greville Harley Flanders Dennis Sullivan. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Naturwissenschaft,

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William Hung
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! William James Hung Hing Cheong (born January 13, 1983) is an outsider musician who gained fame in early 2004 as a result of his off-key audition performance of Ricky Martin's hit song "She Bangs" on the third season of the television series American Idol. Originally from Sha Tin, Hong Kong, Hung moved to Camden, New Jersey, in 1993 and graduated from the John H. Francis Polytechnic High School in Los Angeles. He was a student at University of California, Berkeley, and later dropped out to pursue his music career. He later attended Pasadena City College.

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Rachman Halim
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rachman Halim (30 July 1947 27 July 2008) was an Indonesian businessman. Halim was born Tjoa To Hing in Kediri, East Java to a prominent Chinese Indonesian (Hokchia totok) family. He was the first son of Surya Wonowidjojo, founder of Gudang Garam, a major Indonesian kretek (clove cigarette) manufacturer.Halim succeeded his father to become the CEO of Gudang Garam in 1984, and expanded the company into other fields. Forbes, an American business publication, ranked him and his family as the richest in Indonesia for a number of years and listed them in 2005 as having a net worth of US$2.8 billion.

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No River Wide Enough
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No River Wide Enough, Volume I: Escape As the Revolution sweeps across China, Wang Kat Hing hides up 3000 years of family history against the communist purge of traditional ancestor worship. Betrayed by his brother, Wang escapes to British Hong Kong where he is befriended by American businessman Paul Graham. As Red victory separates Kat Hing from his family in the foothills north of the colony, Wang makes a frantic bid for their freedom by sneaking back into China. Excerpt: Capitalist running dogs! Wang Cho Tong screamed. He threw the torch through the rice shop window, then led the frenzied mob out through the village gate. Ah-Kat! Wan Chan panted as the bedroom door burst open. They have burned my shop! Our brother leads them! Kat Hing came fully awake. Where is your young wife? She and our mother have used the secret door prepared against this night. They wait outside the wall. As the murmur of the mob grew louder, the older man moved toward the stairs as his brother turned the other way. Where are you going? Wan Chan growled. To bring our father. Because of the opium, we all will die! Ah-Kat shook his head. But he is our father. We ARE Chinese! Kat Hing ran to the bedside. My father! He shook the frail old man by the shoulders. Father, we must go now or we die! The Old Head's eyes eased open. Prepare...my pipe, he moaned. The communists come. They will kill us all! My...pipe, Bo Chai whispered hoarsely. As the son heard the angry individual voices of men he knew, he lifted the old man, who seemed as light as a goose feather, over his shoulder. Some of the men led by Cho Tong clawed and pounded on the door of the house as others tore the tablets from the walls of the Temple shrine and smashed them on the ground outside. As two jumped up to wrap their arms around one of the ceiling rafters, the log separated from its groove at the top of the wall. They pried the other end away, then lugged the beam out through the door The battering ram men picked up momentum to crash the beam against the great door that splintered and burst open. As Kat Hing stumbled down the stairs, an expertly-thrown brick hit a glancing blow at the back of his head. The body of Wang Bo Chai did a somersault and the brittle bones of the old man's spine crumbled like chalk against the floor. As his brother ran through the house, Cho Tong joined the others in raining frenzied blows on the lifeless body of their father. As Kat Hing ran, he felt the burning in his chest. Ah-Kat! the voice whispered hoarsely. Wang Kat Hing turned and stumbled into Ah-Wan's arms, then the two brothers waded into the water under the bridge. As the sound of the mob faded up the road, Wang Wan Chan led his wife from the stream as Kat Hing urged their mother from the water. When they had traveled for an hour, Ah-Wan looked down at the ground. Where will we go? he moaned. Kat Hing stared into the darkness. There is only one place. As the mob came wearily back, one of Wang Cho Tong's peasant cousins moved up beside the boy. Where are they are hiding? Ah-Cho stared down at the dark path as they crossed the bridge over the stream that had been his special childhood place. They could be in a thousand places. Then we must search a thousand places! Where do they think they can escape the wrath of Peoples Revolution? Cho Tong looked over at the peasant. Have you forgotten your own grandfather? Surely there is only one place.

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Ethical Borders
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Bill Ong Hing is a Professor of Law at the University of California, Davis. He teaches Immigration Policy, Judicial Process, Negotiations, and Asian American History. Throughout his career, he has pursued social justice by combining community work, litigation, and scholarship.¿ His books include Deporting Our Souls-Values, Morality, and Immigration Policy, Defining America Through Immigration Policy (Temple), and Making and Remaking Asian America Through Immigration Policy. Professor Hing was co-counsel in the Supreme Court asylum case, INS v. Cardoza-Fonseca (1987). He is the founder of the Immigrant Legal Resource Center and serves on the board of the Asian Law Caucus.

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To Be An American
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The impetus behind California's Proposition 187 clearly reflects the growing anti-immigrant sentiment in this country. Many Americans regard today's new immigrants as not truly American, as somehow less committed to the ideals on which the country was founded. In clear, precise terms, Bill Ong Hing considers immigration in the context of the global economy, a sluggish national economy, and the hard facts about downsizing. Importantly, he also confronts the emphatic claims of immigrant supporters that immigrants do assimilate, take jobs that native workers don't want, and contribute more to the tax coffers than they take out of the system. A major contribution of Hing's book is its emphasis on such often-overlooked issues as the competition between immigrants and African Americans, inter-group tension, and ethnic separatism, issues constantly brushed aside both by immigrant rights groups and the anti-immigrant right. Drawing on Hing's work as a lawyer deeply involved in the day-to-day life of his immigrant clients, To Be An American is a unique blend of substantive analysis, policy, and personal experience.

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To Be An American
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The impetus behind California's Proposition 187 clearly reflects the growing anti-immigrant sentiment in this country. Many Americans regard today's new immigrants as not truly American, as somehow less committed to the ideals on which the country was founded. In clear, precise terms, Bill Ong Hing considers immigration in the context of the global economy, a sluggish national economy, and the hard facts about downsizing. Importantly, he also confronts the emphatic claims of immigrant supporters that immigrants do assimilate, take jobs that native workers don't want, and contribute more to the tax coffers than they take out of the system. A major contribution of Hing's book is its emphasis on such often-overlooked issues as the competition between immigrants and African Americans, inter-group tension, and ethnic separatism, issues constantly brushed aside both by immigrant rights groups and the anti-immigrant right. Drawing on Hing's work as a lawyer deeply involved in the day-to-day life of his immigrant clients, To Be An American is a unique blend of substantive analysis, policy, and personal experience.

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