ニューヨーク市におけるコリアンタウンの形成と変容--クイーンズのフラッシング地区を事例に [in Japanese] Formation and transformation of Korean town in New York City: Korean immigrant in flushing queens [in Japanese]
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This paper aims clarify Korean community that settles in Flushing area New York City. By 1990, the area surrounding downtown flushing had become multiethnic. Flushing's commercial is filled with Chinese, Korean, Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi restaurants and stores. Asian immigrants think of Flushing as their own community. Flushing's Korean enclave economy began to develop in the 1990.Flushing Koreatown has about 450 Korean businesses with Koran-language signs that cater exclusively to Korean customers. Flushing Korean town houses about fifteen Korean social service agencies, including the Flushing Korean Association, the Korean American Senior Citizens Center.Korean churches and ethnic media, a wide range of ethnic organization flourishes in the Flushing Korean town. Flushing's Korean community is undergoing an increasing number of Korean-Chinese immigrants. Korean-Chinese immigrants came to Flushing because of the conveniences and job opportunities offered. In sum, recent Korean-Chinese immigrants to Flushing area has led to changes betweens Korean community and Chinese community.
'Αγορα (7), 53-62, 2010