The Dilemma of Overseas Chinese

Chinese living and working abroad have played an enormous role in the country's economic boom. For years, they have sent money back and offered hope to those at home during periods of calamity and chaos.
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Yet holding a foreign passport doesn't make these expatriates any less Chinese. Of all people, they are expected to be most attuned to the complex realities of life in China. When they fall short, they are treated with official suspicion and individual disdain.

$48 Billion Money sent by overseas workers back home to China in 2009.

This map shows where these chineses are today.

via Interactive map