BBC NEWS ONLINE: Brexit: The Dispute of Marx's Tomb and the "British Model"

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Release date: 7/2/2019

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Elena Barabantseva, senior lecturer in international relations at the University of Manchester in the UK, has conducted in-depth research on overseas Chinese communities and published monographs on the Chinese community.

She has said that one of the immediate effects of the Brexit referendum was the increase in discriminatory insults against ethnic minorities and immigrants, targeting Chinese in various parts of the UK. The Brexit referendum allowed the release of anti-immigration biases that were deeply rooted in the UK.

https://www.bbc.com/zhongwen/trad/uk-47160470

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TitleBrexit: The Dispute of Marx's Tomb and the "British Model"
Media name/outletBBC News Online
Media typeWeb
CountryChina
Date7/02/19
DescriptionElena Barabantseva, senior lecturer in international relations at the University of Manchester in the UK, has conducted in-depth research on overseas Chinese communities and published monographs on the Chinese community.

She has said that one of the immediate effects of the Brexit referendum was the increase in discriminatory insults against ethnic minorities and immigrants, targeting Chinese in various parts of the UK. The Brexit referendum allowed the release of anti-immigration biases that were deeply rooted in the UK.

https://www.bbc.com/zhongwen/trad/uk-47160470
URLhttps://www.bbc.com/zhongwen/trad/uk-47160470
PersonsElena Barabantseva