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, and of grassroots-level evolutions proceeding in line with globalized trends. Because when Central Asians say that they worry about the rise of “Chinatowns” in their cities, they reveal a widespread feeling of being a part of a larger trend that is affecting the rest of the world, including the West

Catherine Wanner

: Religious Communities and the New Immigration (Philadelphia: Temple Univ. Press, 1998). See also Helen Rose Ebaugh and Janet Saltzman Chafetz, eds., Religion Across Borders: Transnational Immigrant Networks (Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press, 2002) and Kenneth J. Guest, God in Chinatown : Religion and Sur


Chinatown ?), he admits within a few p a g e s that the departure of Potariski was a 'loss' for the Polish authorities, b e c a u s e 'we would like talented people to work for t h e socialist c a u s e , for our nation', before concluding that the fault lies with the present-day fashion of non