The vast majority of Chinese migrants in Italy hail from the southern part of 浙江Zhèjiāng Province. Zhejianese migrants were the first to reach Italy via France since the 1920s; in the 1980s they made up more than 90 percent of all Chinese migrants in Italy, and at least 80 percent of the total in the 2000s. It is estimated that in the 2010s they still make up between 70 and 80 percent of the Chinese population in the country. Chinese from 福建Fújiàn province – mainly originating from三明 Sānmíng and 福州Fúzhōu (counties of 福清Fúqīng and 長了 Chánglè) - started arriving in Italy in the early 1990s and they now amount to 10 to 15 percent of the total. Italy, England, and Hungary are the countries in Europe where most Fujianese have settled.

Chinese in Italy

CECCAGNO, ANTONELLA
2017

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The vast majority of Chinese migrants in Italy hail from the southern part of 浙江Zhèjiāng Province. Zhejianese migrants were the first to reach Italy via France since the 1920s; in the 1980s they made up more than 90 percent of all Chinese migrants in Italy, and at least 80 percent of the total in the 2000s. It is estimated that in the 2010s they still make up between 70 and 80 percent of the Chinese population in the country. Chinese from 福建Fújiàn province – mainly originating from三明 Sānmíng and 福州Fúzhōu (counties of 福清Fúqīng and 長了 Chánglè) - started arriving in Italy in the early 1990s and they now amount to 10 to 15 percent of the total. Italy, England, and Hungary are the countries in Europe where most Fujianese have settled.
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