Immigration Recap

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  • In the last lesson, we explored the trend of mass migration in the 19th century. 
  • Lesson Recap
  • Mass migration refers to the movement of groups of people from one country to another. It became a phenomenon in the 19th century because of...
  • The opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 provided a shorter, more convenient route for travel from Europe to Asia.
  • Wow, this new steam ship is something!
  • I'm with the British Army! We are en route to Malaya. 
  • The Industrial Revolution in Europe provided better technology for travel. It also meant that more resources like coal and iron ore were needed to power factories — where better to find these than in other countries? (*Cough* colonialism) 
  • The end of slave trade resulted in the need for other cheap sources of labour. 
  • Did somebody call a plumber? 
  • In today's lesson, we will zoom in on why people came to Singapore in particular.
  • What led to immigration to Singapore in the late 19th to early 20th century?
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