Overseas Chinese: Chinese citizens residing permanently abroad.
(a) "settled" means Chinese citizens living in the country has made a long-term or permanent residency, and has been living in the country of residence for two years in a row, the cumulative residence less than 18 months within two years.
(B) the Chinese citizens living in the country has not yet achieved a long-term or permanent residency, but has made more than living in the country for five consecutive years (including 5 years) legal residence, a total of five years of residence in the country to live in not less than 30 months, seen as overseas Chinese. During
(c) of Chinese citizens abroad (including public school and at their own expense) external learning, or on official business abroad (including expatriate labor) during work outside the home are not considered as overseas Chinese.
returned overseas Chinese
returned overseas Chinese: refers back to settle the overseas Chinese.
China's overseas Chinese to settle in after the restoration of Chinese nationality, also known as returned overseas Chinese.
relatives: refers to the overseas Chinese, returned overseas Chinese dependents in the country.
won the Nobel prize in Chinese
There are eight ethnic Chinese Nobel Prize winners, sorted by Winning time, they are:
Lee: born in Shanghai in 1926, the Republic of China nationality, became a US citizen in 1962 when winning the 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics, when he was 31 years old;
Samuel Ting : born in 1936, native of Shandong Rizhao, finished high school and university in Taiwan, in 1976 won the Nobel Prize in Physics, when he was 40 years old;
Lee Yuan-tse: 1936 in Taiwan, finished high school and university in Taiwan, won the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, when he was 50 years old;
Steven Chu: born in 1948 in the United States, Chinese-American , won the 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics, when he was 49 years old;
Cui Qi: born in 1939 in Henan Province, Chinese-American, won the 1998 Nobel Physics Awards, when he was 59 years old;
Gao Xingjian: born in 1940 in Jiangxi Province, the mainland to finish high school and college, he joined the award-winning French nationality in 2000 won the Nobel Prize in Literature , when he was 60 years old;
Tsien: born in 1952 in the United States, Chinese-American, won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2008, when he was 56 years old.
Kao: born in 1933 in Shanghai, Chinese-American in 2009, received the Nobel Prize in Physics, when he was 76 years old.