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In recent decades, an increasing number of Chinese parents as caregivers have accompanied their children to study in Australian primary and secondary schools, while the other parent of the family remains in China to provide financial support. These accompanying parents are generally called 'study parents'. My study investigates six Chinese women's transnational experiences while living in Australia as study mothers. I use a qualitative case study method, with individual semi-structureddoi:10.26180/22056842 fatcat:hdm3lba3zzdcnadcm7prjr6ei4