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Asian American And Asian Americans

- Since the first influx of Asian immigrants to the United States, Asian Americans were never treated as an integral part of the American population. Accounting for five percent of the US demographic, often times, they are still portrayed by provincial people as outsiders who do not belong in society. Over the years, this negative mentality has transformed into the way Asian Americans are viewed in media. Though there are many attempts of reversing the trend such as diversifying the cast members, stereotypical personalities such as “the human calculator” or “undesirable partner” are still utilized for writers to infuse racial slurs into comedy skits....   [tags: Asian American, White American, Stereotype]

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Asian Immigration And Asian Immigrants

- Asian immigrants have faced many obstacles transitioning to life in America. One major obstacle Asian immigrants came face to face with was receiving an education. Asians are known to place high value on learning and education, but many things stood in their way and hindered them from even receiving an education. Between Asian immigrants and Americans lie a language barrier, which is often seen as a set back. An example of this is Lac Su since he had to serve as a translator for his parents, which in turn affected his school work....   [tags: Asian American, United States, Philippines]

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Asian Americans : An Asian American

- As an Asian American, I have several points to discuss in terms of stereotypes. Through a variety of media, Asian Americans are portrayed by socially constructed stereotypes that are either positive or negative to our community. By explaining the definition of a stereotype and listing three specific ones identified, these points reflect our cultural values. These stereotypes include the concept of model minority, the insinuation that Asians are highly skilled at mathematics, and assumptions of our food ways....   [tags: Asian American, United States, White American]

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Asian Americans : Asian American Population

- Asian Americans have been more active and involved in politics over the past decade. Furthermore, Asian Americans increasingly became more visible in politics extending beyond the city limits. While in many major cities such as Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City remain packed and serve as a gateway for Asian Americans immigrants. A majority of the United States Asian American population has now moved into the Suburbs. This serves as a part of reaching the American “Dream”. The dream is to own a house in the suburbs with a pool and picket fence....   [tags: Asian American, United States, California]

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Asian American Identities Of Asian Americans

- There are very few positive representations of Asian Americans in Hollywood films. Chan is Missing calls for more genuine representations of Asian American identities through its cast of complex characters and defiance of Asian stereotypes. The film also urges viewers to critically think about their own notions of identity through the use of several recurring themes and filmmaking techniques. Asians aren’t represented often in Hollywood films, but when they are, they’re usually confined to stereotypes or one dimensional character traits....   [tags: Asian American, United States, Grammatical person]

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Asian American Ethnic Groups Of Asian Americans

- In at least one point in everyone’s lives, they are faced with micro aggressions or discriminating adjectives about their race, gender, or sexual orientation. Most of the time, it is said without the intent of insulting the individual, but most times, it’s much more harmful than they think. Asian Americans, for example, have been “complimented” in stereotypical characteristics. They are told that they are good at math or science because they are Asian, that they are wealthy because their parents are doctors or lawyers, and that they are pretty much the second Whites of society....   [tags: Asian American, United States, Ethnic group]

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The Harmful Myth Of Asian Superiority

- We’ve all heard it said that Asian Americans are good at math; anything involving science, technology, and medicine. They study all the time, work really hard, and live a version of the American dream many of us never thought to dream of. And of course, we know these stereotypes are dangerous and often untrue, but perhaps we still find ourselves buying into them. Ronald Takaki”, the ethnic studies expert, writes about the idea that Asian Americans are more successful than any other American minority group in his article “The Harmful Myth of Asian Superiority....   [tags: Asian American, United States, Race]

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The Extinction Of Asian Elephants

- Elephants are beautiful animals that are found in most parts of the world. The elephant is Earth 's largest land animal, although the Asian elephant is slightly smaller than its African cousin. The Asian elephant is an endangered animal and the number of Asian elephants has decreased throughout the world and if nothing is said or done, they will go extinct. One of the reasons why this animal is endangered is their habitat is lost as human populations increase and grasslands and forests are converted to agricultural and other uses....   [tags: Elephant, Asian Elephant, Elephas, Elephantidae]

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How Asian Americans are Portrayed in Hollywood Movies

- Asian American actors and actresses are portrayed in Hollywood movies as always being the silent and yielding foreign victims to social injustice and prejudice. Whether or not these depictions are true, they are nonetheless stereotypes that Hollywood producers have come up with. According to the US Census in the year 2000, Asian Americans make up 4.2% of the entire American population, and knowing that most Asian Americans live on the west and east coast of the United States, many Americans living in central parts of this country have not really been exposed to any Asian Americans....   [tags: Asian culture]

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Anti Asian Racism For Once

- On November 16, I attended the event, “Let’s Talk About Anti-Asian Racism—for Once”. This was an eye-opening experience because not only did I learn about instances in American history when Asians were discriminated against, but I was also able to hear real life stories and thoughts from Asian and Hmong Americans attending UWL. We watched a few short videos before the discussion began and one of them really stuck out to me. The video was of a man named George Takei, who spoke of why he loved the country that betrayed him....   [tags: United States, Hawaii, Asian American]

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Conservation of the Saola (Vu Quang Ox or Asian Biocorn)

- The phenomenal recent discovery of the species saola (Pseudoryx nghetinhensis), was found in the Annamite Mountains along the Laos/Vietnam border in 1992. The saola was the first latest large mammal to be discovered in over 50 years, making it one of the biggest zoological discoveries of the 20th century. Also known as the “Asian unicorn,” the rare saola species prefer living in moist, dense evergreen forests with little or no dry season. The saolas have been attempting to survive in the condensed regions of the subtropical evergreen or mixed evergreen and deciduous forests, only found within the Annamite Mountain Range along the northwest-southeast Vietnam-Laos border (Holcomb)....   [tags: Asian Unicorn]

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The Media And Asian American Culture

- Media is something that is essential in a person 's life today. It can be in forms such as books, film, music, and others. The media can play an important role in where it can show society how they should view certain images and it changes over time. Previously before, the Asian image created by the media had been different from what it is today. Many media scholars had argued that the Asian and Asian American image in popular culture were often negative and demeaning. Ever since the beginning, when Asians first started to migrate to the United States, the mainstream media had symbolically destroyed the image of Asians and Asian Americans....   [tags: Asian American, United States, White American]

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The Harmful Myth Of Asian Superiority

- Asian Americans are commonly seen by many as superior to other minorities, but this is not the case. They are surprisingly at a small disadvantage compared to other races. Ronald Takaki argued in his article “The Harmful Myth of Asian Superiority” that Asians are not a model race that should be celebrated and compared to other minorities. He mentioned when other minorities are compared to Asian Americans, it can cause other races, such as African Americans, to feel resentment towards them. Ronald Takaki states that Asian Americans are just like everyone else, but many people only see them as being aloof, hardworking, successful entrepreneurs....   [tags: Asian American, United States, White American]

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Native American And Asian American

- “Where are you from?” “America” “No, where are you actually from?” These are the two questions that I get asked regularly by non-Asians. I always reply “Well I was born and raised in America but my family comes from Hong Kong.” I grew up constantly being told to take pride in being Chinese, however, I was also consistently told by my family to be proud that I even have the opportunity to grow up in America. There was never a definite answer as to what I was, so I learned to accept both. I am Asian American....   [tags: Asian American, White American, United States]

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Asian Business

- 1. “To get rich and glorious” quote was said by Deng Xiao Ping, member of the communist party in China. They got richer, faster than any people ever had. The economy is now 10 times larger than it was then; it grew 300% just in the last 10 years. Incomes rose every year. People in China are becoming millionaires there than anywhere else on earth (Time Asia.) 2. Techno-nationalism is expressive and strict categories for understanding the impact of technology on society and vice versa. They reflect the fundamental assumptions made by analysts of the place of technology in the world, and denote ideologies, rather than technological policies or realities....   [tags: Asian Business]

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The Issue Of Asian American Drug Use

- The topic of Asian American drug use is one that is rarely seen in the media. Thinking about this topic produced the question, do Asian Americans use substances. Their use of substances is a focus that is under researched. To gain a better understanding of the topic I will research the scope of the problem, use patterns, barriers to treatment, and methods to keep abusers in treatment. The majority of national studies on drug use often lump Asian Americans into the category of “other” and focus mainly on African Americans, White, and Hispanics....   [tags: Drug addiction, Addiction, Asian American]

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Asian Carp

- The control and management of Asian carp in North America is an issue that numerous state and federal agencies have been trying work out ever since the first case of Asian carp being in the waterways of North America. Asian carp are a very difficult species of fish to manage and control because of their fast reproduction rate and that there are no predators in the North American waterways to reduce numbers. These fish are damaging native fish's food sources and habitat. More recently, Asian carp are threatening to invade the Great Lakes which would cause drastic economic and ecological problems....   [tags: social issues, asian carp]

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Asian American, Who Left Out From The Debate

- Asian American, Who Left Out from the debate What will be your first thought when you hear the word “undocumented”. Immigration issue, especially undocumented immigration issue is always framed as Latino issue. On the contrary, Asian immigrants are often left out of this discussion. As the matter of fact, Asia is now the largest sending region for immigrants. Asian Americans are the fastest-growing immigrant population in the United States today. They are expected to become the largest immigrant group in the United States (Foley 16)....   [tags: Asian American, United States]

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Developing Models Of Counseling For Asian Americans

- In developing models of counseling specifically for Asian American clients several factors need to be considered and integrated into the therapeutic process to be culturally sensitive, appropriate, and therapeutically effective. Problems inevitably arise when counselors trained in Euro-American psychotherapy fail to consider and address the cultural implications and dynamics of Asian Americans. When developing models for counseling with this population “it is important to consider the cultural lens from which Asian Americans view themselves and the world (Pedersen, Draguns, Lonner & Trimble, 2008).” Failing to perform perspective-taking in such a manner results in a lack of understanding for...   [tags: Asian American, United States, White American]

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The Model Minority Image Of Asian Americans

- The purpose of this article is to address the model minority image of Asian Americans. In other words, this article highlights the processes which Asian Americans go through in order to assimilate into their new culture, it also explores whether their children do it successfully or not. They address this in three particular issues: (1) How varied are the Asian Americans and how this variation affects the trails of second-generation prospect. (2) How Asian immigrants’ children find their way into American society....   [tags: United States, Social class, Race, Asian American]

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Asian American Dreams By Helen Zia

- “History repeats itself” In Asian American Dreams, by Helen Zia, discusses the injustices and discrimination the Asian American community has faced throughout many years. (background) Zia elaborates that many Asian Americans faced injustices, and likewise so have other minority cultures faced the same issues. I’m a Hispanic, Guatemalan-Puerto Rican 17 year old girl, although I was born here in America, I don’t like to identify myself as American. I grew up in a hispanic environment. Zia grew up as feeling like a “twinkie” American on the inside but identified as “yellow” on the outside....   [tags: Asian American, United States, Puerto Rico]

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Asian Student 's Math Test

- An Asian student sits in class, anxiously waiting for the teacher to pass back the math exam the class took the day before. The teacher comes by and places the graded math test on the desk face down. The Asian student flips the test over and sees a 68% written in red ink across the top of the exam. Another student leans over and peers at the Asian student’s math test. “68%?” the other student exclaims. “Wait, I got a higher score that you?. But, aren’t you supposed to be good at math?” Introduction In the world of today, many students have experiences a scenario similar to this one -- a situation in which others hold some type of misconception about the student....   [tags: United States, Ethnic group, Asian American, Race]

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Asian American Studies Class Essay

- In the Asian American studies class, I have learned more than I expected and have been exploring an abundance of issues on Asian Americans. I did not know that Asian Americans issue could be a controversial topic in the United States until I read those Asian Americans’ articles and the news regarding Peter Liang’s conviction. The strained situation has never calmed down, and it will burst out explosively when Asian Americans feel their position is being threatened. I really enjoyed reading the Asian Americans’ stories, which included the article that I chose for my topic of the in-class essay, and the discussion that held in class....   [tags: Asian American, United States, White American]

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Asian American Studies Class Essay

- In Asian American studies class, I have learned more than I expected and have been exploring an abundance of issues on Asian Americans. I did not know that Asian Americans issue could be a controversial topic in the United States until I read those Asian Americans’ articles and the news regarding Peter Liang’s conviction. The strained situation has never calm down, but it will burst out explosively when Asian Americans feel their position is being threatened. I really enjoyed reading Asian Americans’ stories including the article that I chose for my topic of the in-class essay, and the discussion that held in class....   [tags: Asian American, United States, White American]

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Cultural Values And Stereotypes Of Asian American Students

- The source of this discourse can be attributed to global biases and stereotypes of Asian American students. Asian American students are stereotyped for being model students when it comes to education. Most of this academic achievement has been attributed to Asian cultural values that promote educational endeavors. Culture is a major explanation for achievement differences. The article,” Asian-American educational achievements: A phenomenon in search of an explanation” states, “demands and expectations for achievement and upward mobility, induction of guilt about parental sacrifice and the need to fulfill obligations” (Sue, S., & Okazaki, S., 2009), implying that those are key contributors to...   [tags: Asian American, Stereotype, White American]

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Asian Parenting Style And Parent 's Expectation

- Moreover Parents’ style and parent’s expectation are also the factor that drive Asian American successful in hight education. Base on Baumrind, Clinical and development psychologist, divide parental style into three styles which are “ Authoritarian (strict and obey), Permissive( spoiling) and Authoritative(supportive) base on “ Parental responsiveness” and “ Parental Demaningness”(Baumrind), and Neglecting style (ignoring) is added on later by Maccoby and Martin. Parent demandingness is the parent’s demand toward the children such as control, discipline,supervision, and responsiveness is the action or feed back the parents interact with their children such as love, warmth,involvement ....   [tags: Asian American, United States, Parent]

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African Americans, Asian Americans And Native Americans

- In the wake of one of the most destructive and devastating catastrophes ever to have occurred in this country, sparks of aggressive discussion over matters of class and race were reignited as news outlets released images of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. An image from the Associated Press (AP) shows a young black man, wading through waist-high floodwaters, dragging a large floating bag of supplies after, as the caption indicates, “looting” a grocery store. A contrasting image from Agence France-Presse (AFP) shows a pair of Caucasian residents, a man and a woman, trudging through the same waters after “finding” a meager set of rations from a local store....   [tags: Asian American, White American, Race]

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Portrayal of Asian Americans in the Media

- Abstract My research focused on the coverage of Asian Americans in contemporary mass media. The following types of media were researched: ·     Music ·     Television ·     Films ·     Magazines I gave several examples where Asian Americans were used to play very simple characters. These roles were defined by stereotypes that exist in America. I also researched instances on counter actions taken by Asian Americans to protest against these negative images. My research also has examples of Asians that have succeeded in breaking through the racial barriers in the media....   [tags: Stereotyping Asian Americans]

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Asian Women in the Eyes of Americans

- Introduction The history of Asian women has many facets. I am about to touch on two key monumental points over a sixty year span that have shaped the views of Asian women in the eyes of Americans. As a brief overview, from as early as the 1940s, Asian women were recruited to serve their soldiers during World War II as sex slaves. Forty years later, the dawning of the 1980s brought about the desire of Asian women into American households and sparked the mail order bride phenomenon. The beginning of a new century has altered the lives of Asian women, in parts of Asia as well as in the United States of America....   [tags: Asian Studies Research Paper]

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Asian Americans And Values Around Academic Achievement

- The topic being investigated in this paper relates to Asian Americans and values around their academic achievement. This cultural group is made up of individuals from any Asian country that have migrated to the United States. For purposes of this paper, differences between first-generation and second-generation are not considered, although there may exist differences between these two groups. Academic achievement is an important issue in regards to this population due to a strong cultural emphasis on education (Kim & Chun, 1994)....   [tags: Asian American, United States, White American]

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Stereotypes And Stereotypes Of Ethnic East Asian Stereotypes

- Introduction In 2016, Twitter was the mecca of internet social justice activism. However, while #BlackLivesMatter, #LoveWins, and #YesAllWomen received millions of retweets, Asian social justice hashtags never received a fraction of the spotlight –paralleling the minuscule relevance America gives to Asian collective issues. (Sichynsky, 2016). On the other hand, when Asians do receive the spotlight, they are usually stereotypical and/or nonchalant. Before engaging the stereotypes of ethnic East Asians, we must begin by acknowledging that stereotypes are false....   [tags: Asian American, United States, White American]

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Racism Is Interracial, By Firoozeh Dumas, An Asian American

- The United States has faced several extreme battles, however, the largest battle has always been racism. It has continually affected the U.S. ever since the beginning of time and, unfortunately, will never go away. In the first article, ““FOBs” vs. “Twinkies”: The New Discrimination Is Interracial” author, Grace Hsiang, an Asian American, expresses that ethnic groups aren 't just racist against each other, but they are racist and discriminate within their own ethnic groups. In the second article, “The “F Word”, author, Firoozeh Dumas, an Iranian American, tells us about the challenges she and her family faced while settling into the United States....   [tags: United States, Race, Asian American, Ethnic group]

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The 1997 Asian Financial Crisis

- The Asia turmoil begun in the middle of summer of 1997. The problem started in Thailand when Bath(known as Thai''s curencey) was geting weaker and weaker against US dollars. At that point, the rest of the world started to see that Thai''s economy was starting to fall apart. Some pople predicted that the problem would not stay longer than a few months. However, it was wrong. As manner of fact, the problem spread amongs some of Asian Countries. Even the mighty Japan was effected by this problem....   [tags: Asian Financial Crisis Essays]

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The Asian-American Learning Experience: Are Asian Americans Being Misunderstood in the American Classroom?

- Newly immigrated Asian-American students are often misunderstood by their classroom behavior. They may hesitate or give short responses to questions, use a soft voice, decline to openly volunteer information, and avoid eye contact. Their facial expressions may be mistaken for displeasure rather than concentration, such as frowning when hard at work. They may become embarrassed when praised. All of these examples are often misinterpreted by teachers due to ignorance. These children are merely abiding by the social rules of their Asian culture, which may be unfamiliar to many Americans....   [tags: asian culture, teaching, education]

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America Is Long Overdue For A Series Featuring Asian American Characters

- Analysis Upholds America is long overdue for a series featuring Asian American characters. As New York Times writer Wesley Yang points out, ”Fresh Off the Boat would be the first network sitcom to star an Asian-American family in 20 years and only the third attempt by any major network in the history of the medium.” ABC is offering a slate of new programs deliberately focused on diversity. ““Its our job to reflect America,” ABC-TV head Paul Lee said…” “we didn’t pick up these shows because they were diverse, we picked them up because they were great” (Kang)....   [tags: Asian American, United States, White American]

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Being Asian American

- Would You Like Some Rice With That. To be young and Asian in America is a special brand of torture. There is an unspoken dictum of silence that grips Asian youth, a denial of our place in popular culture. Asian youth walk in America not quite sure where we fit in-black children have a particular brotherhood, Hispanic children have a particular brotherhood, white children own everything else. We cannot lay claim to jazz or salsa or swing; we cannot say our ancestors fought for equality against an oppressive government or roamed the great hallways of power across the globe....   [tags: Asia Asian Culture Cultural Essays]

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Asian Cuisines And Asian Food

- When thinking about food, Americans do not necessarily consider the origin of the country that food was made in or its ingredients. Often disregarded, the culture of Asian food goes amiss in American appropriation of Asian food. Asian cuisines can easily represent the power of its country, thus, are useful tools for education in Asian culture. In America, many people experience variety of food choices of Asian food such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. However, often times people raise questions in regard to the jeopardization of the culture in Asian food....   [tags: Chinese cuisine, American Chinese cuisine]

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Asian Immigration : Asian Immigrants

- Asian immigrants also faced discrimination when they first started coming to the United States attempting to seek a better future. Even though the building of the West would not have been possible without Asian immigrants such as the Chinese, they were still looked down upon by American citizens. They were not only accused of taking mining jobs away from citizens but they were also blamed for bringing down the wages companies offered employees (Egendorf pg.19). Since mining companies were notorious for paying Asian immigrants next to nothing for their hard work, American citizens looking for employment in the mines found it difficult to compete for jobs....   [tags: United States, Hispanic and Latino Americans]

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The Negotiation Style Of Asian And Asian Cultures

- Most companies in the word have the need to negotiate to obtain the specific resources they require for their services or products. Negotiation is a process in which two or more parties interact trying to identify a solution to the “allocation of resources or the resolution of seemingly incompatible goals” (Palich, 2002, p. 780). The conviction that the parties has opposing interests or goals can increase when they have different cultures or origins, based on cultural stereotypes and commonly held beliefs....   [tags: Negotiation, Culture, Contract, Win-win game]

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The Asian Tigers

- Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and South Korean transformed from deprived villages to swift growing countries, and earned the title as the “Asian Tigers.” The speedy success of Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, and South Korean became popularly known as the Asian Tigers. They were able to transform their poor economy to one of the world’s fastest growing countries. They provided training and education for workers and focus on exports. The Asian Tigers also promoted property rights that were able to preserve the agricultural workers’ interest....   [tags: Economics]

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The Asian Auschwitz

- “’How many logs did you chop today?’ People would answer ‘Two logs were cut at my section’, or ‘No logs were cut at my section’” (Simkin). This conversation was not a discussion on the productivity of a day’s work of cutting wood, no this was far worse. The discussion between these men was about the vivisection of live human subjects. Here was a daily part of the lives of workers and researchers of the Japanese Covert Biological and Chemical Warfare Research Department Unit, or better known as Unit 731, and the atrocities committed by the “Asian Auschwitz”....   [tags: Japan]

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Asian Stereotypes in the Media

- “Family Guy” and its Asian Stereotypes “Family Guy” is well known to be a cartoon of disgrace and ill-mannered portrayals of real life events. Asian Stereotype was no exception portrayals in “Family Guy”. In many of the Asian stereotypical scenes in “Family Guy”, one of the episodes shows a scene about an Asian woman driver causing wreckage on the freeway as she exits out of the freeway itself. The following is a dialogue of the scene: ASIAN FEMALE DRIVER. How much signals do I need to cut across a lane....   [tags: Family Guy, Television, Cartoon, Pop Culture]

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Sterotypes and Misconceptions of Asian Americans

- Chinks, bad drivers, math and science nerds, F.O.Bs and ect. There are so many stereotypes and misconception for one specific ethnic group: Asian. But perhaps the most popular image of Asian Americans presented in society is being the “model minority.” If you were to ask any random person to pick a specific minority group that was more academically, economically and socially successful compared to the others, chances are 90% of them would answer: Asians. “Asians makes more money than any other race.” “Asians have the highest grades compared to other races, especially in math and science subjects.” But contrary to these popular stereotypes, the misrepresentation of Asian Americans as the mod...   [tags: overachievers, self esteem, discriminating]

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The African Elephants and the Asian Elephants

- Have you ever visited a zoo when you were a child. Did you see any large land mammals called elephants. I believe most of you already know the physical appearance of a creature called elephant. However, do you know that elephants are classified into two different types, which are the African and the Asian types. Although the African and the Asian elephants come from the same family taxonomy, each of them shares some differences, such as, the physical characteristics, the living conditions, and the distribution areas....   [tags: characteristics, conditions, distribution, areas]

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Asian Carp's Harm to the Ecosystem

- There is a great big debate over whether the Asian Carp should be considered a menace and about what we should do about them. Grass, Bighead, Black, and Silver Carp are all Asian carp species. According to Keith Lawrence of the Messenger-Inquirer, Carp are being made into fertilizer, and fish oil, as well as being sold to Asia as food products. However, the New York Times say that the Carp could easily put an end to the $7 million dollar fishing industry in the Great Lakes. Aside from economic reasons for keeping or eliminating them, the main reason to stop them from spreading is the fact that they threaten to collapse the entire ecosystem if they get out of control....   [tags: Environmentalism]

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Asian Americans And Hispanic Americans

- Final Research Paper My Central research question that I am addressing is what factors lead Asian Americans to exhibit higher academic outcomes than Hispanic Americans. The three factors that I am using to support my argument is ethnic capital, racial stereotypes and stereotype threat, and differences in economic barriers. Asian Americans have often been stereotyped to be the smart and successful in school in outlets such as public education, media, and personal perceptions. The 2015 U.S. Census measured educational attainment among populations over the age of 25 years old and found that 53.9% of Asian Americans had a Bachelor 's degree or more compared to 15.5% of Hispanic Americans....   [tags: United States, Education, Higher education]

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The American Century and the Asian Century

- The last hundred years has seen the downfall of European centred multilateralism and imperialism (Schroeder 1986), the rise and fall of the Soviet Union as a bi-polar super power, and the steady hand of American dominance in international politics and economics, causing some to call it ‘The American Century ’. Despite The United State’s victory in the Cold War, the quick advancement of Asia, and in particular China, have led others to question the USA’s position as a unilateral power in the 21st century....   [tags: Cold War, US power, China]

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The Many Facets of Asian Culture

- The Asian culture is interesting because they appear to understand what it takes to be highly successful in school, and in life and possibly in everything that they do. In the Asian culture regardless of their economic status, students do well in school. A wide variety of societies, religions and ethnicities shape the culture of Asia. The Asian culture is a combination of varying customs, traditions and social values that form the Asian society. The cultures of the continent of Asia are the most diverse of world cultures....   [tags: education, communication, relationships]

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Asian Parenting : Is It For Everybody?

- Asian Parenting isn 't for Everybody Stereo typical Asian parenting methods are tantamount to child abuse. Although Amy Chua, in her essay “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior” believes her way of teaching is the right way, Janice Mirikitani in her poem “Suicide Note” proves us otherwise. Being a parent is not an easy task but there is a right way and a wrong way to raise your children. Kids should have the right to join a sport or play to express themselves freely and discover they 're interests. A mother should never scold her child by telling them they are "garbage"....   [tags: Suicide, Meaning of life, Mother, Suicide note]

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The Education Of The Asian Education System

- In 2014, United States attracted nearly 740k international students and cemented its place as the number one desired country in the world to receive education. Although the quality of college education has never been an issue here in America, with some American universities like MIT, Harvard and Stanford consistently appearing in the list of top universities of the world each year, the high schools leave a lot to be desired. The standard of the U.S. education at the grade level has been falling steadily over the years as evident by the declining test scores meant to assess international standards, especially in math and science....   [tags: Education, Education in the United States]

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Asian American Culture And Culture

- Culture is one of the major stresses for Asian children due to facing their heritage culture and host culture because most of the time a child sometime cannot balance both culture but they often need to fight to keep both culture to connect with the family and the outside world. According to William Ming Liu; “Asian Americans is often related to the interchangeable use of race, ethnic identity, and culture to describe this community. For the purposes of this research study, we define culture to be the “customs, norms, practices, and social institutions, including psychological processes ....   [tags: Education, Culture, Entrance examination, Race]

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Studies of Change: an Asian Narrative

- Young people today are the subject of a multitude of changes, both past and present, which have rapidly and increasingly through the past few centuries revolutionized and globalized the world around them. Familiarizing our students as global citizens with concepts of change and continuity, fundamental to the study and understanding of our history, is of the utmost importance in our evolving society. Theme thirteen in the Queensland Studies Authority’s (QSA) 2004 senior modern history syllabus, Studies of Change, aims to familiarize students with the concepts of continuity and change....   [tags: Education]

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Native Species Of The Asian Carp

- 1. Privet plant and different species of the Asian carp fish depict two instances when non-native species which were introduced in Tennessee causing problems. Privet is a flowering plant native to Europe, Asia and North Africa (“Non-native Invasive Plants”). It has been introduced to grow as a hedge [boundary]. But, this plant once planted can take over the native plants and grow in dense groups. Currently, the Great Smoky National Park crews work up to “550 work hours each year” to remove privet plants (“Non-native Invasive Plants”)....   [tags: Invasive species, Introduced species, Carp]

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Strategic Mangement for Asian Paints

- UNDERSTANDING STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT ​​​​​ 2013 Executive Summary This report aims to analyze the strategic management of Asian Paints which is the third largest paint company in India. Since its foundation in 1942, the company has come a long way and today it operates in 17 countries and has 25 paint manufacturing facilities in the world. The company has attained success in the Indian market due to introduction of innovative concepts like Color Worlds, Home Solutions, Color Next and Kid’s world ahead of its competitors....   [tags: company, market, mission, environment]

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The Era Of The Asian Four Tigers

- 1 Introduction Significance of theme Although the overpowering domination in East Asia, from the colonial oppression to the 1940s Pacific War, to the 1950s Korean War, then to the 1955-1975 Vietnam War, delays the political stability and economic development, people in East Asia has been writing their history with consistent resistances, wherein is on the way to self-determination and self-autonomy democratic governance. In the aftermath of the 1970s ' economic miracle of the Asian Four Tigers, accompanied with the subsequent democratization, the struggle to the freedom seems to obtain temporary triumph....   [tags: Human rights]

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Asian Immigration to the United States

- ... By 1965 Guerilla warfare activity decreases after U.s bombing of North Vietnamese. In 1975 Pathet Lao was officially a communist country and took control of the whole country. Pathet Lao abolished monarch and Lao were then made a republic. Souphanouvong became president and Kaysone Phomvihane was the leader of the communist party. A dramatic amount of Laotians fled to Thailand and sought for refuge to the United States. In the 1990’s Pathet Lao deserted communism and changed to capitalism....   [tags: freedom, better life]

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The Impact of the Asian Crisis in Malaysia

- The Impact of the Asian Crisis in Malaysia When the Asian financial crisis hit Malaysia, the impact was traumatic. The stock market, the currency and the property market nearly collapsed.The crisis in Malaysia first began with developments in the Malaysian currency. As a result of the precipitate withdrawal of money from Malaysia, the value of the Malaysian Ringgit began to swing wildly. In July 1997, within days of the Thai baht devaluation, the Malaysian ringgit was "attacked" by speculators....   [tags: stock market, investment]

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Asian Americans: Exclusion and Segregation

- The United States of America is the place of opportunity and fortune. “Many immigrants hoped to achieve this in the United States and similar to other immigrants many people from the Asian Pacific region hoped to make their fortune. They planned to either return to their homelands or build a home in their new country (Spring, 2013).” For this reason, life became very complicated for these people. They faced many challenges in this new country, such as: classifying them in terms of race and ethnicity, denying them the right to become naturalized citizens, and rejecting them the right of equal educational opportunities within the school systems....   [tags: United States of America, Land of Opportunities]

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The Popularity of Asian Dramas

- ... Asian dramas are produced in their respective countries. From watching the dramas, I was able to get an idea of the similarities and differences between culture and society among each countries. These elements were depicted within the dramas. For Korean dramas, it is rare to see any explicit scenes, as society in Korea is conservative. The majority of women are presented as innocent and well-mannered with the same to be said for the men. This is why Korean dramas are known for romantic, innocent dramas....   [tags: culture, television, production]

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Exploration of Asian Business Systems

- A business system can be defined as an organized, yet complex combination of things that form a unitary whole. After deeply exploring the major business systems throughout Asia, it is apparent that the internal structure and practices of each of these economies hold both similarities and differences. From education and employment practices to finances and ownerships, as crucial as their differences may seem, each major business system in Asia shares practices with another. While the industrialized nations of the West are known for advanced education levels and systems, such a concept is not commonly found within Asian countries....   [tags: education, employment, financial]

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The Teachings Of The Asian Culture

- When one thinks about female traits or characteristics within the Asian culture you are likely to think of obedience and even docility. This can especially be true of Chinese women. Why is this. Where did this behavior and belief system originate. Many scholars and cultural behaviorists would argue that Ban Zhao and Confucius played a pivotal role in this behavioral construct. Confucian teachings are the foundation upon which much of Asian society and culture have been erected. Confucius’ teachings focused on the importance of family dynamics and the need for children to obey and serve their parental figures....   [tags: Woman, Wife, Marriage, Gender]

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Analysis of Asian Paints Limited

- ... A simple but unbeatable concept of "going where the customer is" drives all their retail strategies.2 It has taken initiatives to improve customer centricity, increase the number of dealer tinting systems, introduction of new products, expansion of dealer network, increase in exports, focus on protective and industrial coating segments and improve service level to minimise loss of sale due to stock outs. It provides dealership contracts (franchise) and also operates by directly providing services to customers to paint their homes by sending AP trained contractors for wood finishing, water proofing and adding special effects to home walls....   [tags: Paints, Company, India]

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Anti Asian Racism For America

- In the event, Let’s Talk About Anti-Asian Racism… For Once, the speakers introduced the issue of the racism against Asians in the US as it didn’t exist because institutions here in the US don’t pay attention to the issue by giving personal examples of themselves when they were young. First, they asked the audience how much they know about the history of anti-Asian here in the US and what stereotypes are most describe Asians. Then, they provided three videos of Asian-Americans: George Takai, Kao Kalia Yang, and Lee Man Wah, who talked about their own personal history with racism and how it still has an influence on them....   [tags: Race, Racism, White people, Black people]

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Gay Marriage and Asian Culture

- Are gay marriages in Asia viewed with the same perspective as in the American context. The history of gay marriage is short but not liked as much. From the history of gay marriages there are an estimated number of 250 million people who live in places which accept gay marriage; this is about 4% of world’s population. In the 2nd century in Rome, men of the same age were legally allowed to marry where they were considered to be pagans and the marriages were conducted by the Mother Goddess (Celeste 2010)....   [tags: Sexual Issues, argumentative, persuasive]

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Major Empires of the Asian Continent

- During the period of 1500CE through 1750CE, there three major empires that existed in the southwest corner of the Asian continent. The Ottoman Empire was the most powerful, the Persian Empire made rugs profitable, and the Mughal Empire formed trade alliances with the West. The thing that all three had in common was the Islamic Faith, they were all bound by the verses of the Qur'an and their shared love and devotion to Allah. There were two major sects of Islam, Sunni and Shi'ia. Sunni Islam was the largest sect, followed by Shi'ia, which had a significantly lesser following....   [tags: Persia, Islam, Ottoman Empire, Mughal Empire]

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Analysis of the Asian Art Market

- During the art market booming on a global scale, due diligence of art market has become more and more important not only in developed countries,but also in developing countries, especially Asia area. When we collect our interviews from Asia, we can find some similarities between them. First of all, all of the interviewees from Asia do not know about the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).After our explanation, they are able to know about the valuation of RICS. This may be for two reasons....   [tags: chinese art, contemporary art, art market]

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The Debt Of Emerging Asian Firms

- The article talks about the rise in the default rate of emerging Asian firms compared to the U.S. firms. According to the article, the default rate is 3.8% in the emerging corporate market over the last 12 months compared to 2.5% in U.S. It was 0.7% and 2.1% four years ago. Companies are struggling to generate enough cash to pay off their debts. The main reason for the rise in debt is due to global investors who are requiring higher returns on their investment in these companies. The emerging corporate default is expected to rise even further....   [tags: Investment, Finance, Debt, Money]

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The Women Of The Asian Hemisphere

- In today’s society, the three countries India, Japan, and China are viewed as the power houses of the Asian hemisphere. Each of these countries had to overcome their own struggles in order to follow the road of modernity. For example, India was faced with the challenges of ending cultural norms that were destructive to a group of its citizens. Sati, or widow burning, was considered not only barbaric to the British who occupied India , but also to Indian reformers like Raja Roy . The unequal treatment of women was a part of the Indian culture that had to be reformed in order to achieve a modern society....   [tags: People's Republic of China, Western world]

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The Asian Financial Crisis Of 1997

- On a subway ride to my uncle 's apartment where I have taken a sanctuary for few days, my parents asked me: "Do you wish to stay here with your uncle or do you want to come with us?" Completely clueless, I answered like any other eleven years old would do, that I will go with my parents. It was only after flying halfway across the Pacific Ocean that I found out our destination was Los Angeles. Upon arrival at LAX on June 9, 1998, my life was transformed from that simple question. Following the Asian financial crisis of 1997, the IMF 's infusion of capitals provided desperately needed funds to revive South Korea 's economy but with a caveat of strict mandates....   [tags: Immigration to the United States, Immigration]

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The Successful Female Asian Americans

- I once stubbornly believed I couldn’t be an engineer. Growing up as a female Asian-American, I didn’t see other female Asian-Americans in engineering—I couldn’t envision being an engineer. At the time, I didn’t realize that I associated my future potential with examples of successful female Asian-Americans. The successful female Asian-Americans I knew were in health fields. They were doctors, nurses, and pharmacists. Having grown up in a rather traditional Asian family, I had subconsciously viewed females as nurturers....   [tags: Civil engineering, Engineering]

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Diabetes in Asian American Adolescents

- In today’s society diabetes mellitus has become a prevalent issue, especially because it is affecting our youth in increasing numbers. Diabetes is defined as “a complex disorder of carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism that is primarily a result of a deficiency or complete lack of insulin secretion by the beta cells of the pancreas or resistance to insulin ("DM," 2013, p. 522). The number of adults diagnosed with diabetes has significantly increased from the 1980s to today, as well as the number of children being diagnosed....   [tags: Diabetes Mellitus, Society, Risk Factors]

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Asian Culture And Western Culture

- What is culture. Culture is the way of our life, more simply, it can be defined by our knowledge, languages, beliefs, religions, cuisines, histories, customs and traditions. “The term "culture" originally comes from social anthropology” (Kotter, 1992). There are many types of culture, such as the culture in different countries, families and organizations. First, the Asian culture and Western culture can be represented as the culture in different countries. Second, Canada has merged different background immigrates due to the Canadian multiculturalism policies....   [tags: Culture, Western culture, Canada, Globalization]

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Racism And The Asian Culture

- Ignorance can often become the cause of racism when it comes to people not being educated to other cultures people just assume what they hear in stereotypes, movies, and in text books are always the most accurate way to describe a culture and always that is not true. Everything you hear and read is biased therefore the only way to truly understand someone or something is to experience how it is to be them. While usually negative or derogative, and maybe somewhat truthful stereotypes usually have a different meaning and should not be accepted widely as the direct truth....   [tags: Racism, Discrimination, Culture, Stereotype]

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Martial Arts in Asian Theatre

- The Asian Theatre features many rich and beautiful traditions. The realm of Asian Theatre encompasses certain Eastern Traditions which often stem from Buddhism and Taoist practices or beliefs. Martial Arts and acrobatics are frequently utilized in the Noh Theatre, Kabuki, and the Beijing Opera. Karate and Kung Fu were a few of the styles actors applied to the Art of Asian Theatre. The Beijing Opera has been a very popular art form in China for over two-hundred years. The Beijing Opera utilizes various elements such as singing, mime, acrobatics/contortion, and martial arts....   [tags: Karate, Kung Fu, China, Beijing Opera, Kabuki, Noh]

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Arranged Marriages in Asian Cultures

- Arranged Marriages For this assignment, I researched arranged marriages. Including, the history of arranged marriages, the future of them, what is done in process, and how people in today’s society feel about them. I followed 3 methods of research through, books, journals, and even searching internet for others’ theories and looked for more background information on the topic. Then, I used a survey conducted on how arranged marriage is viewed in today’s society. Lastly, I used an interview about a couple who married 25 years ago through an arranged marriage and discussed their feelings about it and whether or not they would do the same with their own children....   [tags: society evolution]

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Urbanization Of The Asian Continent

- 1.0 INTRODUCTION In 2007, 50% of the world’s population became urban dwellers, this meant that approximately 3.3 billion persons were dwelling in cities across the globe. It is also projected that another 500 million persons will become urban dwellers in another 5 years, and there are further indications that by 2030, about 60% of the world’s population will be urban dwellers (FIG Commission, 2010). Wealth generation and economic development have birthed a new phenomenon known as megacities, which are urban areas with an average population of 10 million or more persons, and 19 of such cities exist around the world at the moment (FIG Commission, 2010)....   [tags: City, Urban area, Urbanization]

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Questions On Asian Religions Course

- Introduction: Through the Introduction to Asian religions course, professor Duperon has introduced and taught many religious topics of eastern Asia to his class and me. His course specifically taught the traditions, philosophical foundations, and historical origins of Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism, and folk religions within China and Japan. While learning about these religious traditions, the students and I were informed that we should not just memorize the information, but rather use the new information to find similarities within differences and differences within similarities within each tradition....   [tags: Buddhism, Hinduism, Religion, Gautama Buddha]

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The Typical Asian Diet

- ... All Chinese food is considered to be East Asian food. In china there are three regional cuisines, which are cantorese, chaozho, and sphanghainese. Chaozho and Cantorese regions are known for their vegetable and meat recipes and Shandong areas use foods like noodles and dumplings as a guide for most of their meals. In Korea most of their meals are made up of a combination of meats and seafood’s. These meals include a side dish of vegetables which is called gimchi. Gimchi has vegetables in it that are grated up, and then they pickle the grated vegetables with garlic, ginger, and chili....   [tags: healthy cultural diets in the world]

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Asian-Americans and College Admissions

- American higher education remains the primary ambition of society. It has become the most prized path to social mobility and economic independence, rewarding people from all backgrounds and races. Yet striking changes have occurred in American universities that shifts emphasis on merit towards offering higher education to a specific, privileged race, while limiting the quotas of others, namely Asian-Americans. Just as their predecessors of the 1920s always denied the existence of “Jewish quotas,” top officials at Harvard, Yale, Princeton and the other Ivy League schools today strongly deny the existence of “Asian quotas.” (Unz) , however, statistical evidence suggests other...   [tags: education, discrimination, legacy, student]

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Asian Students and Colleges

- Many people assume that Asians have it the easiest of all the races when it comes to applying to top tier schools. Not only are they “naturally intelligent”, they are also a minority meaning they can reap the benefits of affirmative action; therefore, they must be able to easily stand out against White applicants with a comparably high academic record. Surprisingly, studies show that the opposite may be true. Asians admission rates in top tier schools like Harvard suggest that White applicants may be chosen over an Asian applicant with the same qualifications due to higher expectations for Asian students....   [tags: discriminatory practices, chinese immigrants]

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