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L.A. Chinese Americans Call Home Most Often

Sing Tao Daily, Posted: Oct 12, 2008

HONG KONG Statistics from Rebtel, a mobile phone service specializing in overseas calls, found that in the first eight months of 2008,Chinese Americans living in Los Angeles called their home country more than Chinese Americans living in Alexandria, Va., New York City, Sacramento and Stockton, Calif., or Montgomery, Al. The Sing Tao Daily reports that most Chinese Americans make phone calls to China over the weekend. The most called cities in China are Shanghai, Beijing, Fuzhou, Guangzhou, Dalian and Shenyang.

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