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More Chinese Americans Than Other American Asians

China Press, news report, Posted: Nov 14, 2008


WASHINGTON D.C. University of Maryland recently published a report on the Chinese American population which shows that the Chinese population in the United States has increased faster than any other Asian ethnic group, making it the largest Asian American ethnic group. The China Press reports that from 2000-06, the Chinese American population increased by 28.5 percent to 3.5 million. On average, one in every four Asians in the U.S. is Chinese and about 70 percent of them are U.S. citizens. More than half live in California and New York City.


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