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Census Bureau To Start Training Chinese Workers

Sing Tao Daily, News Headline, Posted: Mar 27, 2009

NEW YORK The U.S. Census Bureau will start training Chinese-speaking workers here for the 2010 census, the Sing Tao Daily reports. At the Lin Sing Association, a Chinese-American organization, the census bureau held 10 recruitment meetings. At each Chinatown event, more than 600 people applied for census jobs. Those hired will start training on March 30. Wensheng Zhao, president of the association, said the 2000 Census did not have an accurate count of New York's Chinese population. The community suffered because of the low numbers, receiving fewer resources from the government. Zhao called for undocumented immigrants to participate in the upcoming census.


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