Asian American Experiences in the United States: Oral Histories of First to Fourth Generation Americans from China, the Philippines

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In the perception of many Americans all Asians are somehow lumped together as one race, devoid of distinctive ethnic and cultural differences. One interviewee says it doesnt matter if you are Chinese, Korean or Japanese, youre still seen as a "chink" by many in the United States. The reality is that the various Asian cultures are extremely diverse ... Read More

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