Chinese American

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Chinese American


Chinese Americans are the largest group of Asian Americans. In the 2000 U.S. Census, 2.43 million people identified themselves as Chinese, and another 0.44 million identified themselves as Chinese in combination with another race or races (Hong, Pp. 1229-1132). These numbers account for approximately 24% of the 10.24 million people who identified themselves as Asian alone and approximately 27% of the additional 1.66 million who reported themselves as Asian in combination with another race or races.

Cultural Variations and Subcultures

China is a vast country with subcultural variations among its different regions, such as north and south, rural and urban. China ...
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