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an American who is of Asian descent

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It's not surprising that the children of Asian-American doctors would flourish in the United States.
According to Kulture, the Asian-American community doesn't yet have full awareness of how depictions in the entertainment media disadvantage them in real life.
The GOP -- and the media -- has paid a great deal of attention to the party's difficulty in attracting Hispanic electoral support, but the Republican Party also faces considerable hurdles to winning over the Asian-American demographic.
At the same time, this volume reveals that it is not an easy task to present a coherent portrayal of Asian-American Christianity, for at least two reasons.
Even though statistics might reinforce the stereotype that Asian-Americans are "model minorities," these statistics may not account for the fact that the Asian-American population is a highly heterogeneous group, according to Dr.
The collection has a blend of fast-paced sci-fi thrillers and educational one-pagers about Asian-American issues.
population, but Asian-American populations will grow more than 200 percent by 2050, An impressive 48.
Crystal Window & Door Systems announced that its vice president of manufacturing, Jimmy Jin, was recently honored by the Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC) as one of the 2007 Fifty Outstanding Asian-Americans in Business.
Negotiating new Asian-American masculinities: Attitudes and gender expectations.
For example, Asian-American women living in Bergen County, N.
In his essay, "Gay Asian-American Male Seeks Home" in the September-October 2005 issue, Chong-suk Han erroneously defines a "rice queen" as an exploitive older white male.
Lee's agency has been reaching out to the Asian-American community in New York for more than 100 years.
Although fear, stigmatization, and discrimination were not widespread in the general public, Asian-American communities were particularly affected.
In response, Clinton and company played the race card, suggesting that Republicans were bigots for pointing out that the Democrats had been unusually chummy with various Asian-American communities and Asian business interests in the 1996 election cycle.
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