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Old Posted Oct 7, 2019, 3:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Capsicum View Post
Interesting how it's high in the Midwest.
The vast majority of Asian families migrated to the Midwest for highly skilled engineering jobs, academia, or professional jobs. Other than that, there aren't a ton of Asian enclaves in the Midwest like there are in California and New York. The only well known one that I can think of is the Hmong in Minneapolis.

There are some Asian families scattered around suburban Detroit that migrated to the U.S. before the immigration policies were opened up to Asians in the 1960s, but there aren't really enough of them to form an ethnic community.
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