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UMass study details Asian-American diversity

Challenges facing community defy simple fixes, authors say

By Monica Rhor
Globe Staff / May 27, 2004

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No easy labels fit the Boston area's Asian-American population. It is made up of rich and poor, college graduates and high school dropouts, city renters and suburban homeowners, white-collar professionals and manual laborers. They are second- and third-generation Chinese-Americans, well-to-do immigrants from India, recent refugees from Vietnam and Cambodia, and students from Japan and Korea. (Full Article: 604 Words)

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