Pan-Asian Metropolis

Pan-Asian Metropolis

Los Angeles is the world’s great Pan-Asian Metropolis. In Los Angeles, Asians and Pacific Islanders together comprise more than 15% of the population. They are the most numerous racial minority and the fastest growing. Recognized Asian ethnic enclaves include Cambodia Town, Chinatown, Filipinotown, KoreatownLittle Bangladesh, Little India, Little Osaka, Little SaigonLittle Seoul, Little Tokyo, and Thai Town. The Los Angeles urban area home to the largest population of Cambodians, Filipinos, Koreans, Taiwanese, Thai, and Vietnamese outside of their respective home countries. There are large populations Bangla, Chinese, Indians, Japanese, Pakistanis, and Samoans; and substantial but diffuse populations of Afghanis, Bhutanese, Burmese, Hawaiians, Hmong, Indonesians, Laotians, Malaysians, Mongolians, Nepalis, Singaporeans, Sri Lankans, Tibetans, Tongans, Uyghurs, and Uzbeks.


PAN-ASIAN METROPOLIS


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CALIFORNIA FOOL’S GOLD

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URBAN RAMBLES

MISCELLANEOUS ASIAN-AMERICAN AND ASIAN