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In order to determine where the most Asian Americans live, we needed to look at the U.S. Census to see where the states with the biggest asian populations are located.


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Americans take pride in being a very welcoming country. As long as people follow the rules and do their part to make this a great nation, all are welcome.

Of course, when you measure diversity, you could measure way more things than just race. You can measure diversity in a number of factors such as religious diversity, gender diversity, age and education. We’ll address those, but today, going to specifically measure ethnic and racial diversity.

10. Georgia

We’re in Georgia. But when you look at the numbers, it makes sense. Here’s why: In the United States, the racial makeup is as follows: 60% white alone, 18% hispanic, 13% black, 6% asian, and 1% native american. And some other smaller races.

9. Florida

While in Georgia, it was the black population that made it diverse, in Florida, it’s the hispanic and latino population which makes it so varied here. Florida is 53% white, 26% hispanic and 17% African American. That’s a racial stew.

Plus, Florida has the nation’s largest Cuban population, which make up 7% of the state’s total population. That’s a lot.

8. New Mexico

New Mexico’s numbers look like this 37% white, 42% hispanic, and 6% black and 10% native american. Notice that New Mexico is also 1.8% asian.

Other interesting factors: New Mexico is also the 6th gayest state in America, where .5% of the population

It’s also the most hispanic state in the union, and the 4th most native American state, too.

7. New Jersey

Here in the Garden State, god planted a lot of different seeds. The racial breakdown is as such, which shows there are actually four major races here, since the Asian population stands at 10%.

New Jersey has America’s largest Italian population. There are also a lot of Jews in New Jersey. 6% of New Jerseyans are of the Jewish American population, good for the 3rd highest population in the USA.

6. New York

Of course New York is one of the most diverse states. This chart shows just over half of the population is white (and its 20% hispanic, 18% black, and nearly 10% Asian) Notice New York is also 2.6% mixed race, which is really high.

New York is home to the nation’s largest Dominican population, too.

But New York City alone is what really makes this state so diverse in many ways. Within New York City there are more racial, ethnic and cultural differences than anywhere else in the US.

Another interesting fact: 10% of New York City are either Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists or Jewish.

5. Maryland is the second least white state we’ve seen so far, after New Mexico. Here, half the population is white,. About a third are African American, 10% are hispanic, and 7% are Asian.

Baltimore is the big reason Maryland has such a high black population. Baltimore is 63% black, which makes it the 5th blackest city in the country. Going back to 1940, Baltimore was 80% white. That’s a big change.

4. Texas

Here in Texas, it’s pretty much a white or hispanic state. 40% are white, 40% are Hispanic, and the other 20% pretty much black or Asian. Of course, over time, Texas has become very Hispanic. This chart shows that the over the last few years, the white birth rate in Texas has shrunk to 33%, and the Hispanic birth rate has risen, and is now 47%.

But, across America, the birth rate for Hispanic women has fallen by 31 percent in the last ten years. That’s because now, 2 in 3 hispanic women were born in the US.

3. Nevada

What makes Nevada such a diverse place? It’s less than half white for starters. Hispanics make up nearly a third of the population, and African American and Asian populations are nearly 10%.

The Las Vegas metro makes up a quarter of this state’s population. Due to the city’s international flair, it’s a big draw for people from all over the world. It has a large Philippino population, and 5% of Vegas’ population is of mixed descent.

2. California

Of course, California is diverse. And at the rate things are currently going, California will be atop this list at some point soon.

California is currently 37% white, 39% hispanic, 15% Asian, and 7% African American. When you look at this ethnic mix, you can understand why there are more various languages spoken in California households than any other place in America.

1. Hawaii

Hawaii takes the diversity cake. Look at these numbers: 37% Asian, 24% mixed, 21% white, 11% hispanic, 10% native Hawaiian or islander and 2% is Black. There’s also a few Native Americans here too

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Top 10 Places for Americans in Southeast Asia.

Top 10 Places for Americans in Southeast Asia.

Are you an American looking to leave the United States for Southeast Asia? Want to live in Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, or Taiwan?
This list is a brief overview of places you might want to look into if this is something you have considered. Southeast Asia is beautiful and affordable.
Americans have been leaving the United States for decades to live on the beaches of Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia.
Southeast Asia is a group of countries between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, featuring cultures influenced by Indian, Chinese, and Western culture.
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10 Fun Facts About Each of the Countries in Southeast Asia

We’ve gathered 10 fun facts about each of the countries in Southeast Asia. This is the ultimate trivia list for all of the 11 Southeast Asian countries. To skip to a specific country, check the timestamps in the description box below.

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What ASIAN Girlfriend found WEIRD about America

Seriously, Americans do some pretty weird things.. at least they're weird in Asian perspectives ! Here's a list of 9 of them. If you think that it is weird as well, let us know in the comment below !

We have a great time in America. But the USA is not without it's oddities. There are some weird things American do, and especially for some of the stranger aspects of America. In this video, I points out the weirdest and strangest things about American culture, food, and much more in comparison to most of Asian countries, mainly in southeast Asia


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American and Thai travel couple left the career in military and finance to become travel story teller. We met in 2015 in South Korea when Jimmy was in U.S. army and Tah studied for bachelor degree. In 2017, September, we both started traveling and created ' divertliving ' to share with world that we are not rich, but we can still travel well and enjoy our life. The content is uploaded almost everyday, providing real travel experience, traveling tips, struggle we have been through while traveling. You will see how it is like traveling as a mixed couple, it is greatly challenging in terms of cultural difference ( and so many more differences )


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Aging & Alone: Asian American living alone in New York City

AARP, in collaboration with NextDayBetter, presents Aging & Alone - a powerful story following the day in the life of Mrs. Chu, a Chinese American senior that lives alone in New York City. Our challenge: how might we end social isolation among seniors?

More than half of all seniors aged 75+ in the United States live alone. Living in isolation without strong support significantly raises the risk of injury and illness. Seniors in the Asian American Pacific Islander community are especially vulnerable, often facing the added burdens of poverty and language barriers.

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Ronny Chieng - Asian Comedian Destroys America! - Screens & Stuff Clip - Netflix Standup Special

Ronny Chieng breaks down all the stuff in America and the nightly content competition in his new standup comedy special, Asian Comedian Destroys America! Streaming Dec 17, only on Netflix.

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Ronny Chieng - Asian Comedian Destroys America! - Screens & Stuff Clip - Netflix Standup Special

Ronny Chieng (The Daily Show, Crazy Rich Asians) takes center stage in this stand-up special and riffs on modern American life and more.

Top 10 Most Asian Cities In America

The 10 Most populated Asian Cities In America, find out which cities have the most Asian population, see how many Asians live in America and which cities they tend to like staying in.
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In America - The Asian Indian Story

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In America is part of International Channel's ongoing We the People celebration, designed to honor citizenship and the contributions of immigrants to the United States. Each 30-minute program traces the history and highlights the successes and contributions of a specific ethnic group. It also details the experiences of immigrants living in the United States today. This episode features distinguished South Asians in the United States.

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Asian American Life is a new monthly series featuring the Asian American community in the tri-state. The first show is an overview of the tri-state's Asian Americans. It will feature a roundtable discussion with several prominent members of the community: Sayu Bhojwani, New American Leaders Project; Larry Lee, Asian Women's Center, Vanessa Leung, Coalition for Asian American Children and Families and Kyung Yoon, Korean American Community Foundation. We profile the oldest Asian immigrant enclave in the country, Manhattan's Chinatown, which will include a visit to the Museum of Chinese in America. We also introduce viewers to photographer Corky Lee, whose photographs have captured the Asian immigrant experience for more than four decades and world renowned physicist Michio Kaku. Host, Ernabel Demillo also learns how to make the perfect dim sum dumpling.

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Louie Tan Vital, a young Asian American voter, grapples with the political differences between her progressive views and those of her conservative, Trump-supporting grandmother, Estrella Pada Taong, ahead of the contentious 2020 election‌
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Growing Up Asian American (from South America)


Since May is a month where many people celebrate being Asian/Pacific American, I thought I'd use this opportunity to dive into my childhood and youth to talk about my experiences growing up as a Chinese American from South America. I hope my story brought you some solace in the journey of finding your own self, whatever that means to you. I'll see you soon.

Do let me know if you have any questions regarding this topic. And last but not least, tell me where you're from! It always brings a smile to my face to know who's watching :)

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Asia vs. North America: Why Asian Cities are Way More Vibrant

In our first week back from trips to Asia, we get into a discussion on the differences between city life in Asia and city life in North America. Why do so many East-Asian cities brim with activity, while so many North American cities resemble post-apocalyptic zombie wastelands (by comparison)?

There are probably a lot of reasons why, but as zealous capitalists, we highlight central-planning and over-regulation as one of them.




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