Hey, y’all, so just a bit of perspective on East Asian immigration to America. At the peak of Italian immigration, thrice as many Chinese immigrated. There continue to be more Chinese than there are Italians, and yet we are still seen as foreigners long after Italians have been included. I think it still comes down to the way we look. Ching-chong, they say.
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