One reason to why an income for an Asian family may be higher than an American family is because they have more family members that are working who are living in the same home.
Even if they receive small income individually, when everyone comes together, it is enough.
Japanese Americans had lost a lot during World War II.
They were imprisoned in internment camps, lost their homes, land, and property.
" — a Chinese American attorney He asked the price of beef.
Then he said: "You Koreans charge too much." My brother said: "I'm not Korean, I'm Cambodian." But he's mad.Generally speaking, the stereotyping of Asian women often swing to extreme types: the docile, subservient sexual object, or the dragon lady.Asian Americans only make up a small percentage of the United States population and live mostly on the west and east coasts of mainland United States and Hawaii.Hollywood has a tradition of portraying Asian women as exotic, subservient, compliant, industrious, and more than often, eager to please.These race and class stereotypes of Asian American women give the impression of what Asian American women are really like to other Americans as well as to Asian Americans themselves.The research conducted for this paper shows that these false stereotypes about Asian Americans cross all borders.Young Asian American males at UCI can identify the same false perceptions of Vietnamese American women that we find in the media, because that is where those ideas are taught.For over a hundred years, stereotypes of Asian Americans have dramatically changed from being viewed as uneducated poor laborers to being characterized as successful educated minority. According to the article “Outwhiting the whites”: An examination of the persistence of Asian Americans model minority discourse, Asian Americans were stereotyped as the “Yellow Peril” before.It was a fear that Asian Americans were going to take power in America.He says: "You Koreans rip us off."— a Cambodian-born store owner The growth and diversification of the Asian American population in recent years has been nothing short of phenomenal.Driven by sustained immigration and refugee resettlement during the 1970s and 1980s, Asian Americans have emerged as the nation's fastest growing racial group.