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Old 08-19-2017, 04:39 PM
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If it's about the quality of the best Vietnamese newspaper, sure. But if it's about the makeup of the average office staff or percentages of restaurants, the percentage population has a lot of influence.
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Old 08-19-2017, 08:13 PM
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Originally Posted by ctr88 View Post
I would look at tiers more as % of the total population and not just the sheer number. Places like Seattle, San Diego, Sacramento, Honolulu have a higher % of Asians as a % of the total population. King County (the county that Seattle is in and Bellevue) for example is 17.4% Asian (and that % is growing rapidly). I would say the Seattle metro feels much more Asian then Chicago, DC, NYC, Houston for example.
Judging by percentages, then Honolulu is in tier 1, ahead of the Bay area. If I'm not mistaken, it's the only Asian-majority medium/large city in the US.

Percentage wise, Champaign-Urbana(although a small metro of just 233k), I believe, is the most Asian in the Midwest, representing 8% of the population.

St. Paul, MN is 18% Asian. Most of the Asians there are of Hmong descent, which I think no other medium or big city has in large numbers or percentages.
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