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Old 05-26-2014, 07:19 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Alexander Rusev View Post
Most Chinese Americans in California for example know how to speak Chinese because California has such a high percentage of Chinese people.

But I can imagine a Chinese American person being raised in Nebraska for example, not knowing how to speak Chinese because it is a very White state with a weak Chinese presence.
I think it is healthier to let Chinese Americans recognize their ethnic identity since young Age.

Elliot Rodger seems to have an identity crisis (among other issues).
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