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Old 02-04-2019, 03:10 PM
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^Agreed. You can't go wrong with either, but you get more for your money in Chino Hills. Lots of great amenities in both cities.
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Old 02-14-2019, 07:13 AM
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Originally Posted by BGS91762 View Post
Both would be great. Yorba Linda would likely be little more expensive.
Expect to pay almost double for the same size house in Yorba Linda Vs. Chino Hills. It depends.

Also, there is a huge influx of Asians moving into Chino Hills AND Yorba Linda. I have enjoyed this, as I am part Chinese and welcome the diversity. When I was growing up in Fullerton in the 70's, diversity was little to non-existent. Back then, some people were just racist. it was difficult to get a job as a teenager. All my anglo friends got jobs, but the managers would take one look at me and shake their heads "No." Made some friends, but it was somewhat difficult to do so and assimilate. We went from being one of TWO Chinese families at our high school, and we were only 75% Chinese, LOL. Now the same school is 75% Asian.

The Chinese are also everywhere in Chino Hills and Chino. Chino Hills even has a 99 Ranch Market and 85 degree coffee. Learn to say: "Ni How!" I love it. I can get food from my ancestor's homeland (the south of China). Delicious Chinese food everywhere. The Asian people are very different and fun.

Of course, the first Chinese settled in San Francisco and Los Angeles. In the late 70's, there was a huge migration to Monterey Park, then surrounding cities. During the 90's, more moved to Rowland Heights and Diamond Bar. Now Chino and Chino Hills in the last twenty years.

I am enjoying my culture and diversity. I think I will take a Mandarin language class and learn to play majong when I retire. I am pretty much a "banana," because I grew up in Fullerton. Learned to speak Spanish as a second language. Had fun in spite of my difficult high school years.

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