So, Asian clustering brings more Asians. As for how the clustering will affect the city, one only needs to look to the other suburban Chinatowns in So Cal to see the result. Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights, Diamond Bar, Walnut, City of Industry, Arcadia, Monterrey Park, San Marino, and San Gabriel are good places to find an answer. Obviously, when a racial tipping point is reached, whites and Hispanics move out, and the culture radically changes in those areas.
I am Caucasian and currently live in a suburban Chinatown in So Cal. This town is for all intents and purposes a Chinese territory on American soil. It is a self-serving Chinese community comprised of people who couldn't care less about diversity. The Chinese here snub their noses at the idea of the American melting pot -- many different people with one national identity. it's Chinese tribalism and Chinese thinking exported from one side of the world to the other. Why on earth would I want to live in such a place?
I can't blame the Chinese. After all, it is the U.S. government that gives tens of thousands of Chinese citizenship or permanent residency every year. No questions asked about their ill gotten gains from mainland China, all that crooked communist money. Also, it is the U.S. government that allows foreign nationals to own property and companies in America. The Chinese are just being Chinese; that's the way they are. Their socio-cultural isolationism obviously exports nicely. Like they say, you can take a Chinaman out of China but you can't take China out of a Chinaman. Just the other day I saw a Chinese guy snot rocketing onto the pavement in a parking lot. You know, Chinese people are made in China, so there's a quality control issue.
Stan Simmons, OC Register 7 Comments
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