The Integration of Chinese Americans and Asian Britons in the United Kingdom

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There has been enough research done on immigrant communities in the United States of American and The United Kingdom yet little on a combination of the two. This paper critically examines the integration of the Chinese Americans as well as their counterparts, the Asian Britons in the United Kingdom. The world's immigration pattern has transformed societies and those thought of as visitors turned hosts. In many parts of the world especially in the United States and the United Kingdom, there are remarkable stories of people who came from poverty areas with stringent, cruel customs and many years later enjoy the fruits of their efforts despite undergoing numerous difficult challenges. Kinston, (1981) explains that those first American generations how the invisible world they built around their childhood fitted in the real America. This is the story of the three generations of Chinese Americans in the United States and Asian Britons in the United Kingdom. The integration of Chinese Americans and Asian Britons into the United States of America and United Kingdom posed a great racial challenge. The racism factor was especially daunting for the Chinese in America than the Asian Britons. With new immigrants, the natives adopted a sort of Millet model were there was separatism and high level of fragmentation and isolation. Integration was unheard of and an impossibility. Economic crises during 1870 in the United States of America resulted in job losses for Americans. This brought

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