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Chinatown and the Asian Communities
Chinatown and the Asian Communities

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AIR DATE: April 26, 2011

In the latest census, immigration from Asia has made Asian-Americans the fastest growing group in the valley. And anyone who's drive along Spring Mountain Road lately would be able to see how the commercial home of the community has boomed as well. We'll talk about why the community has grown so fast in Las Vegas and look at how its community has grown along Spring Mountain Road west of the Strip.
 
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Sue Fawn Chung, History Department, UNLV
Kathleen Ja Sook Bergquist, School of Social Work, UNLV

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