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Chinese Americans
華裔美國人 / 华裔美国人
美國華人 / 美国华人
Total population

1.5% of the U.S. population (2016)

Regions with significant populations
New York City Area, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Northern New Jersey, San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles Area, San Diego, Sacramento, Houston, Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex, Austin, Tampa, Orlando, Seattle, Atlanta, Metro Detroit, Honolulu, Portland, Oregon, Las Vegas, Minneapolis, Columbus, Chicago, Phoenix
Predominantly English, varieties of Chinese:
Mandarin Chinese (Standard Chinese), Yue Chinese (Cantonese, Taishanese), Min Chinese (Eastern,[2] Southern), Hakka, Wu Chinese[3] (Taihu Wu, Oujiang Wu)
Unaffiliated, Buddhism, Protestantism, Catholicism[4] and Taoism
Related ethnic groups
Asian Americans, Hong Kong Americans,
Overseas Chinese, Chinese Canadians,
Taiwanese Americans
Chinese Americans
Traditional Chinese 華裔美國人
Simplified Chinese 华裔美国人
Alternative Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 華人
Simplified Chinese 华人
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Chinese American describes citizens of the United States who have come from China or whose family came from China. They are the largest group of Asian Americans. Famous Chinese Americans include Yo Yo Ma, Bruce Lee and George Li. As of 2010 there are nearly 4 million Chinese Americans, just over 1% of the total population of the U.S.

See also


Other websites

Media related to Chinese Americans at Wikimedia Commons

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