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#RECIPE - Asian Chicken Nuggets

#RECIPE - Asian Chicken Nuggets | Asian Immigration | Scoop.it

INGREDIENTS:

“500g chicken mince
2 tsp sesame oil
1/4 cup dry breadcrumbs
grated zest of 1 lemon
2-3 shallots, roughly chopped
¼ cup water chestnuts, roughly chopped
1/3 bunch coriander, stalks finely chopped, leaves whole
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp rice bran oil, for frying”

 

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One thing I think is important is how the asian culture has effected us, not in a bad way. When people talk about asian immigration they just focuse on the immigration part. We never really think about the different variety of foods they bring in to.

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COMMENTARY: The hidden immigration impact on American churches - Religion News Service

COMMENTARY: The hidden immigration impact on American churches - Religion News Service | Asian Immigration | Scoop.it
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COMMENTARY: The hidden immigration impact on American churches
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In fact, immigration to the U.S.
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I never knew how much impact on our religion immigrants could bring, not only asian immigration, but all races that are coming into the united states are making are churches stronger as a whole.

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Molly Langstraat's comment, October 3, 2013 5:21 PM
It was interesting to read about the impact we have. I think we can really try to make things equal for all religions.
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Increase in the Number of Foreign-Born Spouses in America | uscitizenship

Increase in the Number of Foreign-Born Spouses in America | uscitizenship | Asian Immigration | Scoop.it
Around 61 percent of the foreign-born spouses of US citizens have so far obtained US citizenship. 39 percent of them are non US citizens who hold Green Cards

Via Hazel Ickes
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I thought this article was very informational about the percentage and number of immigrants who have green cards and get married.

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Hazel Ickes's curator insight, September 17, 2013 3:25 AM

Around 61 percent of the foreign-born spouses of US citizens have so far obtained US citizenship. 39 percent of them are non US citizens who hold Green Cards.

Molly Langstraat's comment, October 3, 2013 5:22 PM
think its cool that people marry people from other countries. It will help mix cultures and religions in future generations.
Margaret Kooser's comment, October 3, 2013 10:12 PM
I think that people have the right to get married and love whoever they want and the fact that people are finding there partners in other countries is great.
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In immigration news: More migration from Asia, immigrant advocates protest CA ... - 89.3 KPCC (blog)

In immigration news: More migration from Asia, immigrant advocates protest CA ... - 89.3 KPCC (blog) | Asian Immigration | Scoop.it
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In immigration news: More migration from Asia, immigrant advocates protest CA ...
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Asian newcomers drive immigration - Wall Street Journal More on how a growing number of immigrants from Asia are arriving in the U.S.

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This article shows how much the numbers of Asain immigration verses other races that come into the U.S. I found it interesting because I didn't know that the numbers were that large, and just how fast they grow.

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Jessica Pottridge's curator insight, September 20, 2013 2:20 PM

Asians drive immigration to the United States. This article is important, because it shows how much immigration effects the U.S. After people realize that immigrating to the U.S. was a great decision for another family, they decide that maybe it would be good for theirs too. 

Grant Judkins's curator insight, September 23, 2013 1:54 PM

Asian Immigration in the U.S. has increased over the last few years. More Asian immigrants have come to the U.S. than Latino Immigrants. Some people are protesting over this.

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Asian Americans Are the Same as Other Americans, But Not in the Way Frank Wu Seems to Think We Are

Asian Americans Are the Same as Other Americans, But Not in the Way Frank Wu Seems to Think We Are | Asian Immigration | Scoop.it
Frank H. Wu (author of Yellow: Race Beyond Black and White, a useful if not entirely satisfying examination of the racial status of Asian Americans) has been making waves with his recent Huff Post ...

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This is a pretty good artical about a author who really looks into how the "asian culture" and asian immigrants are a lot like the U.S. people but yet different.

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2nd-Generation Immigrants More Likely Democrats

2nd-Generation Immigrants More Likely Democrats | Asian Immigration | Scoop.it

(SF Gate/AP)

 

U.S.-born children of Hispanic immigrants are more likely than their parents to identify themselves as Democrats as they integrate into American life, maintaining strong ties to their cultural heritage while casting themselves as liberal on social issues.

 

A wide-ranging study released Thursday by the Pew Research Center lays bare some of the difficulties for the Republican Party after elections in November, when President Obama won with support from 80 percent of nonwhite and ethnic voters.

 

The report tracks the socioeconomic progress and views of second-generation Americans, the bulk of them Latinos and Asians who were born in the U.S. after a 1965 immigration law opened U.S. borders to millions of non-Europeans.

Planting roots deeper

"What's striking over the past several decades is that the two groups at the heart of the modern immigration wave - Hispanics and Asian Americans - have both been trending Democratic over time, as they sink their roots deeper into American society," Paul Taylor, Pew's executive vice president, said in an interview.

 

"Many decades ago, Ronald Reagan is said to have described Hispanics as 'Republicans who don't know it yet.' Well, it's 2013, and they apparently still haven't figured it out," he said....


Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/politics/article/2nd-generation-immigrants-more-likely-Dems-4261998.php#ixzz2KRIjFb9v

 


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As we except more immigrants into our nation I do believe they get more into the " American heritage" blending into our beliefs, culture so on. As they become more amercanized, they also stay true to some of the things their culture does, to me that's great. It not only shows us that we can except other culters into our own, but be able to embrass it too.

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Michael Charney's curator insight, February 9, 2013 4:26 PM

Republicans can either find conservative ways to appeal to these growing demographic changes, or find themselves on a continuing donward spiral...

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America is Experiencing a Surge in Undocumented Immigrants | uscitizenship

America is Experiencing a Surge in Undocumented Immigrants | uscitizenship | Asian Immigration | Scoop.it
There are more than 11.7 million undocumented immigrants living in America. Many believe that the reason for increased illegal immigration is the stronger US economy

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I though this was a good article because even though some immigrants come through legally millions don't. I thought this showed that even though we have secure boarders, doesn't mean that illegal immigrants can't get through.

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Jessica Pottridge's curator insight, October 2, 2013 12:14 PM

 This article is important, because it shows how badly some people want to get in our country. They will do anything they have to in order to cross the border and call themselves a citizen. Our government should be taking more actions in order to ensure less immigrants make it in illegally.

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COMMENTARY: The hidden immigration impact on American churches - Religion News Service

COMMENTARY: The hidden immigration impact on American churches - Religion News Service | Asian Immigration | Scoop.it
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COMMENTARY: The hidden immigration impact on American churches
Religion News Service
In fact, immigration to the U.S.

Via Jessica Pottridge
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I think this is a really great article. It really shows, and opens the doors to people to show how diverse america is, and how it adjust to different religions and cultures.

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Jessica Pottridge's curator insight, September 27, 2013 11:20 AM

Immigration to the United States has made America one of the most religiously diverse countries, with different faiths spread out all across the country. This is important because it shows how greatly affected our country is from all the people that immigrate here from other countries.

Lydia Dingeman's comment, October 2, 2013 12:01 PM
I really like this article. I really shows that we are a divers country. Thats why so many people choose to come to America and live here for better opportunities. It also shows how we adjust to all the different cultures and religions.