Growth In Chinatown

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When the Exclusion Act was finally lifted in 1943, China was given a small immigration quota, and the community continued to grow, expanding slowly throughout the '40s and '50s” (Waxman, 1994, Growth in Chinatown, para. 1). Within the expansion of Chinese immigrants to America after the Chinese exclusion act was lifted, more Chinese immigrants moved to Chinatown and started to open their own business there. As we know today Chinatown is one of the oldest Chinatown in North America and the largest Chinese community outside Asia. It is a home for many Chinese immigrants that work in various jobs to help America 's economy be more successful. Chinatown is a place where many people from different backgrounds come share their cultures and it
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