Unformatted text preview: segregations and discriminations. Due to this, it seems that the Japanese developed their own communities and stuck to their own people, rather than communicating with people from different ethnicities. Also, in Major Problems, the Chinese were criticized of coming to America only two gain riches for themselves and then go back to their country. But in reality, the Chinese’s hesitation to assimilate and adapt to the American culture was because the Americans’ unwillingness to let the Chinese be at least somewhat equal or closer to them in the social class. The Japanese were in a similar case as the Chinese as well. No wonder these different ethnicities and Americans did not get along. Both sides were full of prejudice and would not give each other an opportunity to adapt, even if the immigrants were somewhat more willing than the Americans....
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This note was uploaded on 02/28/2012 for the course HIS AAST 201/ taught by Professor Shinagawa during the Spring '11 term at Maryland.
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