According to the United States Census, the Asian population grew faster than any other racial or ethic group in the United States between and The numbers presented herein are for percentages of each state's population that identify as Asian, whether alone or in combination with any other race or ethnicity.
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The Chinese quickly tried to flee but in doing so, many ended up burned alive in their homes, starved to death in hidden refuge, or exposed to animal predators of the mountains; some were successfully rescued by a passing train. There has also been recent immigration to Hawaii from more ethnic Asian groups, including the Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese peoples. Retrieved 4 March United States Top 20 Cities by Population. Although Simplified Chinese is the most oft-written language in China,  United States public notices and signage in Chinese are generally in Traditional Chinese.
Arts and Entertainment Demographics Politics Stereotypes. Growth Rate. Non-Chinese laborers often required much higher wages to support their wives and children in the United States, and also generally had a stronger political standing to bargain for higher wages.