Need to know the future of NYC's Asian population

Need to know the future of NYC's Asian population

Postby Navya » Tue Mar 22, 2016 11:52 am

Will NYC's Asian population ever grow in size and paramountcy to rival the White/Hispanic/Ebony populations in the city? Abaft all the verbalize of "transplants" and whatnot, one thing that seems to be transpiring in the background is the explosive magnification of the Chinese, Indians and Arabs you visually perceive here. I do wonder why NY isn't optically discerned as being an Asian cultural center the same way SF and LA are?

What are your phrenic conceptions/observations on this? Anyone else cerebrate NY should focus more on highlighting it's Asian cultures and communities?
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Re: Need to know the future of NYC's Asian population

Postby Teja » Tue Mar 22, 2016 11:54 am

Ebony and Latino numbers are down, driven away by gentrification. As more and more neighborhoods visually perceives gentrification the only towns that won't get gentrified are Asian dominated components as the authentic estate prices are too prohibitive for any minute investor to scoop up properties.

Back in the 90s, Blacks and Latinos dominated a good portion of Brooklyn stretching from Williamsburg, Sunset Park, and Bensonhurst. Today, the you have pockets of Latino areas circumvented by Asian businesses and home owners. Then stretches of Hasidic Jews and then areas dominated by gentrifiers from Red Hook to Borough Hall.
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