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Why are Chinese and Indian immigrants so successful in many places they go?

sure the success levels varies by country in the US and Canada, they are a fairly professional, upper middle class group. in britain, they are a bit more of a mixed bag in singapore,kuwait, and dubai they are of both working and wealthy classes but even still, if you compare them to many other immigrant groups, they have done very well as a whole

Asked By: - 12/13/2012
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I tend to agree with 'slew' and 'Misty'. I am a Bangladeshi traveled a few countries like Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand (not to mention India, HK and China since these are under review here) and found that Chinese and Indian immigrants are doing jobs very professionally and with success. I found... More
Answered By: IIAF - 12/14/2012
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They work hard! When you work hard success is an option for you in life. Also because they work so hard, they are smart and good at what they do, if Americans don't change their ways, we will be working for them.
Answered By: SuperLeJay - 12/14/2012
 
Initiative.
Answered By: xpatinasia - 12/14/2012
 
There is an old joke about CHina I heard. The problem about being Chinese is if you are one in a million, there would be a thousand of you... More
Answered By: slew - 12/14/2012
 
I work with people from China/Russian/India/Sweden/etc... More
Answered By: Misty - 12/14/2012
 
First of all, the US cherry-picks the best Chinese and Indian immigrants. Not any Chinese or Indian can come to the US. You have to be sponsored by a university, an employer, etc. In other words, you have to be the best of the best. Also, they have a stronger work ethic, and healthier life choices.
Answered By: gomanyes - 12/14/2012
 
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