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 == Bilingualism Affects on Asian-Americans == == Bilingualism Affects on Asian-Americans ==
-  * One of the biggest concerns for Asian-American bilingual students is the limited number of Asian-American bilingual classrooms. A majority of bilingual classrooms are designed for Hispanics and Asian immigrants are placed in these classrooms ​anywayHowever, since there is not a large number Asian-American fluent bilingual instructors,​ the students face more difficulties in asking for help in their native language or understanding the instructor (Wong & Wong-Hernandez,​ 2002). ​+  * One of the biggest concerns for Asian-American bilingual students is the limited number of Asian-American bilingual classrooms. A majority of bilingual classrooms are designed for Hispanics and Asian immigrants are placed in these classrooms. ​Since there is not a large number Asian-American fluent bilingual instructors,​ the students face more difficulties in asking for help in their native language or understanding the instructor (Wong & Wong-Hernandez,​ 2002). ​
   * Asian-Americans have difficulties coping with culture-conflict. Their culture-conflict is basically defined by their pride and self-esteem on how to assimilate into the American society (Wong & Wong-Hernandez,​ 2002). ​   * Asian-Americans have difficulties coping with culture-conflict. Their culture-conflict is basically defined by their pride and self-esteem on how to assimilate into the American society (Wong & Wong-Hernandez,​ 2002). ​
   * As a result of their culture-conflict,​ some Asians view their ethnicity as a handicap that may lead to continuous discrimination by our society (Wong & Wong-Hernandez,​ 2002). ​   * As a result of their culture-conflict,​ some Asians view their ethnicity as a handicap that may lead to continuous discrimination by our society (Wong & Wong-Hernandez,​ 2002). ​