Exit Wounds: The Flight of Asian American Faith
A walk along boulevards in any major American metropolitan city, one will find that the church as the cultural center for Asian American ethnic communities. According to a 2000 Pilot National Asian American Political survey, Christians make up the largest Asian American religious group at 46 percent. But despite the common faith there is an undercurrent of conflict between first and second generation Asians.
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