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A new report on the Houston Area Asian Survey, the first and only systematic studies of the entire Asian population in any American city, was released in early February by the Kinder Institute for Urban Research. The surveys, conducted in 1995, 2002 and 2011 in conjunction with the annual Kinder Institute Houston Area Survey, directed questions about demographics, life experiences and societal issues to all of Houston’s varied Asian communities. The surveys explored the similarities and differences among the Houston area’s four largest Asian communities: the Vietnamese, Indian/Pakistani, Chinese/Taiwanese and Filipino populations. The findings were released Feb. 7, 2013 by Institute Co-Director Stephen Klineberg at an event hosted by the institute at the Asia Society Texas Center. 


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