From the Malaysia Chronicle:
The article drew on a recent book “The Asian American Achievement Paradox,” by Jennifer Lee [UCI] and Min Zhou, which noted that Asian-American immigrants have started with one advantage: they are highly educated, more so even than the average American, and are disproportionately doctors, research scientists and other highly educated professionals.

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