Census figures show number of Asians in Valley continues to increase

Mar 13, 2011 Full story: Pasadena Star-News 39

Hector Garcia, 26, got tired of yelling and pointing. So he recently learned a few words of Mandarin to help customers at a recycling center off Valley Boulevard.

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Concerned Hispanic

Covina, CA

#1 Mar 13, 2011
Why are there no Chinese immersion progams in Southern CA public schools -specifically the SGV- like in Northern CA? We want to be able to compete in the 21st century too. LA is behind the curve as usual.
Wong

Modesto, CA

#2 Mar 14, 2011
We will be taking over shortly!!:)
chinese_freemaso n

United States

#3 Mar 14, 2011
Wong wrote:
We will be taking over shortly!!:)
We already have friend.
Wong

Modesto, CA

#4 Mar 14, 2011
chinese_freemason wrote:
<quoted text> We already have friend.
True, but we have load of cash now. We buy up bargain real estate here and wait for market to change, then we make even more money!:)
Illuminati

United States

#6 Mar 14, 2011
The houses lawns and shrubs are way better kept up than the old El Monte. I always use to love our Saint Augustine grass, roses, giant elephant ears, etc. You'll make good citizens. More power to you.
noble white savage

Salt Lake City, UT

#7 Mar 14, 2011
they say white people should get the h#ll back to europe.

But europe is no longer european because of the massive immigrations from the third world.

I don't see massive numbers of non-africans invading africa or non-asians invading asian countries.

But white countries are for everyone. Its really about WHITE GENOCIDE. Its anti-white bias in its most hateful form.

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Wong

Modesto, CA

#9 Mar 15, 2011
Illuminati wrote:
The houses lawns and shrubs are way better kept up than the old El Monte. I always use to love our Saint Augustine grass, roses, giant elephant ears, etc. You'll make good citizens. More power to you.
Thank you. Our plan is to buy up as much bargain price real estate as possible now with cash. We will improve all areas so that when we finally sell back to you Americans, place will be much more valuable!:)
noble white savage

Salt Lake City, UT

#10 Mar 15, 2011
Illuminati wrote:
The houses lawns and shrubs are way better kept up than the old El Monte. I always use to love our Saint Augustine grass, roses, giant elephant ears, etc. You'll make good citizens. More power to you.
The white people I know have to work 2-3 jobs to make ends meet. That's because they are taxed so heavily paying for a social welfare system which takes such good care of non-white immigrations.

Property white people are not able to take care of their property as they would like. Possibly those immigrants are moonlighting from their state welfare collecting jobs and are doing yardwork at a rate white people can not afford to do.

OH, THE ANTI-WHITE BIAS in this country.

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Illuminati

United States

#11 Mar 15, 2011
You can always buy up all of the property east of the San Andreas Fault line, like Lex Luther in Superman, and wind up with beach front property. Seriously though, with a little effort in gardening our house use to be like an Oasis. Can't fault immigrant folks who try to make it a better place to live by brightening there own personal corner of their universe. Hong Kong had the same problem, industrious people=higher property values.
Wong

Modesto, CA

#12 Mar 16, 2011
Illuminati wrote:
You can always buy up all of the property east of the San Andreas Fault line, like Lex Luther in Superman, and wind up with beach front property. Seriously though, with a little effort in gardening our house use to be like an Oasis. Can't fault immigrant folks who try to make it a better place to live by brightening there own personal corner of their universe. Hong Kong had the same problem, industrious people=higher property values.
Yes, we improve every area we move into!:)
mister ling

United States

#13 Mar 19, 2011
Yes we make Asian Invasion in all your towns!
Wong

Modesto, CA

#14 Mar 19, 2011
mister ling wrote:
Yes we make Asian Invasion in all your towns!
LOL! But we invade peacefully, and help stimulate US real estate market with load of cash!!:)
noble white savage

Salt Lake City, UT

#15 Mar 19, 2011
Africa for africans, asia for asians, white countries for everyone.

American empire does not allow exclusive white community, religions, schools, nations. Its white genocide.

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Anamouse

Northridge, CA

#16 Mar 19, 2011
Concerned Hispanic wrote:
Why are there no Chinese immersion progams in Southern CA public schools -specifically the SGV- like in Northern CA? We want to be able to compete in the 21st century too. LA is behind the curve as usual.
There are no Chinese immersion programs in our schools because the Chinese community is not as stupid as the Hispanic community.

Most Hispanics believe the schools are being nice to them by catering to them, and the Chinese know that all special programs do is make their kids different and hold them back.

Assimilation and ultimately the success that goes with it is thier ultimate goal and their smart enough to know see how poorly the programs worked for the Hispanic community, and smare enough to know bette than let that grand failure be duplicated with therir own kids.
Anamouse

Northridge, CA

#17 Mar 19, 2011
Wong wrote:
<quoted text> Thank you. Our plan is to buy up as much bargain price real estate as possible now with cash. We will improve all areas so that when we finally sell back to you Americans, place will be much more valuable!:)
Wong, I think you're wrong if you think this is a great time to buy, and remember how many Japanese lost their fortunes trying to do that in the past.

Realestate is probably going to flounder for another 5 years, and our rental laws make being a landlord a real bummer.

It was a great time for first time homebuyer's a short time ago, with all the government subsidizies, but their gone and never did speculators any good anyway.

With housing taxes going up, rent control and other restrictive housing laws becomming more restricive, and interest rates going up, this is still not a good time to put your venture capital in realestate.

But then again perhaps I'm Wrong and your still Wong.
Wong

Modesto, CA

#18 Mar 20, 2011
Anamouse wrote:
<quoted text>
Wong, I think you're wrong if you think this is a great time to buy, and remember how many Japanese lost their fortunes trying to do that in the past.
Realestate is probably going to flounder for another 5 years, and our rental laws make being a landlord a real bummer.
It was a great time for first time homebuyer's a short time ago, with all the government subsidizies, but their gone and never did speculators any good anyway.
With housing taxes going up, rent control and other restrictive housing laws becomming more restricive, and interest rates going up, this is still not a good time to put your venture capital in realestate.
But then again perhaps I'm Wrong and your still Wong.
Incorrect, this very good time to buy! Inflation and interest rate soon go way up, so mortgage will cost much more in future. Little new construction now and population still greatly expanding, so demand for housing continue to rapidly increase!
Anamouse

Northridge, CA

#19 Mar 24, 2011
Wong wrote:
<quoted text> Incorrect, this very good time to buy! Inflation and interest rate soon go way up, so mortgage will cost much more in future. Little new construction now and population still greatly expanding, so demand for housing continue to rapidly increase!
I agree that interest is likely to go up but wouldn't be surprised if it's over 5 years before middle class houses around here increase significantly in value. Their actually falling in value now, and will more once the banks get a chance to PROPERLY process all the defaults that they were forced to delay processing, because they'd been pencil whipping them.

If you invest your money in housing it might do nothing for 5 years while you continue to rent the property out at a slight loss, and have to put up with all the landlord headaches.

I'm not sure if you're just an investor or just trying to get a house for the first time, but as an investor, who is looking for a place to put money, right now single family dwellings are not on my list.

If Obummer had not started all the subsidizy stuff and single family homes had fallen to aobut $200K, like I thought they would, I would have bought a few, but not at these artifically inflated prices.

I say inflated because we just finished a huge buying spree that was highly subsized with tax money, especially to those who qualified as first time buyers. Lots of them bought houses they otherwise could not have afforded, and you and I will be helping them pay for their low interest rate, and high cost home, for the next 20 to 30 years. Now that their not snapping up homes, the prices will have to go down even more to attract buyers that din't qualify for subsidizes, and didn't buy when the subsidizes were there and the interest rate was low.

Think about it, if you had wanted to buy why would you have waited for the subsidizies to dissapear before buyint? The reason more people didnt' buy is that they couldn't afford to even then, and now it's even tougher.

But Obummer is laughing all the way to the bank because he knows that the taxes all those folks will pay for the rest of their lives, will be based on the hire prices they paid because subsidizies kept the housing prices higher than they would have beeen if he had not thrown so much of our tax money at them.
Wong

Modesto, CA

#20 Mar 25, 2011
Anamouse wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree that interest is likely to go up but wouldn't be surprised if it's over 5 years before middle class houses around here increase significantly in value. Their actually falling in value now, and will more once the banks get a chance to PROPERLY process all the defaults that they were forced to delay processing, because they'd been pencil whipping them.
If you invest your money in housing it might do nothing for 5 years while you continue to rent the property out at a slight loss, and have to put up with all the landlord headaches.
I'm not sure if you're just an investor or just trying to get a house for the first time, but as an investor, who is looking for a place to put money, right now single family dwellings are not on my list.
If Obummer had not started all the subsidizy stuff and single family homes had fallen to aobut $200K, like I thought they would, I would have bought a few, but not at these artifically inflated prices.
I say inflated because we just finished a huge buying spree that was highly subsized with tax money, especially to those who qualified as first time buyers. Lots of them bought houses they otherwise could not have afforded, and you and I will be helping them pay for their low interest rate, and high cost home, for the next 20 to 30 years. Now that their not snapping up homes, the prices will have to go down even more to attract buyers that din't qualify for subsidizes, and didn't buy when the subsidizes were there and the interest rate was low.
Think about it, if you had wanted to buy why would you have waited for the subsidizies to dissapear before buyint? The reason more people didnt' buy is that they couldn't afford to even then, and now it's even tougher.
But Obummer is laughing all the way to the bank because he knows that the taxes all those folks will pay for the rest of their lives, will be based on the hire prices they paid because subsidizies kept the housing prices higher than they would have beeen if he had not thrown so much of our tax money at them.
I am investor, and have made much money in real estate in the past. Most people unable to buy now, so demand way up now for rentals. Also many more people now qualify for Section 8 program, which help landlord. Property go way up in value as soon as banks lend and economy start to really pick up!
Laugh

San Gabriel, CA

#21 Apr 1, 2011
Why are the house prices in the san gabriel valley so high? Probably something to do with asians moving in.
Wong

Modesto, CA

#22 Apr 1, 2011
Laugh wrote:
Why are the house prices in the san gabriel valley so high? Probably something to do with asians moving in.
We Asians improve neighborhood, so everywhere we move increases value!

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