Immigration in America: Becoming Americanized

In a small Georgia town, the only Chinese family in the region works to assimilate. In Atlanta, a city with a sizable immigrant population, another Chinese family travels the path toward "Americanization." How do their children make out in the different locales? NPR's Kathy Lohr reports.

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