Archive for May, 2010

Angel Island

On Saturday, I went to Angel Island in the San Francisco Bay with a few of my friends. We biked around the island. It’s very beautiful. I had the opportunity to visit the immigration station. For many years, Angel Island was the admission point for most of the immigrants coming into the US from Asia. […]

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Immigrants in Mississippi

On seeing this post I’ve copied below, I am reminded of how much immigrants contributed to the workforce after Hurricane Katrina in my hometown of Bay St. Louis, MS. After the storm, everything needed to be rebuilt, and there were not enough contractors, laborers, or construction workers to handle the demand. Immigrants came to town […]

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