Our conversations with the children of Asian immigrants to the U.S. explored growing up between two cultures. Readers were supportive of their opportunities to enrich themselves and America

Re "Between Two Worlds" [May 1]: How subtly Korean-American Suzette Won Haas described the sense of "feeling like the hyphen in between" Asian and American in Asian-American. It's really hard for the current generation of Asian Americans to cherish their roots and seek their fortunes at the same time. Older immigrants' dilemma of whether to embrace their ethnic culture and community or be carried away by the American...

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