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Some half a million youth have applied for the Obama administration's deferred deportation program, but a million are eligible. Many of the young people who haven't applied are Chinese, which make up the ninth-largest source of eligible immigrants but aren't even in the top 20 of applicants.
Since Chinese immigrants first started coming to the United States in the mid 1800s, many have congregated, at least initially, in Chinatowns. But as immigration slows, and China's economy roars, that flow of immigrants is drying up. And that's meant Chinatowns across the country are facing changes.
The Economist magazine released its list of the world's most expensive cities this week. Cracking the top 10 were two Australian cities: Sydney and Melbourne. It's not just expensive to live there; it's expensive for tourists to visit.