Asian population grows in Virginia
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Asian population grows in Virginia

Asian immigrants living in northern Virginia shop at Lotte Plaza, an Asian supermarket, in Chantilly, Va. 2010 Census data revealed there are five times as many Asians living in Loudoun County than there were ten years ago. (Whitney Shefte/The Washington Post)

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