1. Denmark 2. Switzerland 3. Austria 4. Iceland 5. The Bahamas 6. Finland 7. Sweden 8. Bhutan 9. Brunei 10. Canada 11. Ireland 12. Luxembourg 13. Costa Rica 14. Malta 15. The Netherlands 16. Antigua and Barbuda 17. Malaysia 18. New Zealand 19. Norway 20. The Seychelles
Other notable results include:
23. USA 35. Germany 41. UK 62. France 82. China 90. Japan 125. India 167. Russia
In the U.S. today, Americans still have a very unlearned, perhaps skewed, view of Asian-Americans. This is largely, in part, because our school children are not brought up learning about the population. Recently, I’ve been doing private research on Asian American psychosocial differences and taking note of prime areas in motivation, executive functioning, and variances in learning patterns.
It’s high time PBS, along with other worthy documentarians, break through the cultural milieu in America today to respectively introduce this population. No longer grouped White America, Asian America now stands on it’s own. In 2050, this population will surpass the Hispanic and Black populations and be the 2nd most populous race in America. Check out the link for more information.