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The United States is a country of immigration around the world To adapt into the American lifestyles immigrants face many challenges to understand the American dominant religion which was developed by white colonists for a long period The diversity and complexity of American religious landscape is the most challenge of assimilation process In particular Chinese immigrants have experienced this challenge in long historical waves of immigration Despite varying degrees of assimilation through historical waves of immigration the American religious landscapes prevent ethnic Chinese groups from comprehensively assimilating and integrating into American society stunting the groups overall progressFrom the early settlers to the present entrants the phenomenology of the American dream attracts a large number of Chinese immigrants coming to the United States As an example a lot of Chinese came to California for gold rush period in 1850s The American dream helps immigrants achieve equal opportunities to live a life in freedom and liberty for all as mentioned on the Pledge of Allegiance These equal opportunities include having a better lifestyle by obtaining a higher education and more stable jobs which are difficult to find in the homeland country From the American Born Chinese an old parable describes how education plays an important role in Chinese religion She the mother found a home across the road from a university The son now spent all his free-time reading books about mathematics science and history 24 The new home represents the American dream for which the elder Chinese traditionally hope to bring the best educational environment to their descendants To pay for this American dream Chinese immigrants are willing to be suffered from letting go of their cultural and ethnic foundation Through historical waves of immigration the number of Chinese immigrants increases tremendously due to the transition from non-white immigration to freely open to any ethic groups At the early stage of immigration period many policies such as the Naturalization Law of 1790 and Chinese Execution Acts
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