Why more non-Asians are being enrolled in Chinese heritage classes
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Chinese heritage school is a normal part of childhood for many first generation Chinese Americans, but one reporter noticed the makeup of the classes is changing.
A growing number of parents in Southern California are enrolling their children in Chinese heritage schools.
The weekend classes are a regular part of growing up for many first generation Chinese Americans. It's seen as a way of maintaining cultural identity. But as one Chinese American journalist learned, a new, diverse wave of students is attending for another reason: to learn Chinese.
is a first generation Chinese American and spent many a weekend in such classes. She recently returned to the classroom, this time as an observer researching for a piece that would be published in The Atlantic.
Cleo stopped by Take Two to share what she saw.
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