For Asians, school tests are vital steppingstones


Ting Shi said his first two years in the United States were wretched. He slept in a bunk bed in the same room with his grandparents and a cousin in Chinatown, while his parents lived on East 89th Street, near a laundromat where they endured 12-hour shifts, the New York Times reports. He saw them only on Sundays. Even after they found an apartment together, his father often talked about
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