Canada has a booming economy and its future will attract more and more Asian immigrants, adding to Canada's delicious cultural mosaic. However, people say that the Chinese immigration to Canada might be a little overwhelming. For example, in the Vancouver metropolitan area, more than 20% of residents are of Chinese descent, and Vancouver itself is well over 30% Chinese, and is 50% Asian in general. Many other Asian immigrants come from India (South Asia), the Philippines, South Korea, and Vietnam and other countries in southeast Asia. Vancouver has a long generation Japanese community.
"My son wants out of private school," says one parent who asked not to be named. His teenager has become one of the few white students at an exclusive Christian academy in a Vancouver suburb. "All these Asian kids are playing the piano and violin in the evenings. My kid plays hockey," he says."
The Toronto metropolitan area is changing as well. It is estimated by 2031, 25% of the Greater Toronto Area's area will be of Indian or South Asian descent. About a fifth of the Toronto area's community will be of Chinese descent. Toronto is home to every culture and ethnicity on the planet, and it is strong in Filipino, Korean, and Vietnamese communities as well. There are even Korean and Japanese immersion schools in Toronto.
Canada's strong economic boom will bring in all the people of Earth, but people will wonder if too many Asians is just TOO many. What do you think? How do you guys think of Canada's Asian-Canadian community?