Asian American Christians report 20-27% more symptoms of depression, than their white or African American counterparts. Research  shows that this may be due to the Asian environment creating tension with American culture.
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1. Richard Petts and Anne Joliffe, "Race and Adolescent Depression: The impact of race and gender" Review of Religious Research (June 2008)
2. "The Rise of Asian Americans" Pew Research Center (http://www.pewsocialtrends.org/asianamericans-graphics/)
3. "AAJA demands Fox News apologize for offensive Chinatown segment; network agrees to meeting" Asian American Journalists Association (http://www.aaja.org/aaja-member-news-september-2016-roundup/)