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Immigration by Nitish Meena

移民与美国经济

今天早上醒来,我想到了共和党的本土主义与移民在创建美国最有价值公司上的强烈对比。大家只需要看看美股科技七巨头 (Magnificent Seven),就可以看出移民如何推动了2023年美国经济的发展。

Immigration by Nitish Meena

移民與美國經濟

今天早上醒來,我想到了共和黨的本土主義與移民在建立美國最有價值公司上的強烈對比。大家只需要看看美股科技七巨頭 (Magnificent Seven),就可以看出移民如何推動了2023年美國經濟的發展。

Immigration by Nitish Meena

Immigration and the U.S. economy

Immigration has played a role in the success of America’s five most valuable companies: Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon, and NVIDIA.

A still from the film Riceboy Sleeps: a Korean-Canadian mother and her young son read a book together on the couch of their home.

妈,我想要吃跟别的孩⼦⼀样的午餐 — 《Riceboy Sleeps》观后感

「妈,我想要吃跟别的孩⼦⼀样的午餐。」 就这么⼀个看似简单的要求,尽管得到了⺟亲的⾸肯,但从银幕上这位⺟亲的表情可以看出她内 ⼼有多难过。我亦随即回想起在⾃⼰八岁的时候,曾经向⺟亲作出同样的要求。我不禁好奇,⺟ 亲她当时是否与获奖家庭剧情片《Riceboy Sleeps》的主⾓So-young⼀样的表情。

A still from the film Riceboy Sleeps: a Korean-Canadian mother and her young son read a book together on the couch of their home.

媽,我想要吃跟別的孩⼦⼀樣的午餐 — 《Riceboy Sleeps》觀後感

「媽,我想要吃跟別的孩⼦⼀樣的午餐。」 就這麼⼀個看似簡單的要求,盡管得到了⺟親的⾸肯,但從銀幕上這位⺟親的表情可以看出她內 ⼼有多難過。我亦隨即回想起在⾃⼰八歲的時候,曾經向⺟親作出同樣的要求。我不禁好奇,⺟ 親她當時是否與獲獎家庭劇情片《Riceboy Sleeps》的主⾓So-young⼀樣的表情。 

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We would like to acknowledge that we are gathered on the traditional and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. With this acknowledgement, we thank the Indigenous peoples who still live on and care for this land.