The 2011 U.S. Census ranked Chinese speakers as the third most populous behind Spanish and English speakers. And given the steady increase of Chinese speakers in the U.S. over the past decades– the number now is more than four times greater than that of 1980– it’s safe to assume that Chinese will remain immensely prevalent in the decades to come. The highest concentrations of Chinese speakers, whether speaking Mandarin or Cantonese, can be found in major cities such as New York City, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, though large populations can also be found in cities such as Chicago and Washington D.C.
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