Asian Gangs in North America
The on-going problem with violent crimes committed by Asian gangs in North America has escalated over the past decade. When people hear of the term Asian gang, most people associate it to organized crime, which isn't completely correct. When using the term Asian, this includes many ethnic groups such as Korean, Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese to just name a few. According to "Asian Gangs: A Bibliography" by Bihn P. Le (1999), Asian gangs are a relatively new phenomenon in which members do not respect the law, the lives of their victims, or even their own lives while terrorizing the Asian-American communities. As the immigration trends continue, the problems with Asian gangs can only get worse.
Chinese crime syndicates trace back to the 17th Century where the Triads were responsible for resistance groups in China (Kaihla, 1991). …
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