Race, ethnicity and nativity and the prestige of colleges attended - PubMed (nih.gov)
Across all model specifications Chinese Americans tend to enroll and graduate from more prestigious colleges than Whites and most other racial/ethnic-nativity groups in the analysis. In contrast, economic disadvantage accounts for Mexican Americans' enrollment at less prestigious colleges than Whites. These findings suggest the important role of college prestige in stratification, especially for specific Asian American populations.
For Asians, Attending a Top School Is Worth the Struggle - The Atlantic
The University of Michigan researchers compared East Asians and European Americans on the assumption that cultural contexts play a huge role, and their analyses confirmed that speculation: The former were far more likely to prefer being a small frog in a big pond than the latter.
In fact, they found that the East Asians they surveyed were greatly influenced by self-promotional tendencies—it was just a different species of self-promotion: the pursuit of prestige.
They’re also what she described as “face” cultures. In such cultures, “it’s not only important for you to know that you are doing well, it’s also really important for other people—a stranger on the street, a relative, an employer who takes five minutes to glance through your resume—to evaluate you and think of you as this person who’s coming from a really good place. … Your evaluation is predicated on what other people think of you.”
天挂嘴边. 还有白人朋友他孩子SAT1450 想去H因为爹是H毕业的，孩子很努力还是没够着.
拿的资源可能更多. 就类似招人一样，一般的公司（不是大厂start up）钱多活轻松的事会给谁？
And wrote a random article. Doesn't mean anything. There is no proof that the data is statistically representative