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Chinese and South Koreans reconsider the American dream

Trump is giving people second thoughts about their relocation plans

Asian students walk on the campus of the University of Southern California, in Los Angeles. USC hosts one of the largest international student bodies of any university in the U.S. (Photo by Hiroyuki Nishimura)

BEIJING/SEOUL Helen Su and her husband wanted to move to the U.S. Now, they're not so sure.

Su, who is Chinese, studied political science while in college in Nashville, Tennessee. After graduating, she spent time living in New York, London and then Japan. She said she liked the diversity and inclusiveness of American society, and after her mother moved to the U.S., Su and her husband decided to enter the American immigration visa lottery.

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