Chinese Americans for Trump group gathering in Hinsdale, IL

Trump support among Chinese American voters

By Jingzhe (Kelly) Wang

One month before the presidential election, more than 50 Chinese Americans gathered in one of Chicago’s western suburbs to show their support for the Republican candidate for President. Medill’s Kelly Wang takes us to Hinsdale to see how this minority group makes its voice heard.

More than 50 Chinese Americans gathered at Katherine Legge Memorial Park in Hinsdale, IL one month before the 2016 presidential election. (Jingzhe (Kelly) Wang/MEDILL)

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