How Asian Americans break through the ''bamboo ceiling''
''American life is not easy,'' says Terri Grover, who immigrated from Taiwan in 1969. She now owns a one-room tailor shop located above a shoe store in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. ''Whatever I want I know I will get it because I am working.'' Her advice for her sons, now in the workforce themselves, is simple: ''If you have ideas. Speak up.''
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