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Asian population in ireland
Registered in Ireland: Half white, half Asian Dubliner Dean Van Nguyen speaks to other mixed-race Irish people in their twenties and thirties about growing up in a primarily white culture, being subjected to racist taunts, and coming to terms with their own sense of self. Who am I? When it comes to self-concept, there are some obvious factors that we know from an early age just by examining our circumstances.
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Non-Chinese Asians are the fastest growing ethnic group in Ireland – CSO
Half-white, half-Asian, but no less Irish
The Republic of Ireland had a population of 4,, at the census. The island of Ireland , throughout most of its history, had a small population, comparable to that of other regions of similar area in Europe. In the 18th and early 19th centuries, Ireland experienced a major population boom as a result of the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions. In the year period , the population of the island doubled from 4 million to 8 million.
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South Asian people in Ireland
South Asian people in Ireland are residents or citizens of Ireland who are of South Asian background or ancestry. There has been an important and well-established community of people of South Asian descent in Ireland for many decades. Non-Chinese Asian people the category which mainly includes South Asian people were reported to be the fastest growing ethnic group in Ireland in the census.
Ireland is becoming more diverse, with the bulk of population growth over the last decade made up of ethnic groups other than 'white Irish'. An analysis of census data from and reveals that while the number of people who classified themselves as 'white Irish' rose by almost , over the decade, those who referred to themselves as belonging to other ethnic groups increased by more than , It also reveals that Clara, in Co Offaly, is the town where the largest bulk of the population refers to themselves as 'white Irish'.