Question: How many people of Chinese descent live in the UK?

According to the last census, there are 433,150 ethnic Chinese in Britain, 0.7 per cent of the population, around 40 per cent of whom were born in mainland China.

How many people of Chinese descent are there in the UK?

433,150 Chinese people World Directory of Minorities and Indigenous Peoples - United Kingdom : Chinese. There were 433,150 Chinese people (0.7 per cent of the total UK population) recorded in the 2011 census. According to official data, Chinese now make up the largest group of immigrants from any country into the UK.

Which UK city has the highest Chinese population?

Manchester Manchester was home to the largest Chinese population, with 3.4% of all Chinese people living there. This was followed by Birmingham (3.2%) and Barnet, Tower Hamlets and Southwark (all at 2.1%).

Which British city has the most Asians?

Leicester. Leicester enjoys the highest ethnic minority population in the whole of the UK, at almost 30%.

How much of London is black?

44% London is now home to more than 8.6 million people, the highest the citys population has been since 1939. Whats more, 44% of London now consists of black and ethnic minorities, compared to only 28.9% in 2001. Thats according to the Greater London Authority, which serves the London mayors office [via the BBC].

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