From the Daily News:
City demographers who went digging through 2010 Census data have made some surprising discoveries about the nation's most diverse borough.
The number of Ecuadorians in Queens jumped by more than 19% in the last decade, while the Colombian population declined - revealing nuances about the Latino community in the borough.
And while the booming Chinese population has received much attention, the most dramatic increase among Asians was among Filipinos, whose ranks have grown 25% since the 2000 Census.
Half of the city's Asian population lives in Queens, with 39% identified as Chinese, 23% Indian and 13% Korean.
The borough's Hispanic population is divided almost evenly among groups: Puerto Rican, 17%; Ecuadorian, 16%; Mexican, 15%; Dominican, 14% and Colombian, 12%.