Don't worry, this will inevitably happen.Well said..! I really hope more Asian talent start flowing back to Asia overtime, what with the blatant racism being meted out in the U.S and some parts of Europe and Australia.
Many US Citizens are so brainwashed by their own Media, they do not even realise how indoctrinated they are. The US is already ideologically set, and China is already an undeclared enemy whether it is mentioned or not.
" An ideological enemy is the most dangerous kind of enemy" because nothing you do or say, even with the best of intentions can sway their mind, since their ideology dictates that any human that does not conform to their ideology is a mortal enemy. Period.
Dr.Michio Kaku once stated that the secret 'superpower' of the united States is the H1B Visa. Many US citizens seem to be forgetting about this. They think it is their God-given right to the best of everything and that it is their right to rule the world. While the US runs amok creating havoc in the world, majority of US Citizens are seeing their living standards go down.
I cannot even believe that with the number of homeless people living in the United States and the amount of Violent crimes being committed daily in many US cities, the US Politicians have the nerve to go about lecturing people on Governance.
I sincerely hope that in the decades to come, more Asians will start returning to their own countries. There will indeed be a painful and rude awakening for a lot of US 'nationalists' down the line.
It will be better for the world at large.
US only really thrives from a lead position and or position of abundance. As the world shifts from industrial ages to the information/automation-AI age, those advantages shrink.
As I said before, the melting pot was a nice ideal to strive for. But to melt the groups together, they needed flame/energy, which was provided by prosperity.
Once Us falls from its position of largess, it will have a hard time regaining that position based on ethnic and political division. The shrinking pie will inherently generate more and more animus, driving away new talent.
This was to some extent the result of small government and globalization. As the rest of the world grows, there will be less and less impetus to migrate based on economic needs.