Of the 4 million people who live in Los Angeles, 40 percent are foreign born.

Jesse Watters set out into several ethnic neighborhoods to meet the locals.

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Little Tokyo

Little Tokyo has been home of the Japanese since the early 20th century. Watters got to know some of its residents, tried acupuncture, and was nearly taken down by this man (pictured above).

Little Ethiopia

Watters explored Little Ethiopia, where waves of Ethiopians emigrated in the 1990s. He even stopped for a bite to eat with one of the locals.


Watters got a massage in Koreatown, where immigration picked up in the 1950s and ‘60s.

Little India

Watters tried out a new look in Little India, which experienced a big influx of immigration in the 1980s.