After reading the article, I'm not saying that this 'takeover' is good or bad. Why don't we look at this in a more positive way. Take London or New York for example. Its not all white folks there you know! In part, its the diversity of the city that makes it tick. It gives character to the city.
In January 2005, a survey of London's ethnic and religious diversity claimed that there were more than 300 languages spoken and more than 50 non-indigenous communities with a population of more than 10,000 in London. Figures from the Office for National Statistics show that, as of 2006, London's foreign-born population is 2,288,000 (31%) (sourse wikipedia) If you go to certain parts of London, they also have their little Greek area (Bayswater), a middle-east part of town and even carribean or african.
Today in New York, 36.7% of the city's population is foreign-born. About 170 languages are spoken in the city. (source wikepedia) The more well known neighbourhoods are of course Chinatown and Little Italy. Even in chinatown, its not just chinese, it includes vietnamese and others.
We already have our own Little India and Chinatown. I'm sure we can accomodate Little Nepal or Cambodiatown. (As long as these people are here legally and do not break laws) Lets have more diversity in KL and move forward to being more cosmopolitan.