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Lisa See Celebrates Los Angeles Chinatowni
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Mike O'Sullivan
November 19, 2012 5:25 PM
The author Lisa See has written about the Chinese American experience in best-selling novels like Shanghai Girls and Dreams of Joy. See's family has deep roots in Los Angeles, and her recent books have been partly set in the city's Chinatown. VOA's Mike O'Sullivan went along with the writer on a tour of the area.

Lisa See Celebrates Los Angeles Chinatown

Mike O'Sullivan

Published November 19, 2012

The author Lisa See has written about the Chinese American experience in best-selling novels like Shanghai Girls and Dreams of Joy. See's family has deep roots in Los Angeles, and her recent books have been partly set in the city's Chinatown. VOA's Mike O'Sullivan went along with the writer on a tour of the area.


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