Chinese Family, American Story

In the New York Historical Society’s Chinese American Exclusion/Inclusion exhibition, the story of the Chin family, presented in the exhibition in the form of a graphic novel, serves as a classic example of the immigrant story. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson spoke with Amy Chin and brings you her story.

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