MOCA’s Icons and Innovators

At the Museum of Chinese in America’s 18th Annual Legacy Awards Gala, three individuals were honored for their achievements and philanthropic contributions to society, among whom was 104 year old Tyrus Wong, the artist behind Disney’s Bambi. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson has the story.

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