Uncovering the Chinese Roots of American History

This fall through next spring, the New York Historical Society is presenting Chinese American Exclusion/Inclusion, a major exhibition exploring the Chinese American experience since the earliest trade relations between the US and China up to the present. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson has the story.

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