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Concurring with the recent increase in official accounts on weibo, the Alhambra Police Department...
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The Vancouver Sun reports the death last month of Charlie Sang Now Quan, who spent his 90s campaigning against two discriminatory immigration policies of the early 20th Century: the $500 head tax he paid on his arrival in Canada...
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