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Memoirs of a Superfan, Vol. 6.4

If I could hear neurons firing, they must sound like the live musical accompaniment by Jack Tung and Arthur Yeung for SUITE SUITE CHINATOWN. Neurons fired, and patches of grey matter lit up: memories, habits, foods, families – a “mind space” of Chinatown, as Supervisor David Chiu put it in the panel discussion afterwards, moderated by CAAM Board Member Dr. Konrad Ng.

Memoirs of a Superfan, Vol. 6.3

The greatness of a people is best measured by the heights to which it raises its loved ones. By that standard, there is no stronghold of greatness within any country – greatness is shared by all the peoples of the world, because we all share in inspiration and interdependence. We raise each other in stories and example.

Memoirs of a Superfan, Vol. 6.2

Ah, opening night….Rebellious boy feels out of place and defiant his whole life, and is finally reacquainted with long-lost relatives; the devalued, underappreciated history of his people is celebrated and finds an honored place in his heart.