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    Yin &Yang Press

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        You're all over the internet & up to the minute.  I   like your Gangnam Style of writing Chinese American History so it's not dull. Yeah, add some PSY zing to it.     TOM...93 year old guy

Not only are you a gifted raconteur, but you also tell stories that connect communities, and tell you something about humanity.  There's something about you that allows the Chinese American story to be universal.  I can relate, empathize, sympathize, and identify with what you say. Lana Garland, Executive Producer, The Clothesline Muse Insibah Films, Inc.

 Some Local Sites for Yin and Yang Press Books 

(Limited Quantity At These Sites...Call first to be sure the titles you want are in stock)

Asian American Curriculum Project http://www.asianamericanbooks.com/

529 E 3rd Ave. San Mateo, CA 94401  (650) 375-8286

Chinese Historical Society of New England  http://www.chsne.org/index.html

2 Boylston Square Boston, MA 02116 (617) 338-4339

Chinese Historical Society of Southern California http://chssc.org/

415 Bernard St.  Los Angeles, CA 90012 (323) 222-0856

Chinese Historical Society of America http://chsa.org/

965 Clay St. San Francisco, CA 94108  (415) 391-1188

Chinese American Museum of Chicago http://www.ccamuseum.org/

238 W. 23rd St. Chicago, IL 60616

Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) http://www.mocanyc.org/

215 Centre Street New York, N.Y. 10013

Eastwind Books of Berkeley  http://www.asiabookcenter.com/index.html

2066 University Ave.  Berkeley, CA. 94720  (510) 548-2350