The backbreaking struggle of the Northwest's first Chinese comes to light.

The backbreaking struggle of the Northwest's first Chinese comes to light.

In 1944, flag-waving Chinese-American children joined the crowd for China Day in Seattle's Victory Square at University Street between Fourth and Fifth avenues. During World War II, the square was the city's focalpoint for patriotic ceremonies, bond

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