The Chinese Community newspaper, started publication in the early 1980s and was the first Chinese newspaper to be published
in Southern California. The collection consists of a weekly Chinese language newspaper that chronicles Southern California's
suburban Chinese Community.
The Chinese Community newspaper started publication in the early 1980s and was the first Chinese newspaper to be published
in Southern California. The paper provided a forum for social, political, and cultural news as well as a place for unknown
and/or up and coming writers to publish short stories and poems.
5.6 linear ft.
(14 flat boxes)
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