Hear from a panel of alumni, including Richard Mar (Moderator), Phillip Chan, Paul Chan, Wing Soo Hoo, and William Lee, as they share their personal experiences and memories of what it meant to grow up at the Chung Mei Home for Chinese Boys and how it has shaped their lives today. Tom Panas, past President of the El Cerrito Historical Society, shares rich photos and the history of the orphanage, which is now an historic building.
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