After a failed career at home in the U.S., the Chinese-American rapper Jin found an unexpected second chance at stardom on the other side of the world. Louis Trinh/Courtesy of artist hide caption

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Jin, 'The Chinese Kid Who Raps,' Grows Up
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Asian-American Rapper Jin Makes Hip-Hop History
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