Crossing East Day to Day previews Crossing East -- eight one-hour documentaries on the history of Asian-American immigration from the nation's beginnings up to the post-Sept. 11 era. Crossing East is the first comprehensive series on Asian-American history, and will be heard beginning May 2006 on most NPR stations.

Cambodian Refugee Faces Return Home

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Crossing East: Hawaiians in the Pacific Northwest

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Crossing East: Proud to Speak Pidgin, Brah

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Crossing East: Surviving Pol Pot, with Music

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Crossing East: The Legacy of Ing 'Doc' Hay

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