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One hospital is offering health insurance plans on the California's exchange specifically for the Chinese community.
February 6, 2014 San Francisco's Chinatown has long had its own hospitals and health care system. Now, one of the hospitals there is offering health insurance plans on California's exchange specifically for the Chinese-American community. It has been very successful where other plans have not.
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Members of the Chinese community in India, gather at the 'city gates' as they perform a dragon dance during the celebration of the Lunar New Year in Chinatown in Kolkata, India, on Feb. 2, 2011.
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October 19, 2013 A recent story about the decline of the Chinatown in Kolkota, India, caught our eye. Sadly, some Chinatowns, such as those in Havana, have seen better days, but others are still thriving.
Sam Li, 52 (center, lime green) has been playing 9-man volleyball for nearly 30 years and keeps up with the younger players.
September 1, 2013 This Labor Day weekend, more than 1,000 athletes have gathered in Washington, D.C., to play a street version of volleyball known as "9-man." The game became popular generations ago in Chinatowns across the U.S. and Canada. Only players of Asian descent are allowed to compete in the national tournament.
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