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The main cast of Kim's Convenience (from left): Simu Liu (Jung), Jean Yoon (Umma), Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (Appa), Andrea Bang (Janet), Andrew Phung (Kimchi), Nicole Power (Shannon Ross). Season 3 debuted on the CBC on Tuesday. Canadian Broadcasting Corp. hide caption

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'Kim's Convenience' Is A Sitcom About Asian Immigrants — With Depth

The Canadian television show, which centers on a Korean immigrant family in Toronto, is the country's first to have an all-Asian lead cast. Season 3 debuted Tuesday on the CBC.

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Lawyer Patricia Ortiz meets with Rosa, an immigrant from El Salvador, at the Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project offices in Los Angeles to discuss her asylum case. David Wagner/KPCC hide caption

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Asylum-Seekers In California Wait For Their Day In Immigration Court

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The main cast of Kim's Convenience (from left): Simu Liu (Jung), Jean Yoon (Umma), Paul Sun-Hyung Lee (Appa), Andrea Bang (Janet), Andrew Phung (Kimchi), Nicole Power (Shannon Ross). Season 3 debuted on the CBC on Tuesday. Canadian Broadcasting Corp. hide caption

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'Kim's Convenience' Is A Sitcom About Asian Immigrants — With Depth

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Divyne Apollon II with his father, Divyne Apollon Sr., and his sisters, Deja and Devinity. Divyne, 13, plays defense for the Metro Maple Leafs based in Odenton, Md. Courtesy of Divyne Apollon Sr. hide caption

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Team Rallies Around Black Hockey Player After He Receives Racist Taunts

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FACT CHECK: Trump's Oval Office Pitch For A Border Wall

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A section of the reinforced U.S.-Mexico border fence in the Otay Mesa area, San Diego County, is seen from Tijuana in Mexico. President Trump says he may declare a national emergency to bypass Congress and build a border wall. Guillermo Arias/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Yes, The President Can Declare A 'National Emergency' To Build A Wall

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Jacinda, whose husband is a TSA officer in Portland, Ore., working during the shutdown without pay, with her two young children. Her family is worried about how they will pay their rent, electric bill and cellphone bill. Courtesy of Jacinda hide caption

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'I'm Scared': TSA Families Fear Falling Behind On Bills, Losing Their Homes

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