L.A.'s Toy Town, an Immigrant Success Story Fifteen years ago, Charlie Woo, an immigrant from Hong Kong, opened the first store in the section of downtown Los Angeles known as Toy Town. In the first report of a weekly series on immigrant entrepreneurs, NPR's Laura Sydell looks at how the Hong Kong immigrant helped create a thriving business district.
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L.A.'s Toy Town, an Immigrant Success Story

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L.A.'s Toy Town, an Immigrant Success Story

L.A.'s Toy Town, an Immigrant Success Story

L.A.'s Toy Town, an Immigrant Success Story

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Fifteen years ago, Charlie Woo, an immigrant from Hong Kong, opened the first store in the section of downtown Los Angeles known as Toy Town. In the first report of a weekly series on immigrant entrepreneurs, NPR's Laura Sydell looks at how the Hong Kong immigrant helped create a thriving business district.