Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage

A News4 Special Report

Saturday, May 18, 2013  |  Updated 8:38 PM EDT
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Angie Goff looks into a harrowing tale of family's escape from North Korea in News4's special report on Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage.

Angie Goff looks into a harrowing tale of family's escape from North Korea in News4's special report on Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage.

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In a special report, News4 is exploring the heritage, culture and everyday lives of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders residing in the D.C. area.

Take a moment to explore several different stories of Asian Americans, including that of a family escaping North Korea, the hurdles many have to go through to emigrate to the United States and how one Korean family is keeping its culture alive at a Dupont Circle restaurant.

 

 

Chocolatier sisters explore success, Asian heritage in downtown D.C.

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Angie Goff looks into a harrowing tale of family's escape from North Korea

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Eun Yang explores the Smithsonian's collection of Asian American art

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Family keeps Korean authenticity at Dupont Circle restaurant

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Richard On of OAR on his Asian heritage

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Immigration process hurdles

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