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Congressional Gold Medal for WWII Chinese American Veterans Initiative

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Although the Chinese American community has always strived to be good citizens, history has shown that they have not been treated fairly and need to let their Congressional leaders know that their service to our country needs to be recognized. Like many minorities, Chinese Americans overcame discrimination to serve their country bravely and honorably and we need to encourage the Congress to act favorably on this proposal to commemorate the service of these Chinese American veterans. 

 

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Shanghai now lays claim to the world’s biggest Starbucks! The new Starbucks Reserve Roastery Shanghai offers the “first fully immersive coffee experience in Asia,” meaning it boasts an 88-ft long co ee bar, an in-house bakery and a two-storey roasting cask. The 30,000 square feet shop is twice as big as the average Starbucks and twice as big as the Seattle flagship roastery in Seattle. Items on the menu can be viewed on an app with details of each item. Not in Shanghai? You can visit the store virtually from Tmall, all compliments of Alibaba. Starbucks trivia: there is a Starbucks opening in China every 15 hours. By 2020, there will be 5,000 shops in the country. ♦

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