Even before COVID-19 forced non-essential businesses across America to shut down, Asian business districts like Chinatown in NYC, were already seeing a decline in revenue because of anti-Asian sentiment. More than a year later, as shops and restaurants begin to reopen, business leaders are hoping their community can rebound. Laura Fong reports on their hopes from the reopening.
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