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Leo Chu: Investor, co-owner of Radisson Crystal Park Casino, partner of Hollywood Park. Producer of Hong Kong '97, a simulcast event of the Hong Kong handover. Born in China. Grew up in Hong Kong. Lived here 20 years. Ann Lau: Filmmaker, just produced a video documentary called "Hong Kong in Transition," which will be shown Tuesday, July 1 at the Museum of Tolerance at 7:30 PM. Born in China. Lived in Hong Kong 13 years. Moved here 35 years ago. Thomas Chan: Attorney specializing in business and intellectual property law; chairman and founder of Chan Law Group. On the advisory board of the U.S. Small Business Administration's Export Small Business Development Center. Born in Hong Kong. Left when 19. Ignatius Ding: Board member and director of communications for the Silicon Valley for Democracy in China, a human rights activist group. Active in other human rights groups; professional computer scientist at Hewlett Packard. Born in China, lived briefly in Taiwan, came to US 30 years ago. Li Pei Wu: Founder, Taiwanese American Citizens League. Chairman, President and CEO of General Bank. Organizing a rally Saturday, called "Say No to China," timed to coincide with the Hong Kong handover. Born in Taiwan, American citizen, been here since 1968.

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Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Frances Anderton

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