Charles Woo

CEO, Megatoys

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CEO of Megatoys, a toy wholesaler and manufacturer  based in downtown Los Angeles' Toy District; past chair of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

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Chinese all over the world are celebrating the Year of the Ox, which arrives today.  Charlie Woo, CEO of Megatoys in downtown Los Angeles, is past chair of the Chamber of Commerce.

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Chinese all over the world are celebrating the Year of the Ox, which arrives today.  Charlie Woo, CEO of Megatoys in downtown Los Angeles, is past chair of the Chamber of Commerce.

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