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Kai Ma

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Managing Editor of the Asian-American Writers Workshop, a literary arts organization headquartered in New York; native Angeleno and former editor-in-chief of KoreAm, an Los Angeles-based publication for the Korean-American community

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Koreatown was officially designated an LA neighborhood in 1978.  It's five square miles just west of downtown, between Beverly and Olympic on the North and South and, roughly, between…

Koreatown

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