Lien Ta

founder of LA restaurants Here’s Looking at You and All Day Baby

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Lien Ta, founder of LA restaurants Here’s Looking at You and All Day Baby, reflects on why business trouble caused by COVID shutdowns helped her to discover an interest in politics.

Lien Ta: How almost losing my restaurants pushed me to care about politics

Lien Ta, founder of LA restaurants Here’s Looking at You and All Day Baby, reflects on why business trouble caused by COVID shutdowns helped her to discover an interest in politics.

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