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Kuei Ching Chen immigrated to California from Taiwan in the 1970s. As her children grew up and started their own families, she eagerly became a grandmother.

Honoring COVID lives lost: Kuei Ching Chen, a grandma who taught her grandson Mandarin abroad

Kuei Ching Chen immigrated to California from Taiwan in the 1970s. As her children grew up and started their own families, she eagerly became a grandmother.

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