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Toubee Yang is a Stockton citizen who traveled over the ocean from his birthplace to find a new home and culture that he now embraces. His life is memorable partly because of the experiences he has had traveling and learning about the culture of the United States. His story is about a family broken in the aftermath of the Vietnam War, of a child growing up in a nation that did not readily respect his heritage, and also as a refugee in a totally foreign environment…
Oral History, Stockton - CA, California, Hmong American, History
Gelber, Andrew. "Lo Family: Toubee Yang (Middle)". (2005). STOCKTONSpeaks! Hmong American Stories. Oral History 5.
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