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China Daily (Hong Kong) - - PAGE TWO -

Most am­a­teur cy­clists ride for en­joy­ment, but Wang Zheng­wei also aims to save lives. Last month, the 45-year-old spent 16 days rid­ing 1,500 kilo­me­ters from Gansu prov­ince to Bei­jing be­fore com­pet­ing in the China Trans­plant Games. His sports­wear and flags bore huge lo­gos pro­mot­ing or­gan do­na­tion, to draw at­ten­tion to the cause that has saved thou­sands of lives, in­clud­ing his own. Di­ag­nosed with liver cancer in 2008, Wang re­ceived a trans­plant af­ter wait­ing in hos­pi­tal for three months.

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626 Night Mar­ket is billed as the largest such mar­ket in the United States. Lo­cated at Santa Anita Park in Los An­ge­les, it of­fers South­ern Cal­i­for­ni­ans a great place to go dur­ing sum­mer nights. “626” is the area code of San Gabriel Val­ley in Los An­ge­les, a re­gion with a large Asian pop­u­la­tion, es­pe­cially Chi­nese. In five years, the mar­ket has

Big Los An­ge­les night mar­ket of­fers Asian cui­sine

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