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In Chinatown, Tony Young was an elder statesman. To the FBI, he was the boss of a notorious gang
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As he did many afternoons, he was heading to play mah-jongg at the Hop Sing Tong, the year-old Chinatown social club. The friend declined, and Young headed west on the 10 Freeway from Alhambra to downtown Los Angeles on his own. He had barely settled in at a table when a man barged in with a knife, slashing one of the mah-jongg players across the neck, then turning on Young, stabbing him seven times. The Jan.
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The middle-aged man had fled Cambodia to save his family from the genocidal Khmer Rouge. Now, as he stalked furiously back and forth across the grimy patio behind a cramped bungalow in the Little Phnom Penh section of Long Beach, he saw a very different threat materializing -- within his own family. His year-old son, gang-named Flipper, and another homeboy, Slicc, 18, were bragging to a stranger about a shoot-out.
For some of these, the trauma of involuntary migration and the subsequent necessity to negotiate Vietnamese and American identities did not lead to enriching new experiences or cultural formations. Boom editorial board member Bidhan Chandra Roy sat down with Tin over three meetings to discuss his childhood experiences of fleeing Vietnam as a child in the s, his role in establishing a new wave of Vietnamese street gangs in Southern California in the s, and his hard-fought transformation into the man he is today. Since recording equipment is not allowed in the prison during the interview, Tin wrote up his responses to the questions following the three meetings. Boom : Can you tell us about your experiences traveling from Vietnam to California as a child in the s?
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