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Remembering the start of family traditions
Friday, December 28, 2012

The Do family, from left: mother Loan ("Ma"), Anh, Dao, father Yen ("Bo") and Tung pose at a neighborhood park with the car that had been donated to them, just weeks before the birth of daughter Lin, the first Do family member to be a U.S. citizen, in October 1975.

Thirty-seven years ago, her family spent its first holiday season in a cramped apartment in Dallas. As refugees, they didn’t have much, but they had each other. From that first Christmas on, the family learned the meaning of the American Christmas spirit. Read Anh Do’s story from the Los Angeles Times.

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