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Malaysia, China, Chicago: A Surgeon’s Vision Brings a Chinatown Museum to Life

August 17, 2015

The Chicago Community Trust Staff

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Dr. Kim K. Tee, one of the six founders of theChinese American Museum of Chicago, came from modest beginnings. One of 13 children born to Chinese refugees who fled to Malaysia, Dr. Tee credits education, working hard—and most importantly, luck. As someone who has donated his time in a variety of ways, the orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon has helped create a legacy for the Chinese community in Chicago and supported causes around the world, too.

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Chinese-American cookbook gathers recipes from Chicago families

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\"Have You Eaten Yet?\" is the apt title of a new community cookbook published by the Chinese-American Museum of Chicago.

\"Food is very essential in the culture,\" says Anita Luk, the museum\'s executive director. \"When we gather together we eat. When we see each other, one of the regular greetings is, \'Have you eaten yet?\' It is a way of saying hello.\"

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Installation of the Guardian Lions

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China Overseas Chinese Museum Chinese lions gifts

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