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Grant Din is the Community Relations Director at AIISF, where he is working on research and educational projects. He has over 25 years experience in the nonprofit sector, including 18 years at Asian Neighborhood Design in San Francisco in resource development and management positions. An avid family history researcher and genealogist for over twenty years, Grant has traced his grandparents' and other relatives' lives including their stays at Angel Island. He loves to help others learn more about their family histories and always seeks to learn new ways to find information. He and fellow researchers are developing a Chinese American Genealogical Society.
William Wong was born and grew up in Oakland, California’s Chinatown, the youngest child and only son of seven children of Gee Seow Hong and Gee Suey Ting. His parents ran The Great China restaurant in the heart of Chinatown from 1943 to 1961. He attended Oakland public schools and the University of California at Berkeley before becoming a journalist for mainstream newspapers.
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