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It's the Summer of '73 and I'm spending the Summer in Chinatown. More specifically, here: The Ping Yuen Housing Projects are located in San Francisco’s Chinatown. There are separate buildings, all called Ping Yuen, running up along Pacific Avenue. They opened in the 1950’s to replace the deteriorated slum buildings… Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

This is the definitive comparison of these two cities. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

I introduced Chin Chan in a previous detective story. Chin Chan, is the number one grandson of Charlie Chan, the controversial Master Sleuth from the last century. This short book comes in just three chapters for content's sake. I hope you find it entertaining. Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

Wei, a poor, young girl finds a locket. She keeps it all of her life and it sustains her through the death of her mother and grandfather and the ill treatment of her husband. Her daughters do not realize the value of the portrait inside. Read More

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The Vampire world House

What if you woke up one day, and found out vampires were not only real but moving into your neighborhood? You'd kill the bastards, which is what our hero learns to do. On the way he falls in love with his vampire hunting dream girl, and together they must stop… Read More

Script / Humor

February 04, 2016

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The The City House

The Service follows a young entrepreneur, who has a rather unusual and risky business model. Joel, his assortment of friends, and business associates, all walk a very thin line between legal and unlawful. However, his business model is sound, and policy or regulatory concerns are not going to get in… Read More

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