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Neverland Ranch facing an uncertain future

...making the pilgrimage."I figured it would just be a closed gate, but I still wanted to see it for myself," said James Chen of Seattle, a fan who stopped outside Neverland during a recent road trip with his father.While many Jackson ventures...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/life/people/2014-06-28/neverland-ranch-facing-uncer
China builds presence in professional golf world

...They will become like Yao Ming in basketball, and they will have a very big impact in China for women's golf," said James Chen, who coaches them at Oak Valley Golf Academy in Beaumont, Calif. "These three are the pioneers." The recent success...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/05/05/gol_414556.shtml
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Watching TV With the Red Chinese

Now Playing Synopsis: Three Chinese students in New York City find their preconceptions of life in America permanently shattered in this comedy drama from director Shimon Dotan (Hot House, Diamond Dogs). It's the summer of 1980. Chen (Leonardo Nam), Tzu (James Chen), and Wa (Keong Sim) have just arrived in the country when they move into a crowded apartment building and meet their new neighbor -- a friendly graduate student named Dexter (Ryan O'Nan). Up to this point, Tzu, Wa, and Chen have learned everything they ever knew about life in the U.S. by watching endless hours of television. But shortly after meeting Dexter's sometimes-girlfriend Suzanne (Gillian Jacobs) and starving filmmaker Billy (Michael Esper), the newly arrived trio get a rude awakening in the form of a vicious mugging. Meanwhile, relationships get complicated when Suzanne comes on to Chen, and her ex-boyfriend Zap (Peter Scanavino) turns menacing. Convinced that something ominous looms on the horizon following the assassination of John Lennon, the unnerved trio decide that their only hope for personal safety in the city is to buy a handgun. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Ryan O'Nan, Gillian Jacobs, Leonardo Nam, James Chen, Keong Sim Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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