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David Yip on stories in the Chinese community

British actor David Yip is in Montreal working on a co-producion of his play Gold Mountain, a personal story of growing up with a Chinese father and an English mother. It's wasn't an easy story to tell: his father was an opium smoker, and dealer. He says

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