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The women would do this thing where they would come out in a long Chinese robe , looking very gorgeous and traditional, looking like the stereotypical image of a beautiful Chinese woman. Clearly, he still had it. Dorothy Toy, born Dorothy Takahashi, was dancing en pointe by age 12, as she is in this picture. They would go out of curiosity, and they would discover that Chinese women were great singers and dancers and not the tiny, little singsong dolls as they had been brought up to think.

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And he died a year later, but he did get to dance in Lincoln Center one last time. But the food was Chinese and American. Dorothy Toy, born Dorothy Takahashi, was dancing en pointe by age 12, as she is in this picture.

I wish I had those photos. They were absolutely not conservative. They were older, too, but maybe not as old as the Japanese women. She had us go over there every weekend and learn baton twirling, and then we competed, then we marched in parades. March 10th, at 5: I feel fortunate to have known him. By the time the dust had cleared, I had interviewed 22 people, retired entertainers, or their sons, daughters, or kid brothers or sisters, in the cases where they had passed away. Jadin Wong, whom I mentioned before, the queen of the clubs, when she retired from performing, she went to New York and opened the first and perhaps the only agency for Asian American entertainers, and she did that for the rest of her life.