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Joan Vennochi

Lost legacy in the name game

By Joan Vennochi
Globe Columnist / December 3, 2006

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ONCE, ONE man's name was big enough to hold up a building in Boston. The name belonged to An Wang, who supported more than mere bricks and mortar. The Wang Center for the Performing Arts symbolized generosity, vision, and commitment to arts, community, and the Wang family legacy. (Full article: 737 words)

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