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Linda Phan (L) and Soanz Nzuyen ate yesterday at Hau Giang, a Vietnamese and Chinese restaurant on Dorchester Avenue.

Vietnamese see role lost in translation

Some fear culture may suffer in Dorchester Ave. changes

By Lisa Wangsness and Cristina Silva
Globe Staff And Globe Correspondent / June 29, 2005

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Minh Tran's family has owned the My Xuyen Gift Shop in Fields Corner for 20 years. In that time, he has seen his stretch of Dorchester Avenue grow from a run-down street to a bustling commercial center, offering the latest wedding dresses from Saigon and steaming bowls of Pho Ga. (Full article: 1183 words)

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