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Millenium Fine Jewelry
818 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Located in the Broadway Jewelry Mart, in L.A.'s Chinatown Plaza, this store offers a wide array of gems and stones inMore precious metals. The merchandise is very fine quality and there are many styles to choose from. The staff is very polite and helpful.
Elite Hair Stylists
625 W College St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
A full service salon in the heart of L.A.'s Chinatown.  A few of its services include hair cuts, coloring, up-dosMore for special events and perms.  It also has stylists who specialize in working with children.  The staff is very polite and friendly and will try to accommodate every request.
CAMAU Association of America
750 Yale St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
CAMAU, also known as the Chinatown Family Association, works to serve the political and social support of newcomers toMore this country. The organization represents a united voice to prevent discrimination in the legislative process. The association also works to help businesses in the community. 
Center for the Psychology of Women
2148 1/2 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Center for the Psychology of Women is a comprehensive mental health facility located in Echo Park that endeavors toMore treat and educate women on the social, historical and political effects that play a crucial role on everyday life. The center specializes in depression, anxiety, eating disorders, abuse, addiction, trauma, parenting, relationships, grief and more. For additional information or to schedule an appointment, call the listed number or visit the web address provided.
Hoy Ping Benevolent Association of Southern California
411 Bamboo Ln, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Family associations are organized according to family surnames. These social clubs, or lodges, were first set up inMore Chinatown to serve the social and personal needs of Chinese workers. The success and survival of early Chinatown depended a great deal on the family benevolent associations, which served as political and social support systems to newcomers. The members strove to meet the basic needs of the community and represented a united voice in the fight against discriminatory legislation processes.