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When a writer finds four Chinese Nationalist medals laid out carefully on a Las Vegas street, he embarks on a search to find their owner.

A Downtown curb, a silent home and the unsolved mystery of the Chinese medals

July 10th, 2014

When a writer finds four Chinese Nationalist medals laid out carefully on a Las Vegas street, he embarks on a search to find their owner.

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