It's all about CHINA: Cultural programming on the rise in Indianapolis as local Chinese population rises, country opens up

When Dr. Zao C. Xu moved to Indianapolis in 1986, there were only a handful of other Chinese immigrants working at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Now, there are more than 20. Xu's wife works at Eli Lilly and Co. When she started there in the mid-1980s, she was one of about 20 Chinese immigrant employees at the pharmaceutical giant. Today, there are more than 500. "Many people who came from China started working in the East or West...

 

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