A view of lower Rowland Heights from the hills
Pendersleigh & Sons Cartography's map of Rowland Heights -- made without aesthetic consideration for my eyes only
Eric: How is your Asian Pacific American Heritage Month going?
Kent Lambert: It's going swimmingly, thank you.
Eric: Have you done anything to honor or celebrate APA Month?
KL: I consider this interview the official kick-off to my APA Month festivities. Next week I just might whip up an old-fashioned Japanese meal of miso soup with brown rice and "tofu steaks," and I'll be posting some labels of old Enka 45s I swiped from my mom to Collector Not Completist. Perhaps some bi bim bop and bánh mì before the month is through. Sake and/or sh?ch?.
In recognition of you, the blog readers' votes, and in recognition of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, I headed to Koreatown for answers. While Palisades Park, New Jersey has the highest concentration of Korean-Americans in the United States and Georgia is home to the fastest-growing Korean-American population (in the US), Los Angeles is home to the largest population of Koreans and our Koreatown destroys the competition.
THE LITTLE BANG
The Heart of Little Bangladesh
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Pendersleigh & Sons' Official Map of Midtown