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Topic - Daniel Dae Kim
Many in the largest Korean enclave in the United States took word of the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il with disbelief, saying it was a day they thought they'd never see. But when their shock wore off, most in Los Angeles's Koreatown shifted to quiet concern for the future of their native country and its neighbor to the north.
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A traditional Hawaiian blessing marked the start of production of the reinvented CBS TV crime series "Hawaii Five-0."