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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Matthew Yu
About 30,000 Chinese New Yorkers per week board discount buses that take them from Chinatown to casinos outside the city — buses like the one that crashed last weekend on a return trip from a Connecticut casino, killing 15 passengers.
"One stupid thing happens, and the whole world stops," he said.
"People are scared," said Mr. Yu, holding his head in his hands as he sat in his tiny, windowless office up two flights of stairs from Canal Street, Chinatown's main drag.