Houston’s Asiatown is losing moms and dads to global franchises. This restaurant is fighting.
Six days a week, two cars full of young activists and retirees carry bags full of papers from an Asiatown restaurant, past the tantalizing aromas of simmered pork bone broth, Sichuan mala tang and kimchi soup.
In a matter of hours, voter registration flyers will be hanging from hundreds of doors at apartment complexes in southwest Houston.
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