Doughnut shop owner reflects on childhood in Japanese internment camp
Wednesday, November 29th 2023, 1:10:00 am
Jim Nakano was sent with his mother to a Japanese internment camp when he was just 2 years old. In 1972, he opened The Donut Man, which has become a beloved staple of his Southern California community. Adam Yamaguchi has the story.
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