The perserverance and achievements of Sydney's Chinese community are being celebrated in a new exhibition at the Museum of Sydney. In the first of a series from "Celestial City - Sydney's Chinese Story," we tell the story of 19th century 'celebrity entrepreneur' Quong Tart.
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