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Entertainment Anchor Julie Chang, Two Different Cultures

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Midday Sunday's guest is our own, FOX 11 Entertainment Anchor Julie Chang.

Born in Korea but raised in the United States, Julie represents southern California's fastest growing ethnic community.

On the program, Julie talks about growing up in the U.S. and adapting to two, sometimes very different cultures.  She also reminisces about her career growth, leading up to her arrival in Los Angeles.  Julie also updates us on the status of her recent brain surgery and the sometimes challenging recovery process.

In addition to her blogs her, Julie's website is at www.trulyjuliechang.com.

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