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As two-thirds of the acclaimed folk trio Yellow Pearl, Nobuko Miyamoto and Charlie Chin (along with Chris Iijima) are credited with composing the soundtrack of the Asian American movement. The trio came together at an Asian American college conference in 1970.<ref>Hyphen APA Heritage Month Profiles: Nobuko Miyamoto and Charlie Chin http://hyphenmagazine.com/blog/2011/5/6/hyphen-apa-heritage-month-profiles-nobuko-miyamoto-and-charlie-chin</ref>
* [http://hyphenmagazine.com/blog/2011/5/6/hyphen-apa-heritage-month-profiles-nobuko-miyamoto-and-charlie-chin Hyphen APA Heritage Month Profiles: Nobuko Miyamoto and Charlie Chin]
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Revision as of 04:41, 10 March 2018

As two-thirds of the acclaimed folk trio Yellow Pearl, Nobuko Miyamoto and Charlie Chin (along with Chris Iijima) are credited with composing the soundtrack of the Asian American movement. The trio came together at an Asian American college conference in 1970.<ref>Hyphen APA Heritage Month Profiles: Nobuko Miyamoto and Charlie Chin http://hyphenmagazine.com/blog/2011/5/6/hyphen-apa-heritage-month-profiles-nobuko-miyamoto-and-charlie-chin</ref>


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