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Asian-American women forge new paths as entrepreneurs

Daughters of immigrant families in US ready to embrace riskier career options

Chriselle Lim is a co-founder of CINC Studios, which has produced digital content for luxury fashion and beauty brands. (Courtesy of CINC Studios)

NEW YORK -- When Tracy Chang told her family that she wanted to open a restaurant instead of becoming a doctor, they thought she was joking.

But Chang pursued her goal with determination, following in the footsteps of her grandmother, who ran a Japanese restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts, after emigrating from Taiwan in the 1980s.

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