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Volunteers remove trash and paint over graffiti in Chinatown

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                                Cy Feng, of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, painted over graffiti Saturday on the wall of a Chinatown business.
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Cy Feng, of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, painted over graffiti Saturday on the wall of a Chinatown business.

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                                Wesley Fong, former president of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, said he wants to make Chinatown “safe and secure” for residents and tourists. Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm and Honolulu Police Department Chief Joe Logan were also at the second annual “Chinatown Cleanup.”
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MARK LADAO / MLADAO@STARADVERTISER.COM

Wesley Fong, former president of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, said he wants to make Chinatown “safe and secure” for residents and tourists. Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm and Honolulu Police Department Chief Joe Logan were also at the second annual “Chinatown Cleanup.”

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                                Mayor Rick Blangiardi was among the public officials who participated in Saturday’s “Chinatown Cleanup” along with about 100 city employees. Blangiardi spoke to the media about the effort.
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MARK LADAO / MLADAO@STARADVERTISER.COM

Mayor Rick Blangiardi was among the public officials who participated in Saturday’s “Chinatown Cleanup” along with about 100 city employees. Blangiardi spoke to the media about the effort.

MARK LADAO / MLADAO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Cy Feng, of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, painted over graffiti Saturday on the wall of a Chinatown business.
MARK LADAO / MLADAO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Wesley Fong, former president of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, said he wants to make Chinatown “safe and secure” for residents and tourists. Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm and Honolulu Police Department Chief Joe Logan were also at the second annual “Chinatown Cleanup.”
MARK LADAO / MLADAO@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Mayor Rick Blangiardi was among the public officials who participated in Saturday’s “Chinatown Cleanup” along with about 100 city employees. Blangiardi spoke to the media about the effort.