CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 1999 |
It's Friday evening and Anaheim's West Katella Avenue is coming alive with an ethnic hum. Under a gaily painted sign, members of Southern California's last great European immigrant wave are preparing to dance and tell jokes in their native tongue at Dutch Club Avio. A few doors down, nuns who shave their heads and don gray tunics as reminders of their faith are putting the finishing touches on landscaping at Orange County's only Chinese Buddhist temple.