The Huynh family celebrate Emily Huynh’s 18th birthday. Pictured are Cindy Chen (left), Emily Huynh, Minh Huynh and Brandon Huynh. (Courtesy of the Huynhs)

The Huynh family celebrate Emily Huynh’s 18th birthday. Pictured are Cindy Chen (left), Emily Huynh, Minh Huynh and Brandon Huynh. (Courtesy of the Huynhs)

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