Kublai Khan was a nightclub founded by Eddie Pond in the 1940s featuring all-Chinese and sometimes Asian cast members singing and dancing to the popular music of the time. These performers shattered traditional stereotypes of the Chinese American community while demonstrating their participation in mainstream society and popular culture with artistic creativity and dynamic performances. Jadin Wong, Jack Mei Ling, and Frances Chun Kan are just a few of the entertainers that have performed at the Kublai Khan presenting an all-American entertainment package.
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