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FriscoSide Wah Ching
also called "Dub C" is an organized crime gang originated in San Francisco during the early 1960s

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  1. 華青, Hanyu Pinyin: Huáqīng, Cantonese: Wa4 ching1

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  2. At the time, Wah Ching was organized into one enormous gang

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  3. Toward the late 1970s, the gang divided into smaller groups known as "sides"

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  4. The different sides were ran by the first generation gang members, Sonny, Ken, Paul, and Peter

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  5. As the time went on, Sonny Side branched into smaller sides such as Alhambra Side and Monterey Park Side

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