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For the Museum of Chinese in America, this year has been one disaster after another.

In January, a fire ripped through the upper floors of the Chinatown building that held the museum’s archives, endangering roughly 85,000 artifacts.

Then the coronavirus pandemic, which had prompted a surge in anti-Asian harassment, also shut the museum down for months.

But in late September, Nancy Yao Maasbach, the museum’s president, got a call with some good news.

The amount, the museum learned this week, is $3 million, which represents more than an entire year’s budget for the small institution.

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