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Los Angeles CNN Chang Lee gripped his fingers tighter around the gun and screamed at potential looters from the rooftop of the small strip mall where he stood. The year-old had never held a firearm before the LA riots. Lighting up the blocks around him, Lee could smell the fires burning in Los Angeles' Koreatown. Story highlights Police left Los Angeles' Koreatown to burn during the riots Some Korean-Americans say riots made them realize importance of political power. Where are the police? Lee would not see law enforcement for three days -- only fellow Korean-Americans, who would be photographed by news agencies looking like armed militia in what appeared to be a guerrilla race war on the streets.
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Koreans began immigrating in larger numbers in the s and found housing in the Mid-Wilshire area. Many opened businesses as they found rent and tolerance toward the growing Korean population. Despite the name evoking a traditional ethnic enclave , the community is complex and has an impact on areas outside the traditional boundaries. While the neighborhood culture was historically oriented to the Korean immigrant population, Korean business owners are creating stronger ties to the Latino community in Koreatown. Two-thirds of the residents were born outside of the United States, a high figure compared to the rest of the city.