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NBC Bay Area’s Emmy Award-winning documentary series “Bay Area Revelations” returns this weekend with “Asian American Pioneers” (7 p.m. Sunday, Channel 11; Cable 3). The hourlong installment examines how the people of Asia profoundly shaped the modern Bay Area....

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NBC Bay Area’s Emmy Award-winning documentary series “Bay Area Revelations” returns this weekend with “Asian American Pioneers” (7 p.m. Sunday, Channel 11; Cable 3).

The hourlong installment examines how the people of Asia profoundly shaped the modern Bay …

The new episode of “Bay Area Revelations” will also highlight the important contributions that Asian-Americans make to the Bay Area’s political, arts, philanthropic and culinary worlds.

Included in the film are interviews with some of those pioneers, including former Congressman Mike Honda, a survivor of internment camps; Vivek Ranadivé, the first Indian-American to own an NBA team (Sacramento Kings); Dado Banatao, the Filipino tech entrepreneur who helped make personal computers possible; and the An family who opened up the first Vietnamese restaurant in San Francisco.