Chinatown, part 2

Yesterday’s New York Times reported that the Clinton campaign returned $7,000 of the $380,000 in Chinatown money that we noted yesterday. Sweetness and Light comments here; Hot AIr comments here.
In an update Hot Air links to the New York Post story revealing the source of the dirty money contributed by one straw donor:

Hsiao Yen Wang, a cook in Chinatown, is listed as giving Clinton $1,000 on April 13. Contacted yesterday, she told The Post she had written a check.
But it was on behalf of a man named David Guo, president of the Fujian American Cuisine Council, and Wang told The Post that Guo had repaid her for the $1,000 contribution.

Where do David Guo and the Fujian American Cuisine Council get their money? And why is it so important to them to fund Ms. Hillary’s campaign?
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