Melissa Lee, CNBC’s Wall Street reporter, talks about how her grandparents came to America from China. Included in her comments, “They came here, and they started a laundry in Buffalo, New York. I can’t tell you how they chose Buffalo, New York, of all places, but they were one of the few Chinese people in that whole town. And that’s what they did. They started their laundry. They had all of their kids work in that laundry, day-in, day-out. For some time, they slept above the laundry in the building, five kids in one bed. And they just — they made it work. They believed in being here. They believed that by making those sacrifices, their children would have a better life. And to think that just after that, one generation later, that I can be on TV talking about the U.S. stock market, talking about how you can make money, how you can trade stocks and invest, it’s absolutely thrilling to me.” See the complete C-SPAN Q&A interview on tomorrow, April 10 at 8:00 & 11:00 p.m. ET on C-SPAN.