Writer, director, and actor Chris Soriano put together his new boxing film “Zeus” in response to the recent rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans. Now the movie packs an even bigger punch as boxing legend Manny Pacquiao joined the project as executive producer. Kristin Smith has the story.

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