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Sydney Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Sydney 悉尼

Sydney’s bustling Chinatown, set on Dixon, Hay and Sussex Streets in the CBD, is framed by a traditional Paifang, the style of gateway seen in many for the world’s Chinatowns. There are a variety of stores and attractions, including arts and crafts shops, fashion stores, and cheap eateries and renown restaurants. At the time of […]

Melbourne Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Melbourne 墨尔本

Located in nineteenth century buildings on the strip of Little Bourke Street between Swanston and Spring streets, you’ll find Australia’s oldest Chinatown. The gold rushes of the 1850s Chinese migrants established the Chinese quarter where lodgings housed those en route to the goldfields. Those who did not return to China went back to Melbourne where […]

Brisbane Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Brisbane 布里斯班

Brisbane’s Chinatown stretches from Alfred St to McLachlan St, and Gipps St to Constance St in Fortitude Valley, just one kilometre north of the CBD. It is centred on Brunswick Street Mall. Locals and visitors alike mingle in this bustling part of the city, crowding the Chinese supermarkets, looking for exotic ingredients, or looking for […]