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A Guide To Vancouver Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Vancouver 温哥华

With its diverse history and vibrant street life, Chinatown in Vancouver is one of the city’s best neighbourhoods to come to for food, shopping and exploring the city. The area is a shopping haven with Chinese herbal shops, bakeries, jewelry stores and various clothing stores. Located just East of downtown Vancouver it was one of […]

A Guide to Toronto Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Toronto 多伦多

Toronto Chinatown is one of the most popular tourist attractions in this culturally diverse city. The original Chinatown begun in the late 1800s when hundreds of Chinese workers came over to work on the Canadian Railway system. By the early 1900s, the Chinese population of Toronto had grown to over one thousand and Chinatown soon […]

A Guide to San Francisco Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under San Francisco 三藩市

When visiting San Francisco, taking a tour of San Francisco’s Chinatown is always a real treat. While there are many Chinatowns throughout the world, San Francisco’s is the oldest in the US as well as the largest outside of Asia. San Francisco is a very popular tourist city and Chinatown is one of its top […]

New York Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under New York 纽约

New York Chinatown is within Manhattan, which is one of the five boroughs that make up the entire city as a whole. The New York Chinatown district, in existence for nearly 170 years when immigrates were first starting to settle in the area, has one of the highest concentrations of Chinese people in the western […]

A Guide To Montreal Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Montreal 蒙特利尔

Montreal Chinatown in the 1860s during a time when many Chinese immigrants traveled to Montreal to find work and better lives. They settled mainly in lower St. Laurent Blvd and de la Gauchetiere. Back in the 1940s, this area was considered the ‘bad’ part of town. St. Lawrence Blvd would have been where you’d come […]

A Guide To Los Angeles Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Los Angeles 洛杉矶

The city of Los Angeles’s Chinatown, one of the three large Chinatowns in California, the other two being in San Francisco and Oakland. It was built in 1938, after the previous LA Chinatown was destroyed to make room for the city’s major train depot. Oddly enough, the area that makes up LA’s Chinatown used to […]

Chicago Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Chicago 芝加哥

The Chinatown in Chicago is a traditional urban Chinatown occupying the area along Wentworth Avenue at Cermak Road south of downtown. This area has historically been dominated by commerce, though in recent years, residential developments have greatly increased the number of people living in the area. With restaurants, markets, shops, associations, and community services, as […]

Lima Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Lima 利马

Southeast of the Plaza de Armas in Lima, near the Central Market on Calle Capon, is the main Peruvian Chinatown called the Barrio Chino. It is easily recognizable by the Chinese Arch over the entrance and is one of the two earliest Chinatowns in the Western Hemisphere, along with that of Havana, and has much […]

A Guide To Paris Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Paris 巴黎

Paris has two Chinatowns, one in The 13th arrondissement and another one in Belleville, in the 20th. The 13th arrondissement is home to the main Chinatown of Paris, a lively residential and business district with narrow streets. It is the biggest Chinatown in Europe. While this vibrant district may not be as popular as other […]

Manchester Chinatown

January 19, 2012 by  
Filed under Manchester 曼彻斯特

Manchester Chinatown, an ethnic enclave to the east of the city centre, is second largest Chinatown in the United Kingdom and the third largest in Europe. It has an archway on Faulkner street. Besides many Chinese Restaurants, you’ll find Thai, Malaysian, Singaporean and other Pan-Asian dining options, specialty shops, bakeries and supermarkets. The first settlers […]

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