Chinatown

(redirected from China Town)
Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Wikipedia.
Related to China Town: Roman Polanski

Chinatown

a quarter of any city or town outside China with a predominantly Chinese population
References in periodicals archive ?
He further gives back to "the underprivileged communities" by organizing "Christmas" twice a year: In the middle and at the end of the year, China Town tenants are invited to donate food baskets and blankets.
THE Newcastle China Town area centred around Stowell Street has become a gem of which the City is justly proud.
The projected revenue expansion in China from $20 million in 2006 to $40 million in 2007 was announced at the Intercell/NewMarket China Town Hall Meeting conducted in Denver yesterday by the management teams of both companies.
The England and Villa striker, who is recovering from an injury, was spotted enjoying a drink in the Indi Bar in Birmingham's trendy China Town.
As rapidly as possible, it is our intention to be known as the foremost brokerage and management company in Soho, Tribeca, The Village, Little Italy, Nolita, and China Town.
It is titled Nigel in China Town, Manchester, 1997.
More than 300 business leaders, dignitaries and guests attended the official Chinese New Year celebration dinner organised by the Birmingham Chinese Society at the China Court restaurant, in the heart of the city's China town.
We have Little Italy and China Town, but here in Liverpool everyone tends to live together in mixed neighbourhoods.
Edinburgh's China Town restaurant has moved from its long time home in Newington and gone down town to At holl Place.
In the meantime, the item was bought from China Town that is N$8 away.
DETECTIVES hunting Coventry man Anxiang Du have taken to the streets of London's China Town in the hunt for their prime suspect.
Now the Little Britain campaign hopes to officially rename the area, as New York already has a China Town and Little Italy.

Full browser ?