Chinatown

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Chinatown

a quarter of any city or town outside China with a predominantly Chinese population
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The Chinese names of the China Towns mentioned above reinforce their connection to historical diasporic entities: The one in Milnerton is called "tang renjie" ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), which is the old reference for Chinatowns in the U.
LIVERPOOL'S world famous Chinatown pub could become a museum celebrating the Chinese community.
Representatives of CHCP and HSJ were present to share historical information about San Jose's early Chinatowns.
com, a US-based travel company and a part of Expedia group, has announced savings on Chinatown hotel rates in various US cities for Chinese New Year 2011 celebrations.
The iconic Chinese archway at the entrance to the city's Chinatown is today covered in scaffolding after fears for the safety of road users.
The Chinatown Trunk Mystery: Murder, Miscegenation, and Other Dangerous Encounters in Turn-of-the-Century New York City.
Chinatown used to be a natural place for people to stay and do business, but it's now mostly old people who are still around.
Lin has lived in New York for six years, but he has not often left Chinatown, on the lower east side of Manhattan.
But the stigma endured, and by the 1950s Chinatown was still viewed as a slum, and plans were made for urban renewal.
history to have excluded an entire people based on their nationality-that helped to create and shape Chinatowns nationwide is thin.
James After the war, the remnant of the residentswere moved to its present location and it has been struggling to properly recover and flourish ever since,while other cities'' Chinatowns that were founded much later continued to go from strength-to-strength.
The most significant findings on the Chinese American community within the past two decades have emerged from archeological digs within the metropolis of San Jose, the heart of Silicon Valley It was progress and development that uncovered the detritus of two historic Chinatowns.