Chinatown


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Chinatown

a quarter of any city or town outside China with a predominantly Chinese population
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Would Chinatown be submerged to China Towns as Shao suggests, with the latter embodying already and newly established overseas Chinese communities in the South African public imagination?
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) has established a team of financial professionals in the Chinatown section of New York City to provide 'neighbourhood' financial services to the community.
The park at the Bath Lane end of Stowell Street in Newcastle's Chinatown is the latest to be created by business improvement district company NE1 Ltd.
Set up by Sir David Tang, founder of the Shanghai Tang fashion chain, and with help from the Prince's Trust, the Chinatown centre will hold performances and exhibitions.
We've seen more luxury condos and expensive new businesses displace the residents and small businesses that make up the heart of our community," said Esther Wang, director of the Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence (CAAAV) and Chinatown Tenants Union.
Los Angeles Chinatown Business Council, a US-based no-profit association promoting business in the Chinatown area of Los Angeles, in US, is offering 'The Undiscovered Chinatown Tour.
Through archival research and interviews, the controversy over the construction of "monster homes" by Chinese investors and immigrants in the late 1980s is shown to be completely divorced from the solidarity generated within the Chinese community in Vancouver a generation earlier as a result campaigns to save the residential neigh-bourhood of Strathcona and the adjacent commercial Chinatown area.
Chinatown beat six other films in a shortlist drawn from the recently published seven-part newspaper series on "The Greatest Films of All Time".
column on January 14 sums up the urgency for the city to sort out the Scandinavian Hotel site, not only for the reasons you have correctly stated but also that it stands at the heart of Liverpool Chinatown, to which its redevelopment will have a huge impact.
The New York City Chinatown that tourists never see, whether from a bus or in one of the myriad restaurants, is the real subject of this second novel in the Jack Wu series.
Figures 2 and 3 show the geographic locations of existing Chinatown and San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles County, respectively.
Noah Cross, played by John Huston, in Chinatown, 1974) EVER watched the classic movie Chinatown?