Chinatown

chinatown

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Chinatown - Known for its bustling streets rich with history and culture, Chinatown has become one of New York’s most captivating neighborhoods. Core streets Mott, Pell, and Doyers became home to Chinese immigrants in the late 1800s. Self-reliant, this neighborhood offered jobs, affordable housing, and a community with an intense sense of identity. Now, with one of the largest Chinese communities in the western hemisphere, Chinatown has left its mark on downtown Manhattan.

Brimming with restaurants, herbal pharmacies, bars, boutiques, museums, and galleries, the streets of Chinatown offer an infinite amount of opportunities to embrace the Chinese history. Whether the restaurants are popular or fly under the radar, the dining scene provides a wide range of Asian cuisines, including dim sum, Peking duck, banh mi, and angel-hair noodles. In the heart of Chinatown is the Museum of Chines, a love letter to Chinese-American history that captures the extensive experiences of Chinese immigrants through vivid exhibitions.

Columbus Park, one of the City’s oldest parks, serves as a meeting spot for locals, old and young. Longtime residents can be found playing Mahjong, practicing tai chi, or playing traditional Chinese music. Cherry trees bloom in the spring, decorating the park with pinks and purples.


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