The neighborhood known as Chinatown was already built when the first Chinese immigrants settled here in the 1850s, and there are still only a few architectural reminders of their former home. This attempt to remedy that problem is colorful, but as far from authentic Chinese architecture as the pagoda-inspired phone booths on every corner in the neighborhood.
CHINESE MERCHANT’S ASSOCIATION NEW YORK Photo Gallery
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