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by Christopher L. Salter

eBook San Francisco's Chinatown: How Chinese a Town? download ISBN: 0882475002
Author: Christopher L. Salter
Publisher: R & E Pub (June 1, 1978)
Language: English
Pages: 82
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

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The Chinatown centered on Grant Avenue and Stockton Street in San Francisco, California, (Chinese: 唐人街; pinyin: tángrénjiē; Jyutping: tong4 jan4 gaai1).

The Chinatown centered on Grant Avenue and Stockton Street in San Francisco, California, (Chinese: 唐人街; pinyin: tángrénjiē; Jyutping: tong4 jan4 gaai1) is the oldest Chinatown in North America and the largest Chinese enclave outside Asia. It is also the oldest and largest of the four notable Chinese enclaves within San Francisco. Since its establishment in 1848, it has been highly important and influential in the history and culture of ethnic Chinese immigrants in North America

San Francisco's Chinatown is the most densely populated neighborhood west of Manhattan. The residents are almost all Chinese and often speak little English, being fairly recent arrivals

San Francisco's Chinatown is the most densely populated neighborhood west of Manhattan. The residents are almost all Chinese and often speak little English, being fairly recent arrivals. About two-thirds of the residents live in single room, residential hotels. People explore Chinatown in different ways.

As of 2012, 2. % of the population in San Francisco was of Chinese descent, and at least 150,000 Chinese American residents. The Chinese are the largest Asian American subgroup in San Francisco. San Francisco has the highest percentage of residents of Chinese descent of any major . city, and the second largest Chinese American population, after New York City. The San Francisco Bay Area is . % Chinese American, with many residents in Oakland and Santa Clara County.

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by Christopher L. by Christopher L. Publisher: Midpoint Trade Books Inc. San Francisco's Chinatown How Chinese a Town? by Christopher L. Publish date: 06/01/1978.

San Francisco: China Books and Periodicals. Salter, Christopher L. 1978. Frazier, John W. 2006. Asians in the United States: Historical and Contemporary Settlement Patterns. In Race, Ethnicity, and Place in a Changing America, ed. John W. Frazier and Eugene L. Tettey-Fio, 265–285. Binghamton: Global Academic Publishing. Gryn, Thomas, and Christine Gambino.

Chinatown - a unique product of a period time when Chinese immigrants first came out to America, Europe and other major cities all over the world. I used to distance myself from them as they are usually backward and sometimes peppered with litters and run down buildings. It's how those places get away with taxes to the IRS. If you want good Dim Sum/Chinese food, head out to the Sunset area or Richmond area.

San Francisco’s Chinatown contains the largest Chinese population outside of Asia. As a result, the culture is robust, from arts organizations like the Chinese Cultural Center to the annual Chinese New Year festival every February. China Live, a two-story marketplace, retail space, food demonstration hall, and high-end bar and restaurant, is a must-see, as are the neighborhood’s quirkier, divier watering holes, like Buddha Lounge and Li Po Cocktail Lounge. Grant Avenue, the neighborhood’s main thoroughfare, is dotted with shops, bakeries, and grocers.