Boston’s Chinatown

27 Mar

A Tour To Boston’s Chinatown

In the 1880s, the first Chinese immigrants arrived in Boston, pitching their tents in what is now known as “Ping On Alley.” Today Chinatown, nestled between Downtown Crossing and the South End, provides visitors with a variety of Asian culture.

Here are some links that help you learn more about the history of Boston’s Chinatown and the culture and delicious food you can enjoy there.

The history of Boston’s Chinatown;

The culture of Boston’s Chinatown;

The delicious food there.

And most importantly, how you can get there. O(∩_∩)O

Posed on March, 18, 2013

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