Manchester's Chinatown is very large, and the whole area is well managed. It's clean and tidy, but it's very lively. There are many Chinese restaurants and local specialty shops here. The atmosphere of China is very strong, especially the tall archway of Chengkou, which brings us closer to here.
Today, when we go to Manchester, we can still go to museums and canals to find traces of the industrial revolution and feel the changes that this great change has brought to mankind. Today's Manchester City reveals its old age in its new look and its vanguard in its prosperity. After the Industrial Revolution, Manchester City declined, but now it is gradually recovering, starting to transform from manufacturing to service-oriented economy, tourism, transportation, finance, education and creative industries are beginning to flourish.
Manchester develops new industries and becomes an international city centered on electronics, chemical industry and printing, with more than 700 industries such as heavy machinery, weaving, oil refining, glass, plastics and food processing. As the leader of free trade, economic liberalization and cooperative movement, Manchester has a strong influence on the British economy. Manchester unites with Trafford, Tamside, Salford, Stockport and other towns to form the Manchester region. From an industrial city to a prosperous city featuring finance, education, tourism, commerce and manufacturing, Manchester is the major industrial center and commodity distribution center in England and the largest financial center city in Britain except London.
To see so many characters and red lanterns in a foreign country is naturally delighted and cordial! ____________ I went to the Chinese bakery and bought some soft and sweet dessert bread. I also tasted Chinese food in London at the suggestion of my friend. The taste of food is secondary. I just want to say why Chinese restaurants in Chinatown are so poor in hygiene... I dare not go to the bathroom, but my mother has no appetite for the whole meal after she washes her hands before dinner. Alas. I sincerely hope that Chinatown will be cleaner and better!
No wonder it's called "Chinatown". It's not a street. It's a lot of scattered streets. The central area is a memorial archway. There are a lot of buffets here, which is a good deal in Britain. When the bill is paid, the waiter checks out by an adult and a student (I don't know who is more like a student with my little friend), reminding him that "It's OK, let's make it cheaper for you,"