The Chinatown in Lower Midtown, Manhattan, New York, made me feel very friendly. Especially the Chinese restaurant made people feel at home. By the way, I bought many quick-frozen dumplings and frozen tofu at the Chinese supermarket, which made me feel good for several days. The children were very happy.
New York Chinatown is the world's largest residential area for overseas Chinese. There are several blocks north of the Brooklyn Bridge. It has been formed since the nineteenth century when Chinese migrated to the United States to work. There are Chinese language in the area. There are shop plaques, businesses and many Chinese training schools. The buildings are old, like small counties before the reform and opening up.
New York's Chinatown is the largest Chinese city in the United States, with many streets crisscrossed and graffiti displays on the streets. Street stores to a variety of delicacies, restaurants, snack shops, affordable prices. So not only are there many overseas Chinese, but also many foreigners.
During the Chinatown period in New York, I read some of its introduction. It is divided into three parts: the earliest immigrants, the second generation of immigrants, the immigrants from Guangzhou and Hong Kong, and so on. They have their own life circles. It looks like Hong Kong, where Chinese and English signs are mixed, which is different from the image of New York metropolis.