Boston's Chinatown Neighborhood
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In the 1880s, the first Chinese immigrants arrived in Boston, pitching their tents in what is now known as "Ping On Alley." Today, nestled between Downtown Crossing and the South End, Chinatown provides visitors with a variety of Asian history and cuisine.
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History, family, food, tradition make for a rich mix in one of the city's oldest and yet ever-changing neighborhoods. Explore more in an interactive map.
Today, Chinatown has, on average, more older and more younger people than other parts of Boston.
Take a stroll through Boston's Chinatown and find traditional architecture, outdoor markets, and historic sites.
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