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  • ... China City was, literally, a set built at a complex moment in the relationship between Hollywood and the city's Chinese population. ... "traditional" costume by day, and at night returned to Chinatown proper just a few blocks away to change into normal streetwear. ...
  • As far out of fashion as dining in the former tourist trap of Chinatown has become, eating a curry beef pie amid the neighborhood's Hello ... even notice at all unless we look carefully enough. Take Chinatown : some regularly use and even enjoy it, while most seem to have only ...
  • Departures : Chinatown Student Producers share the story of how their families got to ... students at the Chinatown Service Center were born in the United States. Some were born here in Chinatown at the Pacific ...
  • Chinatown is becoming L.A.'s most interesting culinary neighborhood. None of ... political manuevering and a whole lot of violence. L.A.'s Chinatown also has a half-glamorous, half-sad Hollywood background: the ... of the county to find the best regional Chinese cuisine in the U.S. ...
  • ... TV shows throughout history. One of the more popular filming locations in the city is L.A.'s very own Chinatown . The numerous walkways and storefronts of the neighborhood have ...
  • ... Community Stories Punk Rock in Chinatown There was once a full blown Punk Rock scene in Chinatown in the 1970s. Learn through personal stories the importance ...
  • Los Angeles can claim a unique place in the culinary world in which a sense of deep social history can be felt ... a look at how food played an important role in shaping Chinatown . For many, Chinatown is not much more than a place to eat ...
  • [scald=72993:kl_image_original_context] In 1983, Hong Kong was reclassified from a British colony to a dependent ... such as Monterey Park, San Marino and Covina as opposed to Chinatown . This Taiwanese population that migrated to Los Angeles during the ...
  • Nearly 80 years after its relocation, Chinatown supports Chinese American businesses as well as newer waves of ... and greater Los Angeles.   Chinatown as we know it, anchored by the plazas, shops, and restaurants ... up to house Chinese immigrants who had begun arriving in the early 1800s to build railroads and seek their fortunes. (The main ...
  • Departures Field Guides http://www.kcet.org/ socal/departures/fieldguides / ...

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