Los Angeles, U.S.A.
U.S.A. facts & history in brief
Chinatown is northeast of the Civic Center and
Union Station of Downtown Los Angeles,
comprising 16 square blocks of the
social and cultural nucleus for the
over 200,000 Chinese residents.
Los Angeles Downtown with the Civic Centre,
that extends eight blocks east
to west and America's largest complex
of government buildings after Washington
It contains the most important of
Los Angeles's city, county, state and
federal office buildings, including the
Criminal Courts Building.
Olvera Street, a narrow,
block-long passageway that was restored
as an open-air Mexican marketplace in 1930s.
The Union Station, built in Arab-Moorish
Southeast of the Civic Centre is
Little Tokyo, first settled by early
Japanese immigrants in the 1880s,
and many others.
Hui Chin and I enjoyed
Los Angeles, Hollywood, the conducted
tour of the city, Beverly Hills,
the famous Hollywood sign, Chines
Theatre, Universal City and many,
many other attraction Hollywood
got to offer.
As a long time admirer of everything,
- well, nearly everything - Chinese,
including my wife, - I had to visit
Chinatown and I have, we both have
enjoyed it, including the food.
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