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Chinatown . New York City. Chinese in America. The first Chinese arrived in the United States in 1820. 26.5 % of the Asian American population is Chinese American. There are 3.8 million Chinese Americans in the United States. NYC Chinatown.

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chinatown

Chinatown

New York City

chinese in america
Chinese in America
  • The first Chinese arrived in the United States in 1820.
  • 26.5% of the Asian American population is Chinese American.
  • There are 3.8 million Chinese Americans in the United States.
nyc chinatown
NYC Chinatown
  • It is home to the largest group of Chinese people in the Western hemisphere.
  • It is located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
  • The first Chinese people lived there in the 1850s.
  • Today, there are about 100,000 Chinese people living in NYC’s Chinatown.
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NYC Chinatown
  • NYC Chinatown has many people who sell groceries, especially fresh fish, meats and pastries.
  • There are many vendors who sell perfume, watches, purses and other knick knacks.
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NYC Chinatown
  • There are museums that tell the history of Chinese people in America.
  • There are shops that sell knick knacks from China.
  • Everywhere you go, you can see signs of Chinese culture.