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The neighborhoods known as Chinatowns sprang up in the U.S. during the  Gold Rush. But since then, they’ve seen gradual yet significant changes —  not so noticeable to the average visitor, perhaps, but quite drastic to  those who’ve called these communities home. (via The Changing Face Of America’s Chinatowns)
Photo: Rebecca Sheir / NPR

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The neighborhoods known as Chinatowns sprang up in the U.S. during the Gold Rush. But since then, they’ve seen gradual yet significant changes — not so noticeable to the average visitor, perhaps, but quite drastic to those who’ve called these communities home. (via The Changing Face Of America’s Chinatowns)

Photo: Rebecca Sheir / NPR

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    I live next to a Chinatown on the east coast. Worth a read travelahs.
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