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Chinatown is New York's largest and most colorful ethnic neighborhood. Home to a very large community of 
Chinese immigrants, the area is still expanding. Crooked alleyways, ancient tea parlors and barber shops still exist in this neighborhood below Canal St. and east of Broadway. Once confined to the vicinity of Mott St., Chinatown's burgeoning population has pushed its boundaries past the edges of SoHo and the Financial District. Shop till you drop in the area around Mott and Pell Streets; you'll find everything from Walkmans to dragon shaped clogs.

The Eastern States Buddhist Temple at 64b Mott Street houses over 100 golden Buddhas
Chinese New Year
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