Cultural / Ethnic Experience
Founded in the 1800’s, Boston’s Chinatown is the third largest in the United States. It is the only historically surviving Chinese area in New England with the demise of the Chinatown in Providence, Rhode Island after the 1950s.
Calgary is best known for its famous rodeo and its winter sports. Surprisingly, it is also home to Canada’s 4th largest Chinatown by population (after Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal), and the largest by area.
Chicago’s Chinatown dates to the 1870’s, but the largest influx of Chinese immigrants occurred in the 1950’s and 60’s. Today it is a bustling cultural enclave, with a wide range of shops, restaurants, and businesses.
The Chinatown International District (Chinatown ID) in the heart of Seattle’s rich, multi-cultural community. It is home to people of Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Vietnamese and Southeast Asian heritage.
Daytona Beach’s Drive-In Christian Church has been pulling up for supplication to God since 1953. It was changed over from an old commute in motion picture theater, Christian Church has more than 1,300 individuals and urges guests to join in its one of a kind outside love.
Centered on 97th Street, east of downtown, Edmonton’s Chinatown is filled with colorful shops featuring imported Chinese goods and clothing, and delightful places to sample a wide range of Chinese food.