Chinatown is a neighborhood in Downtown L.A. that became a commercial center for Chinese and other Asian businesses in Central L.A. in 1938. Today it is a bustling neighborhood that is rich in culture, full of Chinese knick-knacks for purchase, authentic restaurants to try, and quite a few tourists (but without it feeling too busy and overwhelming). My goal is to come back to this magical L.A. gem for the Chinese New Year celebration – I’ve heard the festivities make for an experience rich in Chinese culture and an overall special and memorable event. I’d recommend starting your own Chinatown adventure in the Old Chinatown Plaza just north of W. College Street between N Broadway and Hill.
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