It was an accident to go to Comrade Village. It was discovered by hanging around after lunch in Chinatown. Comrade Village is located in the east of Chinatown, near Canal ST Canal Street. If you want to buy something interesting, you can go around. It's surprising that there are so many places for comrades. It's introduced in my travel notes. All kinds of food and clothing are available.
Homosexual villages are not exaggerated, but occasionally gay people can be seen, and their behavior is very intimate.
It's a very personalized scenic spot. Don't go for children.
In fact, with curiosity, the street is full of homosexual banners, many homosexual people, feel the love across the gender, in fact, quite touching.
Canada is a country with high tolerance for comrades all over the world. This is Toronto's gay gathering area. Many bars are busy at night.
Surprisingly, it's right next to Chinatown. It is said that there are celebrations every year, but they didn't catch up when they went.
This is not a village, that is, a district. There are many homosexuals. Today, homosexuals in China are soaring.
A yearning country, a yearning transition, a yearning trip.