Vancouver's Chinatown is the third largest Chinatown in North America, but the exterior walls of the buildings here are old and dirty. It is said that the night security here is not very good, but there are many Chinese restaurants and shops selling Chinese local products, which are still quite busy. There are more blacks here. When you visit here, you must pay attention to your own property and personal safety.
Chinatown is a famous street town in Vancouver. My partner will love it very much. I heard that the public security is not good enough. I dare not go inside. Otherwise, it's worth spending time and effort to go here. Unlike overseas Chinatown, the popularity of Chinatown is very strong. I like it very much. I have been there several times, and each time I have a new feeling.
Knowing how difficult it was for the first generation of Chinese to fight in Canada, the original prosperous style was still there. I heard that the Canadian government later made drug addicts and vagrants feel here, so it became very unsafe. Every shop was guarded by an iron general. It was very depressed and heartbreaking.
First time to Vancouver, to Chinatown. Where there are more Chinese and overseas Chinese, it is worth visiting and visiting. There are also many scenic spots. Large shopping malls, restaurants, parks and historic sites are all good. There are places where you can't use UnionPay Card.
Vancouver Chinatown is one of the largest Chinatown in North America. It contains rich Asian culture and food, such as Chinese, Thai, Vietnam and so on. There are very delicious Chinese buffet, authentic Thai massage and so on. The buildings here are also very ancient. It's a very tall Chinatown.
Chinatown street names are well translated with Chinese rhyme, such as Gore translated as "Goya Street" and Keefer translated as "Qihua Street". After years of absence, Chinatown is in decline. Although the number of Chinese in Vancouver has increased markedly, the popularity of Chinatown has declined. There is no atmosphere of the times, no houses with ethnic characteristics, and outdated clothes, listless.
After visiting the second largest Chinatown in North America after San Francisco Chinatown, Vancouver, we first saw the Millennium Gate Architecture and the Zhonghua Gate, which contained the bronze statue of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, and then the pavilions and pavilions of Zhongshan Park. In foreign countries, we can also see the first Suzhou gardens built abroad.
It is said to be the second largest Chinese port in North America after San Francisco. There are very busy restaurants, department stores and busy cars. There is also a white wall and black tiles garden in Zhongshan Park, which is very characteristic of the south of the Yangtze River.
Today's dinner is in Chinatown. Every city's Chinatown is very similar. It's cold and refreshing. It's like punching a card.