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Los Angeles Chinatown

Chinatown Los Angeles 
Chinatown is a neighborhood in Downtown Los Angeles, California that became a commercial center for Chinese and other Asian businesses in Central Los Angeles in 1938. Today, located walking distance from the city’s civic and cultural center, LA’s Chinatown is still a popular and buzzing neighborhood.
Chinatown Central Plaza, Chung King Road, Thien Hau Temple, Far East Plaza, the Chinese American Museum, Hop Louie are all popular tourist attractions that you sure don’t want to miss.
One of Chinatown’s most popular attractions is the 7ft bronze Bruce Lee Statue located at  is the first in the US honor the late actor and martial arts phenom.  The statue was unveiled on the 40th anniversary of
Lee’s death which also was the  75th anniversary of Chinatown LA. Bruce Lee opened his 3rd martial art academy in Los Angeles’s Chinatown.

Los Angeles Chinatown
Chinatown LA
Old Chinatown Plaza is one of the oldest plazas dating back to June of 1938

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