from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A neighborhood or section of a city that is inhabited chiefly by Chinese people.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A district of a city or town (in a country other than China) in which there is a large concentration of Chinese residents and businesses.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A section of a town in the United States occupied chiefly by Chinese and in which they live more or less in accordance with their own customs.
CHINATOWN GHOST WALKING TOUR -- San Francisco's Chinatown Ghost Tours bring to life the tales of Chinatown's supernatural past and present as walkers are led on a ghostly tour of its historic and mysterious streets and alleyways.
John Huston in Chinatown is just one of the greatest treasures in all of cinema.
You may feel that a crackhead cornering you or blocking your path in Chinatown is not a big deal, but think about how my grandmother feels, or your grandmother.
"You may feel that a crackhead cornering you or blocking your path in Chinatown is not a big deal, but think about how my grandmother feels, or your grandmother."
Brennan Green did a remix with an nice acid line that came out on his label Chinatown recently, and Greg Wilson made an extended edit with parts we sent him that I'd just gotten.
They carried us down there in what they call Chinatown and all around.
He reprimands me on my use of the word "Chinatown", telling me that the term is abusive and yet rarely pointed out as such by the Chinese.
And for my money, "Chinatown" is one of the best American films ever.
The address he’s looking for in Chinatown is where his father was born.
An impending marriage in Chinatown is the backdrop of Elbert Or’s 50’s nuanced story about duty and choice.
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