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Chinatown Culture and Development

  • Aired: 09/26/2012
  • 03:45
  • Rating: NR
In the heart of Philadelphia rests a place of immense cultural distinction—Chinatown. Chinatown incorporates the culture of different Asian ethnicities such as Taiwanese, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. The streets are lined with red lanterns, people can buy foods such as Dumplings, Terayki Chicken, Lo mein, Chow Mein, and Peking Duck.
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