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A symbol of Chinese New Year hangs along (Credit: RJ Mickelson)

A symbol of Chinese New Year hangs along Market Street in the Chinatown District of Manhattan

City Living: Chinatown

A symbol of Chinese New Year hangs along
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A symbol of Chinese New Year hangs along Market Street in the Chinatown District of Manhattan

Bill Liang, 12, completes his snowman at the
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Bill Liang, 12, completes his snowman at the corner of 6th Ave. and Canal Street.

A man passes a Bank of America on
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A man passes a Bank of America on Bayard Street in the Chinatown district in Manhattan.

Five men have a relaxing afternoon together along
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Five men have a relaxing afternoon together along Henry Street in the Chinatown district of Manhattan.

Canal Street is know as the heart of
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Canal Street is know as the heart of Chinatown to most .

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Pigeons circle the sky at Pike Street and
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Pigeons circle the sky at Pike Street and East Broadway in the Chinatown District of Manhattan.

The Museum of the Chinese American at 70
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The Museum of the Chinese American at 70 Mulberry at Bayard Street in the Chinatown district of Manhattan houses a wide archive of memorabilia, history and photographs chronicling the history of Chinese-America.

The Museum of the Chinese American at 70
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The Museum of the Chinese American at 70 Mulberry at Bayard Street in the Chinatown district of Manhattan houses a wide archive of memorabilia, history and photographs chronicling the history of Chinese-America.

Canal Street offers a wide selection of knock-off
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Canal Street offers a wide selection of knock-off designer bags, stereo equipment and more.

The Chinatown Post Office on Canal Street is
(Credit: RJ Mickelson)

The Chinatown Post Office on Canal Street is a convenient place to drop off mail or send a package.

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Hong Kong Supermarket at 109 East Broadway in
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Hong Kong Supermarket at 109 East Broadway in the Chinatown district of Manhattan offers fresh fish, fruit and an array of other local products.

A view of the corner of East Broadway
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A view of the corner of East Broadway and Rutgers in the Chinatown district of Manhattan.

Hong Kong Supermarket at 109 East Broadway in
(Credit: RJ Mickelson)

Hong Kong Supermarket at 109 East Broadway in the Chinatown district of Manhattan offers fresh fish, fruit and an array of other local products.

New Green Bo at 66 Bayard Street in
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New Green Bo at 66 Bayard Street in Chinatown is a favorite for people looking for traditional Chinese cuisine.

Mei Lai Wah Coffeehouse at 64 Bayard St.
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Mei Lai Wah Coffeehouse at 64 Bayard St. in Chinatown is a favorite for people who love fresh pork buns and noodle and steamed dumpling soup at a fair price.

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