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Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Six Word Saturday - 5 April 2014




IS THERE A CHINATOWN NEAR YOU?

Boston Chinatown

Chinatowns in the United States, listed here.



SIX WORD SATURDAY


WHY DOESN'T MINNESOTA HAVE A CHINATOWN?


17 comments:

retired not tired said...

We actually have 3 in the city of Toronto Canada as well as every other nationality.

gillena cox said...

stunning clouds, thanks for dropping in at my blog

much love...

Heather Smith said...

Not here in Charleston, but I visit at least one of our Chinatowns when I go home to Toronto.

Charleen said...

If it makes you feel better, my town has no China Town either...

TexWisGirl said...

sadly, no.

Grace said...

Yes we have them and I love the food ~

Karen S. said...

Grace, lucky you!

Harvee Lau said...

We don't have a Chinatown but thank heavens we have several Asian grocery stores and lots of restaurants, though only one has dim sum!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Right now there is, because I'm in D.C.

But there won't be when I get back to Berkeley Springs, W.V. later today...
~

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

Chicago has an excellent, classic Chinatown. It is about two hours southeast of us.

mlissabeth said...

I live in the same area of the state as McGuffy does, except Chicago is about an hour northeast of me.

Romi C said...

I live in Japan, and the most famous China town in Japan is in Yokohama. I have never been there, but some of my friends have. They said they had great Chinese food there.

aspiritofsimplicity said...

I live near Boston. In fact I can see it across the water from the tiny island I live on. I used to go there and buy delicious yarn but I haven't been in years.

restlessjo said...

Newcastle-on-Tyne has a small one.
Happy Sunday, Karen!

Other Mary said...

I don't know - but it should!

Leovi said...

Yes, I love that Chinese arch, no, in my city there is Chinatown ... yet!

Rekha Seshadri said...

I love the classic structure and the unique shape. Good to see you, Karen.