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Chinatown Professional Review and Guide
"Looks can be deceiving. Boston’s Chinatown may look small, but it is the third-largest such district in the country (behind only San Francisco’s and New York City’s Chinatowns).
While perhaps overshadowed by the city’s better-known Italian North End or the Irish neighborhoods of South Boston, this little gem offers great tightly packed streets, colorful architecture, and an intriguing history going back hundreds of years. The short distances of this walk allow plenty of time for window-shopping and sampling from any of the Cambodian, Vietnamese, and Cantonese restaurants crammed along the streets."
--Robert Todd Felton, Walking Boston (Wilderness Press).
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