Mixed in Chinatown Fine Art Photography Print

$28.00

Our Mixed in Chinatown Print is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee finished on archival Epson paper. By Deborah Julian. Signed. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.

10 in stock

Description

Our Mixed in Chinatown Print is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee finished on archival Epson paper. By Deborah Julian. Signed. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.

Prints are shipped United States Postal Service within 48 hours. Sealed in clear plastic with backing to prevent bending or wrinkles.

All prints 100% satisfaction guaranteed. Full refund or replacement.

Looking out from the shadows, see a new culture leaking into an old neighborhood of European immigrants and the businesses they started.

Our Mixed in Chinatown Print shows how growth makes for a vibrant blend of cultures. Looking for images of streets and urban landscapes worth claiming is an exciting way to experience the changing life of Manhattan. One culture overlays another, a tribute to the great New York City melting pot.

“When you visit Chinatown, unless you’ve been before, you may miss how rapidly it’s expanding, gobbling up most of what once  Little Italy, adding spice to downtown New York City. Shooting pictures there is one of my favorite adventures.” — Street Photographer Deborah Julian

About Chinatown in New York City

Chinatown in New York City is one of the oldest and largest Chinatowns in the United States. It is located in Lower Manhattan and covers an area of about twenty square blocks. The neighborhood is home to a diverse population of Chinese, Taiwanese, Vietnamese, Korean, and other Asian-Americans. The area is also known for its many Chinese restaurants, bakeries, and shops.

In the late 1800s, Chinatown was a crowded and dirty neighborhood. Many of the immigrants who lived there were poor and worked hard to make a living. In the early 1900s, Chinatown began to grow and became cleaner and more organized. By the 1930s, it was one of the most popular tourist attractions in New York City.

Today, Chinatown is a vibrant community with a mix of old and new. The neighborhood is filled with restaurants, shops, and bakeries. It is also home to many cultural organizations and events.

Written by:

114 Posts

View All Posts
Follow Me :

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

You May Have Missed

Wordpress Social Share Plugin powered by Ultimatelysocial
0
2k