We’re back in #Chicago and happy to be exploring one of our favorite neighborhoods in the city: Chinatown! In this video, we share with you our experience taking the #Chinatown Walking Tour organized by the Chicago Chinese Cultural Institute. We learned why Chinese residents decided to settle in this area of the city, about the difference between Old and New Chinatown, about some of the more important institutions supporting the residents and stopped by different attractions, including the beautiful Ping Tom Park. And of course, we couldn’t complete the video without giving you a sample of the amazing food you’ll find here. So we stopped by Qing Xiang Yuan on Wentworth Avenue, specializing in several dozen varieties of dumplings. We hope you enjoy this video and let us know in the comments below about your favorite spots in Chinatown.
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