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Enjoy authentic Chinese artwork at this gallery.
Enjoy authentic Chinese artwork at this gallery. It has the biggest showroom for Chinese painting and calligraphy in China Town. They also offer classes in calligraphy for those who want to take their appreciation a step further.
Built in 1891, it was destroyed and rebuilt in 1909, originally the building housed the country's only Chinese telephone exchange
Opened in 1962, this tiny factory produces more than 20,000 fortune cookies a day
Though Grant Avenue has a lot to offer, it is quite touristy; thus, it is essential that you examine the more authentic areas in the alleys, such as Waverly Place, Pagoda Place, Spofford Lane, and Ross Alley, between Grant and Stockton
Dedicated to Matsu, goddess of the Sea, but has only been around since 1986
This tiny paved pedestrian alley was named after the famous Beat Generation writer Jack Kerouac who used to hang out in the alley a lot
This flatiron (wedge shaped) copper-green building is an unmistakable San Francisco beauty
The center was established in order to promote understanding of Chinese and Chinese American history, art, and culture in the US
Features quite an extensive collection of exhibits, books and manuscripts that focus on Jack Kerouac and the literary Beat Generation
This is the largest area of open space in Chinatown, bordered by Kearny St, Washington St, Clay St, and Walter Lum Place
This tiny temple is the oldest Taoist temple in the country