Gallery: 17 days in New York’s Chinatown

Roasted duck and chicken in Chinatown windows

As of September 1st, I’m in-between apartments and will spend the next 2-3 weeks in Chinatown. Specifically, sleeping on my grandma’s sofa in Confucius Plaza. ¬†Over the next 15-20 days, I’ll be updating this post with images of Manhattan’s Chinatown as I experience them.

Chinese restaurant workers relaxing out back on Mosco Street
Restaurant workers taking a break on Mosco Street
Neon lights outside 69 Chinese Restaurant
Neon lights outside 69 Chinese Restaurant on Bayard Street
Obey Mural in Lower East Side/Chinatown
Obey mural at Broome St. and Bowery St. in Chinatown/LES
Knife Cut Noodles from Tasty Handpulled Noodles
Knife Cut Noodles from Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles
chinatown gatekeepers
A relative and a friend posing by a brick wall on Oliver Street
Chinatown fish for sale
Fish heads for $1/pound
on the chinatown m9 bus
A wordless interaction says a lot on the M9
wah fung restaurant chinatown
The young worker at Wah Fung #1 chops. $3.75 for a small rice dish piled with roast pork or chicken.

 

Roasted duck and chicken in Chinatown windows
Roasted ducks and chickens hanging in the windows of N.Y Noodletown.

 

 

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