【K】USA Travel-New York[미국 여행-뉴욕]세계 어디에나 있는 차이나타운/Chinatown/Columbus Park//Museum Of Chinese
A park that commemorates Columbus discovering America. The revolutionary statue of Chinese revolutionary is standing high. It is like a park close to Chinatown. There are no countries where there is no Chinatown anywhere in the world. The Chinese do not forget their culture and customs wherever they settled. It was in the 1860s that the Chinese began to live in New York. A railway worker from the East to the West is an ancestor of the Chinese in the United States. They lived together in the Taji, built a community, and in that they were able to enjoy a safe Chinese life. If you go to Chinatown, you can get various food items cheaply like you have come to China. There are many Beijing duck dishes. Chinatown has a museum that collects, displays, and educates the history of immigrants from the United States. It is a chunk of opium that makes the Chinese sick. The museum has a sick history of immigration that was initially rejected. ""After the railroads were built, many workers were discriminated against. So there was a half-hearted feeling in the northwest of the Pacific coast. As you can see here on Wednesday, June 3, 1885, there was a rally called 'Great Anti-Mass Rally'. There were people who started to fear the Chinese people. I was afraid because I thought I was taking away my job. And because of cultural differences, I had a different way of life. As you know, there are various kinds of cultural differences in the United States. Because their cultural differences were so different, the people living in the United States at the time were very worried and anxious. ""The anti-Semitic sentiment was so plain that laws against Chinese were enacted.