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Membership in these associations can be based on members sharing a common Chinese surname or belonging to a common clan, spoken Chinese dialect , specific village, region or country of origin, and so on. For example, in Singapore , where 2.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The Manhattan Chinatown contains the largest concentration of ethnic Chinese in the Western hemisphere ; [31] while the Flushing Chinatown in Queens has become the world's largest Chinatown, but conversely, has also emerged as the epicenter of organized prostitution in the United States. Liverpool's Chinatown , the oldest Chinatown in Europe. Although the term "Chinatown" was first used in Asia, it does not come from a Chinese language. Economic opportunity drove the building of further Chinatowns in the United States. Significant Chinatowns sprung up in Belleville and the 13th arrondissement of Paris. As net migration has slowed into them, the smaller Chinatowns have slowly decayed, often to the point of becoming purely historical and no longer serving as ethnic enclaves. Emigration to other parts of the world from China accelerated in the s with the signing of the Treaty of Peking , which opened the border for free movement. Many of these frontier Chinatowns became extinct as American racism surged and the Chinese Exclusion Act was passed. With the passage of the Emancipation Proclamation , many southern states such as Arkansas , Louisiana , and Georgia began to hire Chinese for work in place of slave labor. In some cities in Spain , the term barrio chino 'Chinese quarter' denotes an area, neighborhood or district where prostitution or other businesses related to the sex industry are concentrated; i. In Australia, the Victorian gold rush which began in attracted Chinese prospectors from the Guangdong area, and a community began to form in the eastern end of Little Bourke Street, Melbourne by the mid s; the area is still the centre of the Melbourne chinatown , making it the oldest continuously occupied Chinatown in a western city since the San Francisco one was destroyed and rebuilt. Further ambiguities with the term can include Chinese ethnoburbs which by definition are " This contrasts with narrower definitions, where the term only described Chinatown in a city setting. Traditionally, Chinatown-based associations have also been aligned with ethnic Chinese business interests, such as restaurant, grocery, and laundry antiquated associations in Chinatowns in North America. Some of these structures span an entire intersection, and some are smaller in height and width. Since it started in Omaha , that city had a notable Chinatown for almost a century. Many tourist-destination metropolitan Chinatowns can be distinguished by large red arch entrance structures known in Mandarin Chinese as Paifang sometimes accompanied by imperial guardian lion statues on either side of the structure, to greet visitors. It served as a port of entry for early Chinese immigrants from the s to the s. Census of Chinese descent, and yet "does not have a Chinatown ". As the population of Overseas Chinese, is widely dispersed in various enclaves, across each major Southeast Asian city, specific Chinese names are used instead. Mahale Chiniha , the Chinatown in Iran , contains many buildings that were constructed in the Chinese architectural style. In British publications before the s, "Chinatown" appeared mainly in connection with California. With restricted immigration it shrunk again, becoming a strip of Chinese restaurants by the late s, when it was celebrated with decorative arches, and with recent huge influx of students from mainland China is now the centre of a much larger area of noodle shops, travel agents, restaurants, and groceries. Along the coastal area of Southeast Asia of the 16th century, quite many Chinese settlements existed in according to Zheng He's and Tome Pires' travel accounts. These associations generally provide social support, religious services, death benefits members' names in Chinese are generally enshrined on tablets and posted on walls , meals, and recreational activities for ethnic Chinese, especially for older Chinese migrants. The influx of luxury housing is speeding up the gentrification of such neighborhoods. Newer developments like those in Norwich, Connecticut , and the San Gabriel Valley , which are not necessarily considered "Chinatowns" in the sense that they do not necessarily contain the Chinese architectures or Chinese language signs as signatures of an officially sanctioned area that was designated either in law or signage stating so, differentiate areas that are called "Chinatowns" versus locations that have "significant" populations of people of Chinese descent. Chinatowns in Southeast Asia have unique Chinese names used by the local Chinese, as there are large populations of people who are Overseas Chinese , living within the various major cities of Southeast Asia. Its earliest appearance seems to have been in connection with the Chinese quarter of Singapore , which by was already being called "China Town" or "Chinatown" by the British colonial government. Early emigrants came primarily from the coastal provinces of Guangdong Canton, Kwangtung and Fujian Fukien, Hokkien in southeastern China β€” where the people generally speak Toishanese , Cantonese , Hakka , Teochew Chiuchow and Hokkien. Some paifang can be made of wood , masonry , or steel and may incorporate an elaborate or simple design. Gradually expanding, it reached a peak in the early 20th century, with Chinese business, mainly furniture workshops, occupying a block wide swath of the city, overlapping into the adjacent 'Little Lon ' red light district. After the European colonial powers seized and ruled the port towns in the 16th century, Chinese supported European traders and colonists, and created autonomic settlements. However, they began using the term to denote local Chinese communities as early as in Australia [48] and in New Zealand. In , Tijuana's Chinatown formed as a result of availability of direct flights to China. Several Asian Chinatowns, although not yet called by that name, have a long history. They settled down at port towns under authority's approval for trading. Manhattan's Chinatown , the largest concentration of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere [23]. Glodok , the Chinese quarter of Jakarta, Indonesia , dates to Chinese presence in India dates back to the 5th century AD, with the first recorded Chinese settler in Calcutta named Young Atchew around The Chinatown centered on Yaowarat Road in Bangkok , Thailand , was founded at the same time as the city itself, in An early enclave of Chinese people emerged in the s in Liverpool , England , when the first direct trading vessel from China arrived in Liverpool's docks to trade in goods, including silk and cotton wool. As the transcontinental railroad was built, more Chinatowns started to appear in railroad towns such as St. Chinatown entry arch in Newcastle , England. Other Chinatowns in European capitals, including Paris and London , were established at the turn of the 20th century. The La Mesa District of Tijuana was formerly a small enclave, but has tripled in size as a result of direct flights to Shanghai , with an ethnic Chinese population rise from 5, in to roughly 15, in , overtaking Mexicali 's Chinatown as the largest Chinese enclave in Mexico. Other early immigrants worked as mine workers or independent prospectors hoping to strike it rich during the Gold Rush. Chinatown, Philadelphia , the recipient of significant Chinese immigration from both New York City [24] and China [25]. The area acquired a bad reputation from exaggerated reports of opium dens and slum housing. In the late 19th century and early 20th century, a significant amount of Chinese emigration to North America originated from four counties called Sze Yup , located west of the Pearl River Delta in Guangdong province, making Toishanese a dominant variety of the Chinese language spoken in Chinatowns in Canada and the United States. By contrast, most Chinatowns in the past had been largely inhabited by Chinese from southeastern China. Many Chinese found jobs working for large companies seeking a source of labor, most famously as part of the Central Pacific [18] on the Transcontinental Railroad. Some "official" Chinatowns have Chinese populations much lower than that. The commercial shipping line created strong trade links between the cities of Shanghai , Hong Kong and Liverpool, mainly in the importation of silk, cotton and tea. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The development of most Chinatowns typically resulted from mass migration to an area without any or with very few Chinese residents. As a result, many existing Chinatowns have become pan-Asian business districts and residential neighborhoods. Several alternate English names for Chinatown include China Town generally used in British and Australian English , The Chinese District , Chinese Quarter , and China Alley an antiquated term used primarily in several rural towns in the western United States for a Chinese community; some of these are now historical sites. Notable early examples outside Asia include San Francisco 's Chinatown in the United States and Melbourne 's Chinatown in Australia, which were founded in the midth century during the California gold rush and Victoria gold rush , respectively. Some Chinatowns are indeed just one single street, such as the relatively short Fisgard Street in Victoria , British Columbia , Canada. As conditions in China have improved in recent decades, many Chinatowns have lost their initial mission, which was to provide a transitional place into a new culture. The history of Chinatowns was not always peaceful, especially when labor disputes arose. Today, Chinatown, Chicago is one of the few Chinatown neighborhoods in the United States that has shielded gentrification and has seen a continued growth of Chinese residents. Paifang in Buenos aires , Argentina. For example, the Chinatown in Philadelphia has a sizeable non-Chinese population residing within the community. France received a large settlement of Chinese immigrant laborers, mostly from the city of Wenzhou , in the Zhejiang province of China. Chinese Garden of Friendship, part of Sydney Chinatown. Paifang in Philadelphia. The long-neglected Chinatown in Havana, Cuba , received materials for its paifang from the People's Republic of China as part of the Chinatown's gradual renaissance. A major component of many Chinatowns is the family benevolent association, which provides some degree of aid to immigrants. The first appearance of a Chinatown outside Singapore may have been in , in a book by the Rev. In the case of Lillooet, British Columbia, Canada, China Alley was a parallel commercial street adjacent to the town's Main Street, enjoying a view over the river valley adjacent and also over the main residential part of Chinatown, which was largely of adobe construction. Construction of these red arches is often financed by local financial contributions from the Chinatown community. By the late s, refugees and exiles from the Vietnam War played a significant part in the redevelopment of Chinatowns in developed Western countries. In , the events of September 11 have resulted in a mass migration of about 14, Chinese workers from Manhattan's Chinatown to Montville, Connecticut , due to the fall of the garment industry and workers transitioning to casino jobs fueled by the development of the Mohegan Sun casino. Gate of Chinatown, Portland , Oregon. Racial tensions flared when lower-paid Chinese workers replaced white miners in many mountain-area Chinatowns, such as in Wyoming with the Rock Springs Massacre. Melaka in Portuguese colonial period, for instance, had a large number of Chinese population in Campo China. Chinese Temple in Yokohama Chinatown , Japan. Chinatown, Boston looking towards the paifang. The New York metropolitan area , consisting of New York City , Long Island , and nearby areas within the states of New York , New Jersey , Connecticut , and Pennsylvania , is home to the largest Chinese American population of any metropolitan area within the United States and the largest Chinese population outside of China, enumerating an estimated , in [27] and including at least 12 Chinatowns. Historically, these gateways were donated to a particular city as a gift from the Republic of China and People's Republic of China , or local governments such as Chinatown, San Francisco , and business organizations. Hatfield, who applied the term to the Chinese part of the main settlement on the remote South Atlantic island of St. The Tang Dynasty was a zenith of the Chinese civilization, after which some Chinese call themselves. Many have their own facilities. The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association is among the largest umbrella groups of benevolent associations in the North America, which branches in several Chinatowns. The trend for emergence of these types of natural enclaves is on the decline with the exceptions being the continued growth and emergence of newer Chinatowns in Queens and Brooklyn in New York City , only to be replaced by newer "Disneyland-like" attractions, such as a new Chinatown that will be built in the Catskills region of New York. Binondo in Manila , established in , is recognized as the world's oldest Chinatown. Paifangs usually have special inscriptions in Chinese. The Chinese population engaged in business which catered to the Chinese sailors who frequented the Docklands. The Australian gold rushes also saw the development of a Chinatown in Sydney , at first around the Rocks, near the docks, but it has moved twice, first in the s to the east side of the Haymarket area, near the new markets, then in the s concentrating on the west side, [21] and Chinatown, Sydney is now centred on Dixon Street. All traces of Chinatown and China Alley there have disappeared, despite a once large and prosperous community. Continuing significant immigration from Mainland China , both legal [28] [29] and illegal [30] in origin, has spurred the ongoing rise of the Chinese American population in the New York metropolitan area; this immigration continues to be fueled by New York's status as an alpha global city, its high population density, its extensive mass transit system, and the New York metropolitan area's enormous economic marketplace. The first Chinatown in London was located in the Limehouse area of the East End of London [22] at the start of the 20th century. Trading centres populated predominantly by Chinese men and their native spouses have long existed throughout Southeast Asia. A more modern example, in Montville, Connecticut , was caused by the displacement of Chinese workers in the Manhattan Chinatown following the September 11th attacks in Oxford Dictionaries defines "Chinatown" as " It was initially referred to as a Chinatown but was subsequently renamed due to the influx of non-Chinese Asian Americans who opened businesses there.