This time at a DIFFERENT location there being so much to see and learn about Chinatown. Our illustrious hostess Ling will lead the way and share more about this area's rich culture and history. Emphasis will be on the oldest Chinese American history - 1. oppression via local San Francisco ordinances over a hundred years ago and challenged all the way to to the U.S. Supreme Court 2. Impact of 1906 earthquake on immigration 3. Economic niches created and occupied by the Chinese. Bring $2 cash to sustain operation of the oldest temple in North America. Bring $20 cash for lunch fund. We will feast with abandon on haute Cantonese cuisine - shrimp with shell on, Peking duck, and signature dim sum dishes. Back in the day, Chinese New Year would be celebrated from 2/10 to 3/10/13. Harmony is treasured by the Chinese and demanded in new year. Bring your best self and make a point to talk to every person.
The walking tour will start at The Dragon Archway ornate gate entry to Chinatown at Intersection of Bush Street and Grant Avenue.
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