Chinatown In Flushing

I went to Flushing to meet my friends on Saturday, although i have been there a couple of times, but they were all very brief. I have to thank my friend for being my guide because i finally understood why my friends always introduce it to me. Chinatown, Flushing, or Flushing Chinatown, in the Flushing area of the NYC borough of Queens. It is one of the largest and fastest growing Chinese enclaves outside of Asia, as well as within New York City itself. The only train serves there is 7, and the last stop is main st. When i got off the station, i thought i was in China, comparing with the Chinatown in Manhattan, there was barely no different races of people, except Asians. Because of locating at Manhattan, The Chinatown over there is more likely to tailor to tourist needs, in other words, it is a scenic spot. Flushing is more like a neighborhood style. So the food over there is 100% typical Chinese food. We went to a restaurant which is famous for spicy lamb noodles, it was so delicious. The name of the restaurant is so complicated, i even don’t know how to pronounce it.

Here it is.


After filling the tank, we went to a sports club and played billiards. Although it was fun, i couldn’t win a single round…



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