Chinatown, New York City
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Chinatown, New York City may refer to the following neighborhoods that are Chinatowns:
- Chinatown, Manhattan, the city's original Chinatown, and featured in entertainment
- Mott Street, Manhattan's original and older western portion of Chinatown, a.k.a. Manhattan's Little Hong Kong/Guangdong
- Little Fuzhou, the city's new Chinatown in Two Bridges, Manhattan
- East Broadway (Manhattan), Manhattan's newer eastern portion of Chinatown, a.k.a. Manhattan's Little Fuzhou
- Sunset Park, also Brooklyn's Little Fuzhou
- Bensonhurst, also Brooklyn's Little Hong Kong/Guangdong No. 1
- Avenue U, also Brooklyn's Little Hong Kong/Guangdong No. 2
- Flushing, also Mandarin Town or United Regions Of China And Taiwan
- Elmhurst, also Little Mandarin or Little United Regions Of China And Taiwan
- Corona, an annex of Elmhurst Chinatown
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