Signs in English and Chinese dominate the streets in New York's Chinatown. In the eastern part of Manhattan's Chinatown, Fujianese have created a microcosm of Fujian Province with noodle joints, restaurant supply shops and a fish ball factory. Getty Images
Irene Jay Liu, for NPR
This newly built home stands in the Fujian province. Many newly built homes are empty because the owners live in America.
To: TigerLikesRooster; maui_hawaii; tallhappy; Dr. Marten; Jeff Head; Tainan; hedgetrimmer; ...
posted on 11/19/2007 4:30:59 PM PST
(kim jong-il, chia head, ppogri, In Grim Reaper we trust)
Over the past two decades, illegal immigrants from the Fujian Province of China have flooded into New York City's Chinatown.
and immediately donated 2300 bucks to Hillary Clinton.
posted on 11/19/2007 5:00:04 PM PST
When I left NYC about six years ago, the employment part of this (don’t know about the marriage part) was all over the city...just different nationalities. Russians in Brighton Beach, Indians in ElmWoodJack, Koreans in Flushing to name a few neighborhoods.
posted on 11/19/2007 5:01:12 PM PST
(Hillary........brought to you by the PRC)
"even a fish ball factory that makes the Fujianese staple.."
Think I'll stick with Szechuan, Peking, and Hunan.
posted on 11/19/2007 5:15:42 PM PST
(Go ahead, vote for Hunter, you know you want to.)
THAT’s their home? WTF is wrong with their home??
Get the guy from City Wok to build wall with a sign saying “ree crose”.
posted on 11/19/2007 6:47:16 PM PST
To: TigerLikesRooster; BJungNan
posted on 11/19/2007 7:41:10 PM PST
by Dr. Marten
posted on 11/20/2007 5:06:20 AM PST
(just b/c your paranoid, doesn't mean they're NOT out to get you....Run, Fred, Run. :^)
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