Chinatown is actually Taiwantown, but everything you eat is cheap and cheap!! It's such a fine day on the road! Ha ha ha
Personally, I think Boston's Chinatown is better than New York's Chinatown because it seems more orderly and hygienic. The plan is also quite good. There are many restaurants in it, and the price is more economical. The memorial archway is built by Taiwanese people. We can find many things with cultural connotations. It's not particularly crowded at 4 or 5 p.m.
Boston Chinatown is relatively small. The entrance is Sun Yat-sen's big character, which shows Mr. Sun's status in Chinese people. Grandpa and Grandma are playing chess and cards in the entrance park, just like a miniature of China. They haven't eaten rice for many days. Today, they ate a fast food, three dishes, one soup, six yuan and five yuan. It's a great deal, cheap and delicious. Some foreign students also like to come here.
I came to Boston in the winter, so cold that I had no friends. When you come to Chinatown for dinner in the evening, it seems that you have returned to China. Hot pot is the best way to keep out the cold. Many Chinese restaurants and supermarkets in Chinatown are staffed by Chinese people.
Boston Chinatown left me the deepest impression that it was crowded and that restaurant had to wait in line for any meal. The streets are poorly sanitary, cigarette ends and scraps are everywhere on the ground, and the streets are messy. This contrasts sharply with the rest of Boston.
This is a decent size of Chinatown. I believe this is the third largest Chinatown in the United States, behind New York and San Francisco. There are many Asian (not just Chinese) restaurants. It's not so crowded. I think it's much cleaner than New York's Chinatown. It's easy to get there by train.
Buying a bus ticket to New York and finding Chinatown close by always feels like a scenic spot can't be missed. It gives me the feeling that it's a little dirty and old. Maybe many Taiwanese plaques here are under the Party flag and the American flag. A lot of shops did not open earlier, but found many cakes shops and even pearl milk tea. I find San Francisco's Chinatown more interesting than here.
Boston Chinatown is too small and there are not many shops, especially the archway with Taiwan's national flag, which is a bit uncomfortable.