On the way to the Cathedral of Notre Dame, in order to find a parking lot, I found Chinatown next to it. The Chinese archway with red walls and yellow tiles declares to the world that it is a gathering place for Chinese people. In Toronto, I live in Chinatown, and Toronto has a large number of Chinese, so I feel the Chinatown here is very pocket-sized, but sparrows are small and full of internal organs. All kinds of stores come one after another, such as vegetable and fruit grocery stores, fish and meat stores, restaurants, hotels, travel agencies, insurance companies, Chinese bookstores, small gift shops, jewelry shops, pharmacies, daily necessities stores, tea shops, etc. Chinese crafts are dazzling, and native products are on the shelves. From daily necessities, from the famous Chinese wine Wuliangye, the monkey trump jasmine tea in Hunan, to the soy sauce in Guangzhou, the vinegar in Zhenjiang, and even the Guangdong "Wang Laoji" to basically meet the needs of life. All kinds of restaurants, mostly Cantonese cuisine, other Vietnamese cuisine, Southeast Asia is also mixed in. Seeing the dog ignore, little sheep, the heart silently want to laugh, will not be a Shanzhai bar. Horizontal and vertical plaques, advertisements and shop names written in Chinese, English and French, give people a sense of time and space staggering.
Montreal, located on the small island in southwestern Quebec, Canada, is a small, clean and tidy place with a thriving catering industry, especially Chinese restaurants. It is also a place worth visiting. It is prosperous, romantic and one of the oldest cities in Canada. It is a veritable Chinese city, four ancient cities. The classic Chinese Painted Architecture, like its four gates in the east, west, north and south, is very distinctive...
It's much smaller than New York City's Chinatown, but as good as we've seen in Beijing. Every time we come to the city, we will come here for a walk and taste the bubble tea. We must try three-milk cake and strawberries sprinkled with foam, which will never disappoint you.
It was noon when I came down from the Bell Tower in Laogang. I bought a 10-inch pizza and took a short break in the Street Park. Then I walked into the nearby Chinatown for a stroll. The size of Chinatown here is small. The street is dominated by small restaurants, most of the pedestrian customers are Chinese, and most of them are Cantonese. It seems that business is very light. It feels like a commercial street in a small city in China. It's boring!
Montreal is a French-speaking community, so there are fewer Chinese in Montreal than in Vancouver and Toronto, so the Chinatown is not very big. But the popularity is good, there are many Chinese restaurants around, and the buildings are old buildings with a very emotional atmosphere.
I spent a few days in Canada, although the food was good, but I always wanted to eat Chinese food. I just visited Chinatown in Montreal. Although this road is not long, Chinese restaurants are quite diversified. People with Chinese stomach like me remember to check in.
Beautiful and moving China Town, let people miss the beautiful scenery and delicate food! Catenese is a strong and independent language group in Guangdong. Chinatown should be Hong Kong and Guangdong Street!
There are many restaurants in the north, which are rare. Small commodities sold in night markets are like night markets at home. Popular songs of the 1980s and 1990s are playing in stores. Time and space are quite disordered.
Montreal Chinatown is very big. Although most of the people here are French, there are many Chinese. Chinatown is very busy, and all kinds of Chinese restaurants feel like the mainland. The dishes here are also very authentic, even more delicious than in China, and definitely worth visiting and eating.
Some people basically have Chinese people everywhere, so China Town came into being all over the world. However, Chinatown in Europe and the United States is dominated by immigrants from the south. Canonese in Hong Kong, Guangdong Province is the majority. So there are not too many feelings, just Chinese restaurants and seafood pharmacies. Ah, this time Montreal saw Wu Chengen's journey to the west! Very cordial, culture borderless national boundaries