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Chinatown in Boston is a place of excitement, culture, history, and more. But above everything, Chinatown is a sliver of another world in the middle of American history. Tourists from across the globe head to Chinatown to experience Asian culture. With Boston’s Chinatown being the third largest gathering of Chinese Americans—after Manhattan and San Francisco—it is one place where the dynamism of Boston and the diversity of the USA is on display. You have to check it out.

The People and Places of Chinatown

Chinatown is not just the home of Chinese immigrants. There are people from all around the world dwelling in Chinatown. As of 2010, the population of Chinatown was just under 4,500 people. Between 2000 and 2010, the Caucasian population increased by an astounding 241.7%, and the black population rose as well. However, with the increase of housing and gentrification, more and more families are moving into Chinatown. 

Presently, the Asian population makes up around 51% of the residents in Chinatown, followed by 41.7% White, 38.1% Hispanic and Latino, 2.8% Black, and 2.7% mixed race. The highest ethnic group is Chinese (43.75%), followed by Irish (9.65%). Dozens of other ethnicities dwell within Chinatown as well. 

Due to the high concentration of Chinese Americans, Chinatown is a place where cultural events happen throughout the year. The most notable are the Chinese New Year celebration, the August Moon Festival, and the Lion Dance Festival. The biggest, however, is the August Moon Festival, when traditional food is served up from street vendor booths and there are all kinds of live performances, such as martial arts displays, folk dancing, and more. 

The History of Chinatown

The first thing people learn about Boston’s Chinatown is that it was built atop a landfill. While the remains of the landfill can no longer be seen, it was the beginning of an originally low-cost zone within the city that allowed for many immigrants to move into Boston in the 1840s. 

Around 1875, Chinese laundries were popping up and more laborers were coming from abroad to work in shoe factories. The first Chinese restaurant, Hong Far Low, also opened up at this time. In the 1880s and 1890s, the demand for Chinese laborers increased exponentially as more and more construction needed to be done. Since the population consisted mainly of men, the Exclusion Act of 1882 was amended to allow for the wives and children of the workers to emigrate from China. 

However, in the late 1950s and beyond, the land was taken from Chinatown for several construction projects, such as the Mass Pike Extension. Hundreds of families were forced into the streets without anywhere to go. Fortunately, Chinatown recovered as many clothing manufacturers relocated to Chinatown, eventually becoming the historical garment district. 

Chinatown Today

These days, Chinatown is undergoing gentrification, and a lot is rapidly changing—but the spirit remains. The tight-knit neighborhood is now one of the most popular spots in Boston. Locals and tourists alike visit for traditional Chinese items and ethnic food. It is the perfect place to seek out Beijing-style street food, Peking duck, Cantonese barbecue, and much more. 

Some of the best restaurants to try out include China King, where you can get authentic roast duck and duck soup; Empire Garden Restaurant, a brilliantly designed building where the steamed pork buns are mouthwatering; Kaze Shabu Shabu, where you can get Japanese food; New Dong Khanh, the place to go for Vietnamese; and Penang, a restaurant that serves a little bit of everything—Indian, Chinese, Malaysian, Thai, and more. 

You should also check out the main attractions, such as the Hayden Building. Constructed in 1875, the Hayden Building is on the National Historic Register and has a lot of historical artifacts for viewing. Another place is the grocery store, Kam Man Foods, where you can find goods shipped directly from China.Don’t forget to check out Chinatown during the festivals, either! You don’t want to miss the Lion Dance. 

In short, Chinatown is a must-see place in Boston. The neighborhood is the third-largest Chinatown in America and is a hotbed of diversity. You can get good food and learn a great deal of history about Boston. Don’t pass it up!

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Perhaps you’re a busy Chinatown parent, trying to juggle the kids’ dance recitals and soccer practice on top of vacuuming and doing the dishes at home. Or maybe you’re a business professional or CEO who doesn’t have the time to deal with dust and dirt when you return home from a long day at work. Or possibly you may have a disabled relative or elderly parent who could use a helping hand around the house.

When you’re searching for a dependable home cleaner in Chinatown, don’t look any further. You can rest easy by choosing Patriot Maids to refer the very best house cleaner for your family. All house cleaners are background checked, come with 2 to 3 years’ experience, and fully equipped to handle any cleaning task. You can arrive at home knowing that your house has been cleaned by a qualified team of professionals and will shine from top to bottom.

Patriot Maids is Chinatown’s premier maid referral agency. Whether you’re looking for a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or just a one-time deep clean, we make sure you’re able to have the same referred cleaner every single time. They’ll even remember your pets’ names!

ABOUT THE COMPANY

Founded in 2018, Patriot Maids is a locally owned and operated cleaning referral agency in Chinatown, Boston, Massachusetts that functions as a matchmaker between clients and house cleaning services. We offer customizable residential home cleaning service referrals in Boston and surrounding areas. Referral agencies reduce costs for customers while raising the income of workers by sending jobs to independent cleaners who register under contract.

The independent cleaning professionals work to their own schedule, utilize their own acquired knowledge to complete jobs, and provide their own transportation. Depending on the needs of the customer, supplies, and equipment are provided by either the customer or the worker. The workers offer professional cleaning services, as requested by the customer, at the lowest possible cost.

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