Inglis Street: Chinese Population and Barrington Street
inglis street: It's very small, and as with Chinatowns elsewhere it's not all Chinese -- some of the smattering of businesses specialize in Korean barbecue, Vietnamese pho or Indian groceries, according to CTV. Compared to big-city Chinatowns, it's a blip on the urban landscape. They are the early signs of a fledgling Chinatown. But for a city more accustomed to Irish pubs and fish and chips, this tiny pocket of businesses around where Barrington Street turns sharply into Inglis Street tells the story of a steady flow of newcomers to Halifax from China. What's changing is the number of Chinese immigrants choosing to make it their permanent home. Halifax, a busy port city of about 400,000 and home to several universities, has long had a small Chinese population. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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