"Chinatown" is just a name for Asian themed eat street. It will be a tourist attraction and will activate Southport.
A lot of Chinese men here also have strange attitudes toward women: won't marry anyone over 30, divorced women are ignored, girl must be a virgin,etc, unrealistic and stupid thinking.
If a women is 28 or over in China she is sheng nv ( maybe sheng nu ) in pin yin, it means "leftover woman". They are considered to be useless here and are not marriageable.
Anyway, no, I don't hate Chinese people, I just don't like many Chinese attitudes, and I don't like the way their society is progressing and the lack of compassion one sees here ( to people, and even worse to animals )
You obviously haven't been to Chinatown.You try telling a Korean, or Japanese that they can go put their shop in Chinatown and watch the reaction. They aren't the same and they don't really get along.
I don't think you can force them to go?Definitely starting to look like real paifangs now! I'm curious, do you have any idea when the non-Asian related stores on the eastern side of Young St will go? It doesn't really make sense to walk past these paifangs and then see denture clinics and adult stores...