Chinatown in Buenos Aires is also a very special place. You can see a lot of fun things here, Chinatown is also very popular, and you can see very rich wooden objects. The environment in Chinatown is also very good.
Chinatown is always crowded on weekends and it is hard to park, but it is really worth a visit. There are lots of Chinese and Japanese food, beautiful supermarkets and many shops selling cheap food. This was a good Sunday and free plan...finally, easy to get to using public transport such as train and bus..
The taste is good for Shanghai taste, not spicy, the boss is good, the uncle with the oil head, the environment is very good, the dinner is starting at 8 o'clock, two meals, free wifi, Koreans and Chinese people come to eat, there are still a lot of Chinese, is the best decorated Chinese restaurant I have in addition to the United States, Some friends said that the springtime was also seen here. Highly recommended, Argentina feels less chaotic than legends, but this area is a rich area. Public security is good, after eating and leaving friends in the evening, it has been 10 o'clock to walk back to the hotel alone.
The farthest Chinatown in China, the farthest from hometown, I think it's a little sad, located in the "Paris of South America" called Buenos Aires, here is also Wang Jiawei's "Spring Lights at the Passage" location, what a vague and sad place
Supermarkets can exchange money at a price close to the black market rate, which is too much money than banks. Chinese dressed in festival costumes, cheering, very enthusiastic local residents joined in, with various dances to express the blessing of life, taste good, but the food in general.