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New York's Chinatown Disappearing



New York's soaring real estate prices have had a dramatic impact on scores of neighborhoods, including the city's famed Chinatown. The area in lower Manhattan was long a critical base for immigrants' families, but many are leaving as an influx of white professionals and students drive up the cost of housing. Rebecca Valli spoke with residents about the changes. - source: http://www.voanews.com/media/video/1820699.html

Ethnic Neighborhoods in New York's Chinatown Disappear As Rents Rise

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