Through a collection of photographs and written journal, this book documents the realisticity of Chinatown in Los Angeles in order to explore the impacts of social modernity, to discover the migrated identities, and to tell an story. The moribund shopping malls, the desolated butcher store, the new faces and skin colors other than yellow are all portrayals from the combination of perspectives, space, compositions, texts, and imageries; leading us to trace the byproduct of a town once flourished with cultural identity of a community and its transition to a popular spot among new generation artists.

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