Walking on the Snow Day in Chinatown Ottawa Ontario Canada, Winter Wander, Asian Culture

Walking on the Snow Day in Chinatown Ottawa Ontario Canada, Winter Wander, Asian Culture
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I love to walk in the snow more than in the rain. As the snow falls gently from the sky, the world transforms into a winter wonderland. It’s a magical experience to see the snow blanketing the trees, streets and buildings creating a picturesque setting, feel the snowflake melt in your hand, and listen to the crunch of snow underfoot.

Join me on a walk-through Chinatown in Ottawa Canada to get in the culture of Asia.

Ottawa’s Chinatown is located along Somerset Street west of downtown Ottawa, between Centretown and Little Italy (just west of Bronson Avenue). In the early 20th century, the area that is now Chinatown was home to mostly working-class Irish and Italian immigrants, while the local Chinese population was scattered throughout downtown. After the First World War, Chinese immigrants set up businesses along Somerset Street West. When Ottawa welcomed thousands of Vietnamese refugees in 1979, many settled in the area. Through the 1990s and 2000s, the neighborhood developed an official identity and was eventually designated as the Chinatown Business Improvement Area. A beautiful Chinatown Gateway, or Royal Arch, was unveiled in 2010 as a joint project with Beijing, Ottawa’s sister city. (https://ottawatourism.ca/en/about-ott…)

In Chinatown, you can taste sushi, pho, ramen or dim sum at the many Asian restaurants. The Ottawa Asian Fest takes place in July in Chinatown. It is a great time to experience the exotic culture, flavors, and performance during the event.

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