YourWonderfulTeacher We enjoyed seeing the statue of the Buddha surrounded by lotus flowers.
YourWonderfulTeacher This is a mural of a dragon painted by renowned Chinese-American artist Tyrus Wong.
YourWonderfulTeacher We saw a statue of famous martial artist Bruce Lee.
YourWonderfulTeacher We heard about the medicinal uses of Chinese herbs.
YourWonderfulTeacher The five-story Hop Louie Restaurant pagoda — originally built in 1941 to house the Golden Pagoda Restaurant — is yet another instantly recognizable pagoda style building in Chinatown.
YourWonderfulTeacher We tossed pennies into the fountain to wish for wealth, prosperity or health.
YourWonderfulTeacher Tian Hou Gong in Chinese, is a Taoist temple in Los Angeles Chinatown. It is a popular site for worship and tourism in the Los Angeles area.
YourWonderfulTeacher There was a statue with incense as we entered.
YourWonderfulTeacher The temple is especially festive before and after Chinese New Year.
YourWonderfulTeacher People come to the temple to give thanks for the past year by burning incense and offering items such as roast pig, fruit, and flowers.
YourWonderfulTeacher We also enjoyed the koi tank.
YourWonderfulTeacher We finished our wonderful tour, at the Golden Dragon restaurant.
YourWonderfulTeacher We ate dumplings, rice, noodles, chicken, egg roles, coconut pudding and fortune cookies.
YourWonderfulTeacher There was a magician.
YourWonderfulTeacher He could juggle and ride a unicycle.
YourWonderfulTeacher We had an amazing time! What was your favorite part? Gung hay fat choy!
YourWonderfulTeacher On Thursday second grade visited Chinatown in downtown Los Angeles.
YourWonderfulTeacher New Chinatown. now often referred to as “Old Chinatown” — opened on June 25, 1938.
YourWonderfulTeacher It was built in response to the demolition of Los Angeles’ original Chinatown on the present site of Union Station.
YourWonderfulTeacher Peter Soo Hoo, a Chinese-American engineer, together with Herbert Lapham, a Santa Fe Railroad agent, organized the project.
YourWonderfulTeacher We learned so much from our tour guides.