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View Poll Results: Most connected to Asia?
San Francisco and the Bay area 17 17.17%
Los Angeles 23 23.23%
NYC 2 2.02%
Seattle 3 3.03%
Vancouver (BC) 26 26.26%
Toronto 5 5.05%
Sydney 5 5.05%
Melbourne 0 0%
Honolulu, Hawaii 12 12.12%
Other 6 6.06%
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Old Posted Feb 12, 2018, 6:06 AM
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Originally Posted by sopas ej View Post
regarding your comment of business signs, services for Asians, etc., being more integrated in SF than in LA, I beg to differ. You go into Hayes Valley, Cow Hollow, Dogpatch, Noe Valley, the Castro... you don't see signs that are only in Chinese for businesses that cater especially to Chinese people.
The Asian population of SF is heavily concentrated in Chinatown, the Tenderloin, the Richmond District and the Sunset District. The Tenderloin tends to be mainly South and Southeast Asians who are mostly poor. The middle class Richmond and Sunset Districts are where you find the wealthier Asians--small businessmen, professionals and so on--but in all these areas there are numerous establishments with signage in Asian languages (many but not all Chinese) and a majority of Asian customers.
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