Chinatown
 

Chinatown

San Francisco Chinatown[a] is one of the larger chinatowns outside of China itself. More about it on Wikipedia[b].

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California 2006, Chinatown

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California 2006, Chinatown

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California 2006, Chinatown

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California 2006, Chinatown

2006-09-30 21:18

California 2006, Chinatown

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California 2006, Chinatown

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California 2006, Chinatown

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California 2006, Chinatown

Judge Lillian Sing (...) made history when she was appointed as the first Chinese American woman judge in 1981. Serving as a judge for 22 years, Judge Sing held almost every type of assignment in both criminal and civil courts, and also pioneered Drug Court, where drug addicted persons receive treatment and counseling, before retiring from the bench last year.

- Asian American Bar Association

(You can read more about her using the Wayback Machine[c].) Apparently she didn't like retirement and campaigned to get back. How did she do? She won.[d]

The gate to Chinatown. The area known as Chinatown isn't walled in any way, but there is still a gate.

2006-09-30 20:29

California 2006, Chinatown