Chicago’s Chinatown | The Columbia Chronicle

Chinatown is an ethnic-Chinese neighborhood located on the South Side. Besides authentic Chinese food, there are murals depicting history of Chinese immigrants in United States.

Small businesses in the neighborhood offer local Chinese herbs, teas, grocery products and handicrafts. Chinatown has a neighborhood school called St. Therese Chinese Catholic School, 247 W 23 St., which is mostly attended by students of Chinese descent.

It is easily accessible by the Cermak-Chinatown station on the 95 bound CTA Red line.