Welcome To Chinatown, San Francisco

By Sam Nubile

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Languages You Must Speak or Learn

In Chinatown, you must know or learn a few languages.


1. English. This is very important. In the United States, almost everybody speaks English. Even if you know a little Chinese, you must learn English. If you decide to move out of Chinatown, or go on a trip, this will be the main language spoken.


2. Mandarin (Simplified.) This is also quite important. In Chinatown, the second most spoken language is this. Mandarin is more common than Cantonese, and thus you must know this. Chinese signs and letters will be written in this language, so again; it is very important to learn and understand Mandarin.


3. Finally, Cantonese. Another version of Chinese, you might see this language around Chinatown. Though it is not as common as the other languages listed, it is still important to learn, or at the least, understand a few common words or phrases.

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Tips for not being beaten up by Master Wang's students!

  1. Do not engage in any conversation. Ignore them, pretend they are not there.
  2. Do not compete with them if possible.
  3. Do not say anything that promotes communism. You will get personally beaten up by Master Wang, or possibly chased.
  4. Never go anywhere alone. If chased, seek shelter.


These are some tips to make sure you stay safe. Master Wang's students mean well, but sometimes; you can end up in a sticky situation! Follow these tips, and you will be fine!

Golden Dragon Parade

Tuesday, Feb. 21st 2017 at 12pm

Chinatown, San Francisco, CA, United States

San Francisco, CA

There are a lot of events in Chinatown, San Francisco. One of the main events coming up is the Golden Dragon Parade, which will be taking place through the streets from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM!

Chinese New Year

Saturday, Jan. 28th 2017 at 12pm

Chinatown, San Francisco, CA, United States

San Francisco, CA

A traditional event that happens once a year! Celebrate with everyone in Chinatown, and be thankful that another year has started!

Red Envelope Craft

Friday, Jan. 20th 2017 at 4:30pm

Chinatown, San Francisco, CA, United States

San Francisco, CA

During the Chinese New Year, children are traditionally given money gifts placed in red envelopes. Craft your own at this event!

Chinese Restaurants in The Area

Translations

If you find yourself in a situation where you need to speak to someone who does not know English, or you have a bad memory; you might find this handy.


I am hungry: 我饿了

Please: 请

Where is the bathroom: 洗手间在哪里

Thank You: 谢谢

Hello: 你好

Goodnight: 晚安

Chinese Zodiac Guide

Games to keep you occupied.

Here in Chinatown, some games are played, whether you need to pass time or just want to have fun with a friend. I suggest you try some of the classics listed below.
Visit The Chinatown, San Francisco Website Here!

Click on this button to be transported to the Chinatown, San Francisco website. Here, you can stay up-to-date on local events and happenings, as well as learn a little history about Chinatown!