In the s, a Chinese community established a foothold in dominated Chinese immigration to New York City; however.
There are multiple Chinatowns in the borough of Queens in New York City. The original Chinese Americans, as a whole, have had a significant tenure in New York City. . The town was dissolved in when Queens became a borough of New York City, and the term "Flushing" today usually refers to a much smaller.
Downtown Flushing is known for its restaurants, bakeries and Asian specialty stores, along with its easy transportation into Manhattan.
Home to the second largest Chinatown in New York City, Flushing, Queens, is a melting pot — or should I say, hot pot — of authentic Asian.