Last year in April, Me & Yeahia decided to have a photo walk in Manhattan. I missed the station & get off in an unknown place. The scenario of the station enforced me to take out my camera. I told Yeahia that I'm going to be late. I started to walk through the unknown streets & keep taking pictures. Later I discovered, I was in China Town. The environment, people & sunlight stopped me in places. I spend more than 3 hours & totally forgot to call him.
Anyways he didn't come. I walk through the China Town alone with my camera & the experience that I gathered is phenomenal.
The Manhattan Chinatown is one of nine Chinatown neighborhoods in New York City, as well as one of twelve in the New York metropolitan area, which contains the largest ethnic Chinese population outside of Asia, enumerating an estimated 779,269 individuals as of 2013 In addition, Manhattan's Little Fuzhou (小福州, 紐約華埠), an enclave populated primarily by more recent Chinese immigrants from the Fujian Province of China, is technically considered a part of Manhattan's Chinatown.
Photographer: Rijwanul Hasib
©Rijwanul Hasib | April 2016