Spanish, Polish, and Chinese are the most spoken languages in Chicago other than English.
February 24 at 1:32 PM
Unlike other US cities which restricted their living situation, many early Chinese immigrants in Chicago chose to disperse themselves across the city to avoid being "targets of hostility."
December 28 at 2:25 PM
Early Chinese immigrants to Chicago lived in the Loop's Chinatown, along Clark between Van Buren and Harrison. It wasn't until 1910 that Chinatown moved to its current location in Armour Square.
December 20 at 2:08 PM
Due to harsh and imbalanced immigration laws, Chicago's Chinese immigrant community was largely male. In 1910, only 3.6% of Chinese immigrants were women.
December 18 at 1:42 PM
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