There are many markets and shops-- including restaurants. I really wanted to go to the museum/cultural center, but it was closed, both on Sunday afternoon and on Monday. The restaurants were numerous, and most were so authentic as to barely offer menus in English. I enjoyed the busy energy, but would have appreciated a little more context to what I was seeing-- either by touring the museum or with increased signage. That being said-- this is a real Asian community-- not a tourist attraction, so they may have all the tourists they want... It was a fun diversion, but left me craving a bit more info.
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