Tag Archives: Chinatown
Huell Howser presents a documentary film by Carol Kwan. The film presents the Chinese culture along with the celebration of Chinese New Year in Chinatown, Los Angeles, California.
Asian Noodles is a restaurant on the southern edge of Chinatown which calls its menu “Manila fusion.” Not only does Huell sample the wonderful food, but he is also treated to a fashion show outside hosted by one of the waiters (who is also a designer). Asian Noodles 643 N. Spring St. Los Angeles, CA Continue Reading »
When people think of water in Los Angeles, they think of William Mulholland and the movie CHINATOWN, but in this episode Huell literally uncovers the very first irrigation ditch in Los Angeles. Started in 1781 and in use till the early 1900’s, Huell meets up with a couple of amateur archaeologists who have uncovered a Continue Reading »
At one time it was a thriving community within a community on our state’s central coast. Several hundred people who had traveled from a far away land in search of opportunities in this new state called California. They worked on ranches and farms and built the railroads. They ran small shops and stores and raised Continue Reading »