San Francisco Chinatown is open for business. In case you wonder, Chinatown is the most densely populated neighborhood with the least infected rate of COVID-19. Now every weekend until September 20, three blocks of Grant Avenue will stay closed to vehicular traffic for pedestrians shopping convenience and dinning pleasure. What are you waiting for?

Check out the result of almost two dozen contestants' exciting drawings that showcase San Francisco Chinatown community's can-do spirit. Through their artwork students from 8 to 12 join us in saying, "We're in this together fighting the Coronavirus and giving our thumbs up to the community restaurants and businesses."

As a partner of SF Travel and funded by the City and County of San Francisco, the San Francisco Chinatown Information Visitor Center (SFCVIC) offers a free guided walking tour of Chinatown. SFCVIC aims to provide participants an experience that pays tribute to popular cultural heritage and century-old institutions closely associated with civic engagement

Chinatown Visitor Information Center, teaming up with Sing Tao Daily (San Francisco’s best-selling Chinese newspaper) , and Chinese Radio (AM1400), took part in the 2020 Chinese New Year Street Fair on Grant Avenue in Chinatown on Saturday and Sunday of February 8th and 9th., and provided shopping and sight-seeing tips for tourists.   Our bamboo flute musician Sam Tsang and 2019

Date: September 7, 8 2019 Time:  Brunch Session: 11:00AM – 2:00PM Afternoon Session: 2:30PM - 5:30PM Evening Session: 6:00PM – 9:00PM Address: 744 Washington Street, San Francisco (near Portsmouth Square) Ticket: $68 each Children aged 6-15: $38 Children aged 5 and under: FREE Join us for a brunch, afternoon or evening session of live entertainment, cultural performances, Moon Festival activities,and

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