In the 13th arrondissement of Paris, China plays a major role: The district in the southeast of the French capital is home to the most famous “Chinatown” in the country. Here, supermarkets are joined by restaurants and decorative stores selling goods from the Far East. The roots of its owners lie in the People’s Republic, as well as in other Asian countries such as Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, i.e. the region that was once colonized by France under the term Indochina.
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