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Chinatown’s good fortune

New businesses, new customers, and cleanup efforts have helped the neighborhood thrive during an economic downturn

Leo Wang, 25, took a chance on starting his own business, 101 Bakery, on Beach Street in Chinatown. Leo Wang, 25, took a chance on starting his own business, 101 Bakery, on Beach Street in Chinatown.
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By Jenn Abelson
Globe Staff / October 8, 2009

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In the midst of one of the worst economic recessions in decades, Chinatown is experiencing a renaissance. (Full article: 1023 words)

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