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Mattress in Chinatown

In the early 1910s, China began to diminish. Los Angeles's corrupted symptoms encourage public opinion on Chinatown. gambling houses, opium wires and violent clashes have dramatically reduced businesses. As tenants and tenants, not immediate owners, residents of Old China were threatening to rebuild, and as a result, owners ignored the protection of their buildings. As a result, the whole territory was sold and then sold as businessmen and developers struggled with it. After more than thirty years, the Supreme Court's decision confirmed the condemnation of this territory to build a Union Rail Station. The residents were evicted to install the Union Station without a Chinatown displacement plan. Kinatao gradually collapsed, as many businesses were unable to do business, some had to close down. The rest of ancient China remained in the early 1950s between Union Station and Old Square. Several businesses and Buddhist temples equated the valley of Ferguson, a narrow street street that passes between Plaza and Alameda. The most prominent part of the surviving buildings was the 1838 Built in an old Lugo home built by an old California family. A few decades later, Lugo's home became the original of the Louvre University of Maryland, and later leased to Chinese Americans who built the first floor shops and the upper house. Christine Sterling, who carried out the projects of Olvera Street and China City, claimed to have witnessed the rest of the buildings in Old China and successfully defended the destruction of all the buildings across the area and the Union Station.

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