Manhattan’s Chinatown is home to one of the largest enclaves of Chinese people in the United States. It is also one of the oldest ethnic Chinese neighborhoods outside of Asia. Chinatown’s borders are Broome Street to the North, Allen Street to the East (Lower East Side), Worth Street to the South and Lafayette Street to the West. For those that want to experience a taste of the Chinese culture, Chinatown is a great place for a business to be located. There are many Dim Sum restaurants, Asian grocery stores, seafood markets and inexpensive branded goods for those wishing to experience a taste of Chinese culture. Furthermore, there are Chinese grocery stores and fish stores throughout Chinatown to experience a taste of Chinese cuisine. The Chinese jewelry shop district is also located within Chinatown. There are over 200 Chinese restaurants to truly experience the different types of Chinese food available. Some other attractions are Chatham Square, Columbus Park, Museum of the Chinese in the Americas and the Mahayana Buddhist Temple. Chatham square is a memorial archway in commemoration for all of the Chinese-Americans who died in World War II. Additionally, The Church of the Transfiguration a national historic site, stands within the confines of Chinatown. Chinatown is located very close to Little Italy, another one of Manhattan’s great ethnic neighborhoods. Furthermore, Chinatown is easily accessible. The subways that stop in Chinatown are the 6, N, R, Q, W, B, D, J, M, Z.