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Chinatown, London: Quiz


Question 1: The area began to become known through exaggerated reports and tales of (legal) ________ dens and slum housing, rather than the Chinese restaurants and supermarkets in the current Chinatown.

Question 2: ________ - for more information about how and why Chinatowns developed
Chinatowns in AsiaChinatowns in Canada and the United StatesChinatownChinatown, Manhattan

Question 3: Samuel Johnson and ________ met at the Turk's Head Tavern to found The Club dining club in 1764.
Charles BurneyOliver GoldsmithJames BoswellJoshua Reynolds

Question 4: However, much of the area was damaged by aerial bombing during ________ in the Second World War, although a number of elderly Chinese still choose to live in this area.
Rotterdam BlitzThe BlitzLondonStrategic bombing during World War II

Question 5: After the Second World War, however, the growing popularity of Chinese cuisine and an influx of immigrants from ________ led to an increasing number of Chinese restaurants being opened elsewhere.
Hong KongMacauUnited StatesPhilippines

Question 6: ________ lived for a while at 43 Gerrard Street[5].
DemosthenesJohn DrydenTheseusPlutarch

Question 7: The present Chinatown is in the Soho area of the ________, occupying the area in and around Gerrard Street.
City of LondonCity of WestminsterLondonGreater London

Question 8: The name ________ has been used at different times to describe different places in London.
Chinatowns in Canada and the United StatesChinatown, ManhattanChinatownChinatowns in Asia

Question 9: The first area in London known as Chinatown was located in the Limehouse area of the ________.
Bow, LondonEast End of LondonLondon Borough of Tower HamletsIsle of Dogs

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