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No New Posts Ching Plaza

The Ching Plaza is the main thoroughfare between the four city blocks that holds all of Chinatown. There is the North-South Ching Plaza, (which is more like a bricked wide roadway) and the West-East Ching Plaza. Neither allows cars of any kind, but on the West side of the West-East entry, is a automatic bollard and card taker, that delivery drivers can use to enter and make their deliveries.

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No New Posts Jade Emperor Restaurant

A restaurant above the standard of your typical chinese takeaway, but nowhere near the fanciness (or horrendous price tag) of Echelon's fine dining menu. Entrees and mains will typically cost anywhere between $12-$25. Lunch menu starting from $10. Open lunch and dinner, seven days a week.

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No New Posts Temple of Shang-Ti

Dedicated to the overseeing deity of the Shang Dynasty, this temple has a ten-foot wall surrounding its gardens and acts as both a barricade and a front gate as the huge double doors set into the wall are always open and lead directly to the temple itself. Lan Bao has made her headquarters here.

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Last post by Malkavian Riddler
in Temple of Shang-Ti
on September 14, 2012, 10:32:41 PM

No New Posts Wan Shang Hao Markets

Mistakenly referred to in English as the Good Night Markets, (the translation is actually 'Good Evening', which works as a greeting, not a goodbye), these markets sell everything from food to clothing and in between.

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Last post by Harlequin
in Re: Overprotective
on September 27, 2012, 07:30:15 AM

No New Posts Zi Wen Herbal Remedies

Upon entering this shop, one is assaulted by the smells of many strange herbs and potions. Zi Wen herself doesn't serve the counter, but has a helpful and knowledgeable clerk at the single register. If someone wants their fortune read, they must proceed through the beaded curtain into the back room, where Zi Wen awaits.

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