fresh coat of paint to newly renovated shops, the vibrant colors and flashy signs adorn every face and corner of the buildings. Once known as “Viet Town,” Orlando’s Mills-50 District is home to diverse Asian culture as well as Asian markets and restaurants. These can also be found alongside tattoo parlors, coffee shops, and even martial arts schools. Although at first sight, the area may seem to be dominated by Vietnamese venues, the previous label as “Viet Town” has been proven to be inaccurate.
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