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    Chinatown of San Francisco There are many Chinatown in this world, and the Chinatown of San Francisco has much historical significance; The Chinatown of San Francisco is the largest Chinatown in the United States, the largest community of Chinese Americans outside of China. Today I want to write about the of San Francisco base on my personal experience because there are many historic things I can illustrate. Before I started traveling this field trip, I did some researches carefully in San Francisco city

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    located in London, UK, Chinatown may be located in Australia, also Chinatown may be located in New York. Whereas, today I want to write about the Chinatown of San Francisco, because there are many historic things I can illustrate. The Chinatown of San Francisco has much historical significance. “The Chinese who immigrants in San Francisco, who came firstly from the city of Zhongshan and Thasishan regions of Guangdong province of mainland China, they did not want to live in a poor place, and they

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    What is it like to go to San Francisco As I egress out of the San Francisco International airport I find myself in an entirely contradictory environment from which I had recently departed. This difference becomes apparent when I leave the regulated atmosphere of the terminal, when I am confronted with the smell of the ocean and the remarkable difference in temperature. I quickly shuck my coat and sweat shirt, revealing my t-shirt underneath. I smell the ocean and feel a swift breeze. My experience

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    San Francisco Confidential is a collection of short stories that focus on the major events that have helped shape the city to the concrete jungle it is now. The author orders the events chronologically, starting off with the bloody gold rush. He quickly progresses through the story, describing how people began prostitution as a source of income when gold was not found. Then it evolves to city officials murdering each other, the hippie era, drugs, alcohol, and sex scandals. Later, as the city becomes

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    attractions of the San Francisco Bay area, there is a peculiar park within the city. This park is contoured by walls, but presents several gates, that are permanently open. Seems that the park is a mini town, inside San Francisco, for behind those walls there are many amenities originally built as residence, hospital, schools, offices. This is the Park Presidio of San Francisco. The original Presidio was an area of about 3 square miles located between the city of San Francisco and the Pacific Ocean

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    bleached seas of fog finally began rolling back and exposing the ghostly monoliths of steel and glass, complimented by the vaguely red bridge on the edge of the city that stretched into the thicket of mist like a pathway to eternal salvation. San Francisco had always been a haunted city; a city of tragic fires, earthquakes, and a feverish lust for gold, spurred on by the constant hum that seemed to make up the very fabric of the land. It was a city of hope and courage, a beacon of civilization and

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    The San Francisco Bay was stumbled upon by Spanish soldiers in 1769. Upon the time of its discovery, the Bay and the San Francisco Estuary traversed 500 square miles consisting of open water as well as another 850 square miles of fresh and salt water marsh. There was beautiful scenery along with the existence of various species in the beginning of its discovery. Various types of species included sea otters, whales, large salmon, mussels and oysters, large flocks of geese and duck, as well as shorebirds

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    prison not many escape and many get caught, some never get seen again. Some are surrounded by water, fences, or even mountains. Even with the most protected place, people can still break out. One of most famous breakouts was Alcatraz Escape in San Francisco . The Inmates June 11, 1962 is when three inmates broke out of a highly guarded prison. Frank Morris, John and Clarence Anglin are the clever inmates. John and Clarence were born into a huge family, they their parents were regular farm workers

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    San Francisco is a relatively unique city when it comes to surrounding geology and geography. San Francisco is located on a peninsula and the city limits define a seven by seven mile square (approximately 49 miles). The city is surrounded on the West by the Pacific Ocean, the North by the Golden Gate Strait, and the East by the San Francisco Bay. The San Francisco Peninsula pushes itself into the San Francisco Bay, which is a conglomerate of smaller, interconnected bays bordering the larger cities

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    Conclusion: San Francisco Today and Tomorrow Today, in the 21st century, San Francisco is a very well diverse economy, with developed services, tourist attractions, and friendly industries. The city has been also known to be heavily activist and has been known as the “Left Coast City” in the world (Brabazon, 2011, p. 43). Throughout San Francisco, business has shaped its economy. San Francisco vibrant business community benefits from a range of business incentives (“Business”). Many business investors

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