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Chinese Resident's Street

As the unique nation without a China Town, the Chinese residents of Korea mainly worked in the Chinese restaurants and the many Chinese residents that came to work in the construction industry during the early 20th century, came to settle down where Jongno is today.

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Next to Jongno Street

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Chinese Resident's Association, Chinese Primary School, Catholic Laborer Hall

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Chinese Resident's Association_
High Quality 2-Story Red Brick Building

The Chinese Resident's Association moved to the present 2-story red brick building in 1947. At the time, the Chinese Residents of Daegu collected funds to purchase this building which was the home of wealthy SEO Byung-jo built in the 1900s. The building of Chinese Resident's Association is high in architectural value and visitors can view the Chinese paintings, accessories and photographs when entering the 2nd floor. There is a bronze statue next to the building and on it, there are words to remind the residents not to forget their heritage.

Catholic Laborer Hall_Resting Place of Philippine Laborers

As the building in front of the entrance to the Chinese Resident's Association, a n unusual scene occurs every Sunday. Many Philippine workers attend the Mass and open a quick market to buy and sell Philippine products on the front yard.

Chinese Primary School_Ni Hao Ma(Hello)

After its opening in 1943, the Chinese Primary School of Daegu has operated Chinese classes to the Chinese residents with the national textbooks of Taiwan. Although there were more than 200 students in the 70s, there is only 70 students at the present time. The Jung-gu Office has established and is operating the classes for the Chinese language to continue its operations of quality education since September 1st of 2007. Call (053)255-4273 for more information.

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