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article image10th annual Toronto Chinatown Festival celebrates Chinese food Special

By Andrew Moran     Aug 28, 2010 in Food
Toronto - At the 10th annual Toronto Chinatown Festival in the downtown core, tens of thousands of visitors had the chance to eat some Chinese cuisine, check out the latest happenings in Toronto and enjoy festivities.
Most major metropolitan cities have a Chinatown. Toronto is no different.
“The way you cut your meat reflects the way you live.” - Confucius
On Saturday, the city of Toronto celebrated the little Chinese town at the 10th annual Toronto Chinatown Festival where more than 100,000 people “celebrate and promote Canada's diverse cultures and communities.”
The cultural event is presented by the Toronto Chinatown Business Improvement Area, which is an organization that tries to increase the economies in various local areas and regions by boosting tourism. The association also raises awareness the positive aspects of multiculturalism.
The yearly event was located on Spadina Avenue between College Street and Queen Street.
Saturday and Sunday’s attractions include Guinness Book of Record's World' largest MoonCake, more than 100 business, political and corporate booths, celebration of Asian art and mythology and different games with prizes.
Chefs cooking.
Chefs cooking.
Chefs cooking.
Chefs cooking.
Chef cooking.
Chef cooking.
A large line up for Chinese food.
A large line up for Chinese food.
The large crowd at the Toronto Chinatown Festival.
The large crowd at the Toronto Chinatown Festival.
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