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This post may contain affiliate links, what’s that? Click here. Visit Chinatown in Buenos Aires Barrio Chino, or Chinatown in Buenos Aires, may feel miniature in comparison to her sisters in New York, San Francisco or London, but it still has quite a bit to offer. The mini-neighborhood is located within Belgrano, a neighborhood on the north side of the city. The imposing arch below marks the entrance at the intersection of Juramento and Arribeños streets, across the street from the Belgrano C train station. It only occupies about four blocks of Arribeños and branches off this main artery in each direction for a block or two. History of Barrio Chino The Chinatown in Buenos Aires is relatively new, beginning in the 1980’s with the arrival of immigrants to the area. Despite the name Barrio Chino, the majority of the residents are actually Taiwanese. The arch (seen above) was installed in 2009 after being shipped unassembled directly…