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Inside America's changing Chinatowns | Family Style


Faced with gentrification and a wave of problems amid the pandemic, including a shocking rise in anti-Asian hate crimes, America's Chinatowns face an uncertain future. Al Roker explores the history of these immigrant enclaves and learns how Americanized Chinese cuisine became a staple on tables across the country. "Family Style" visits the Pekin Noodle Parlor, the oldest Chinese restaurant in the U.S., Far East Cafe in San Francisco and Nice Day Chinese in New York City.