Stop by San Francisco’s Chinatown at American Income Life Convention




American Income Life Convention

Are you heading to American Income Life Convention in San Francisco this summer? While you’re visiting and taking in all the gorgeous sights that San Francisco has to offer, be sure to swing by the oldest Chinatown in North America* on Grant Avenue and Stockton Street.

Explore Chinatown with American Income Life

San Francisco’s Chinatown was originally established in the 1850’s when it became a major port of entry for immigrants from southern China. Since then, the area has grown into the largest Chinese community outside of Asia and one of the most densely populated locations in the U.S. After stepping through the intricately decorated gateway, visitors can find the streets packed with colorful artwork, breathtaking architecture, and an eclectic range of shops.  Chinatown is also where many Westernized Chinese meals were first created, so naturally, there are plenty of great restaurants to choose from.

Plan for Chinatown at American Income Life Convention

There are still a few months left until American Income Life Convention hits San Francisco. If you’ve qualified to attend, then you should definitely head over to Chinatown while you’re there and check out the intriguing culture on display. What are you most looking forward to seeing at American Income Life Convention? Let us know in the comments below!

*source: http://www.sanfranciscochinatown.com/

About Jonathan Fincher

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