Dublin's Chinatown

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Dublin's north inner city contains the most condensed population of Chinese immigrants in the country and is known to many as Dublin's Chinatown.

  • Title
    Chinese Community in Ireland
  • 1st Broadcast
    14/02/2005
  • Contributor
    Diarmuid Peavoy (Reporter)
  • Clip Duration
    00:08:19
  • Material Type
    Video
  • Series title
    Nationwide
  • Clip title
    Dublin's Chinatown
  • Extended description

    With tens of thousands of people of Chinese origin now settled in Ireland 'Nationwide' visits Dublin's Chinatown. The greatest concentration of the Chinese community is in Dublin's north inner city in the area of Moore Street and Parnell Street.

    Life in Dublin's Chinatown emulates life in China with Chinese shops, restaurants and gathering places for the Chinese community.

    This report features student Penny Bei, Declan Coogan of Portobello College, radio show host Oliver Wang, businessman Paddy Song, Gerry Zhao of the China House Restuarant, and Paddy Buckley of F.X. Buckley Butchers.

  • Information

    A report by Diarmuid Peavoy looking at the Chinese Community in Dublin. This episode of 'Nationwide' was broadcast on 14 February 2005.

    'Nationwide' is an early evening magazine programme that brings Irish viewers an eclectic round-up of news, views and events from around the country.

  • Local keywords
    Immigration, Immigrants, Chinese, China, Diarmuid Peavoy, Penny Bei, Declan Coogan, Oliver Wang, Paddy Song, Gerry Zhao, Paddy Buckley, Moore Street, Parnell Street, Nationwide
  • Geographical coverage
    Ireland
  • Topic
    Society and Social Issues
  • Publisher Broadcaster
    RTÉ
  • First broadcast channel
    RTÉ One
  • Production year
    2005
  • Country of production
    Ireland
  • Original identifier
    DX31/10580
  • IPR restrictions
    Rights Reserved - Free Access
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  • Item type
    part/extract
  • Item colour
    Colour
  • Item sound
    Mono
  • Aspect ratio
    4:3
  • Original language
    English (eng)
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