San Francisco’s Chinatown is the oldest in North America and the largest Chinese community outside of Asia. It’s also one of the densest neighborhoods in the country, with over 75,000 people per square mile. Chinatown attracts more tourists than the Golden Gate Bridge, yet most people only know it as a place to get cheap commodities, illegal fireworks, or good dim sum. But a new exhibition seeks to shed light on the many untold stories and mysteries of the old district. San Francisco native Maurice H. Edelstein has been shooting photographs for over four decades, and his new retrospective... More >>>