A Toronto Neighborhood: Little Korea
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This paper describes an area in Toronto that has attracted Korean businesses and others to make up a diverse section called Little Korea. This neighborhood is typical of Korean business districts in other North American cities. The author points out that Toronto's Little Korea has developed piecemeal rather than as an extension of the Annex area to the east The paper's methodology is mainly descriptive, based on an informal oral survey obtained directly in the district.
From the Paper:"Introduction to the Area Bloor Street, between Bathurst and Euclid presents a typical Annex district area of mixed development in a comparatively old or `traditional' area of central Toronto. This paper results from an exploration of Bloor Street that commenced at the corner of Bloor and Bathurst Street, by the landmark "Honest Ed's" store that has long served new Canadians, students and others in need of low-cost household goods. Until the 1980s, the continuation of Bloor Street, westward from this point, featured a lessening of businesses of interest to the student population of the Annex."
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