From the Daily News:
Downtown Flushing is the Big Apple’s second-largest Chinatown, and the Main St. district is its lifeline. Both the 7 train and Long Island Rail Road have stations on the bustling block, drawing scores of shoppers and commuters to the chain stores and local shops that sport bilingual signs. It’s easy to forget you’re in New York. “Being here is like being back in China," says Carol Tseng, 58. “Everyone talks in Chinese. You can eat Chinese food. The signs are in Chinese. It feels like home."
How can Downtown Flushing be "vibrant and diverse" if everyone there comes from the same place and speaks the same language?