|Director||Brian Foo Calvin Sun|
|Runtime||USA:10 min, USA:7 min|
|Plot||Bryan Lee takes a walk into Chinatown and he notices something different. The hardworking immigrants and merchants with their food stands have disappeared, replaced by a huge neon pink tourist booth. What has happened? And what's next? More garish tourist booths? More McDonalds and Starbucks? Raised archways? "Big Trouble in Little China" assesses Chinatown's slow descent into a pit of blatant tourism and Americanization due to the large-scale takeover by large corporations and franchises. It also discusses and warns about the possible transformation of New York City's Chinatown from a once impressive cultural community into an artificially constructed tourist center.... search for Big Trouble in Little China on IMDb|
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