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Chinatown was a location, a neighborhood of the city of San Francisco on Earth's North American continent. Hikaru Sulu included this area in his recounting of the history of ivory carving in 2294. (TOS novel: The Fearful Summons)


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Fallout

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Chinatown

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The Chinatown (also called Shi-town) is a location in San Francisco. Once a suburb of the great city, it has been adopted by the descendants of the Shi-huang-ti crew, who have lived in the red brick houses ever since. In 2241, it's the heart of the city and a focal point for Shi internal struggles.

Notable estabilishments in the district include Red 888 Guns weapons shop, Lao Chou's Flying Dragon 8 general store, Dr Fung's clinic and the gyms of Dragon and Lo Pan as well as passages to the Golden Gate, Shi-town Docks and the Steel Palace. Off the radar is a pre-war military station, currently controlled by the Brotherhood of Steel, manned by a single soldier - Matt.

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Chinatown only appears in Fallout 2.


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GTA

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This is a disambiguation page for Chinatown, which could mean a number of things


Chinatown refers to an area in a large American city primarily inhabited by people of Chinese and/or other East Asian descent. These areas often have large exhibits of Chinese culture, and architectural schemes reminiscent of those used in East Asia. Three Chinatowns have appeared in GTA games so far, and a fourth version is the setting of an entirely new game.

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Grand Theft Auto III and Liberty City Stories

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Grand Theft Auto IV and Chinatown Wars

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  • Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

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