Chinatown... We have finally made it. There are a lot of differences between our CT and their CT. Our CT is 4 by 6 blocks while their CT is an "L" shape. And their L shape CT is split into 2 CT, one old, one new. Our main purpose was to head over to Chinese American Service League (CASL). CASL is a nonprofits organization that serves its community, similar to what CCDC does. CW (founder of CASL) gave us a tour of CT. Through the tour, we learned about the importance of space that Chicago CT needs. Similar to SF, space in our CT is also important, every little space counts. He brought us to a Chinese American museum which is a sister museum to SF's CHSA. The host, Anita talked to us about the histories of CT. She also shared some inspiring words of wisdom with us. After getting a tour of CT, we went back to CASL headquarters to do a youth exchange with CASL's youth program, Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community (CBCAC). We both shared what each of our program does. Our projects are similar because there and our projects are community based. Exploring CT was fun and great.