Chinatown was a large ethnic neighborhood in Monkeytown mostly populated by Chinese people and other Asians, and was famous for its ethnic cuisine, shops, and extravagant ethnic celebrations. Ping Ching Ling Ming owns Year of the Monkey, a Chinese restaurant and egg roll thrift shop on the corner of Ching Street and Chong Street. Chinatown was also home to the second-largest Buddhist temple in Furria: Yong Wong Buddhist Temple. The neighborhood was bounded by Avenue of the Ethnics to the west, Monkeytown Creek to the east, and Yonkers Road to the south.

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Main article: List of Monkeytown residents