The Natives Approve 

Dragon Village's impressive Chinese food may be worth the trip to Oro Valley

Large numbers of Chinese workers arrived in Tucson around 1880 as railroad laborers. Rather than moving east with the new railroad line as it stretched toward New Mexico, many of them elected to stay in Tucson in service, agricultural or mining jobs…

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