Tang Frères is the quintessential Chinese and Asian supermarket. A family business which has flourished for several decades (the company was founded in Paris by 3 Chinese businessmen from Laos in 1976). It is situated in the middle of a grizzly 1970s real estate development which is fortunately being overhauled. Reflex shot using my favourite... Continue Reading →
The funny thing about the Chinese quarter in Paris - Wouldn't go as far as naming it Chinatown though - is that architecture is often mixed. Here, an Haussman-like turn of the Century building is placed right before a 1980s building. Creative, yet not particularly successful architecture I should say... What's your take?