The shape of Manhattan’s Chinatown is changing. Its tourism industry in a state of decline as businesses shutter and unemployment soars, what was once a thriving center for the Chinese community of NYC has seen residents born and raised around the buzz of Canal Street disperse to its outer boroughs, like the expanding new Chinatown of Flushing, Queens. As its community shrinks, Wellington Chen photographs the changing face of Manhattan’s Chinatown – and the residents campaigning for its future.