Describe Waverly's neighborhood in "Rules of the Game".  

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Aside from the venues for the chess tournaments, and aside from the private apartment where the Jongs live, their neighborhood is the central setting for this story and its welcoming, vibrant sense of cultural belonging is crucial for Waverly, her brothers, and her mother.

This neighborhood is full of apartments and stores, some indoors and some in an outdoor marketplace, in San Francisco's China Town, where familiar Chinese foods are readily available for Waverly's family, both for purchase and...

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