CityVille 2 Chinatown Items: Everything you need to know


If you've got enough room for some new buildings in CityVille 2, you can now fill that room with a series of Chinatown themed items, starting with a Tea Shop that will be given to you the next time you login. There are new homes, businesses and more available in this theme, and we're here with a complete look at them to help you out. Let's get started!

First things first, the Tea Shop that you're given for free requires building materials to complete. You'll need four Builders, four Foundations, seven Lumber, four Paper Lanterns, five Infrastructures, and four Lacquers to complete it. These items can be earned by asking your friends to send them to you, but you can also earn the Builders by clicking on Pickup Trucks that drive around the streets of your city. Additional Tea Shops cost 5,810 coins in the store, but your finished product will produce 405 cons each time it's ready. For the record, it also requires one Blue Truck to stock.

Here's a look at the other Chinatown items in the store.

Foo Dog

  • Costs: 400 coins

  • Adds 5 citizens to maximum population

Xiao Cottage

  • Costs: 500 coins

  • Population: 1,265 citizens

  • Produces 1 Shopper every 9 minutes

China Flag

  • Costs: 10 Keys

  • Adds 100 citizens to maximum population

Jin Mansion

  • Costs: 2,000 coins

  • Population: 1,780 citizens

  • Produces 1 Shopper every 8 minutes

Lucky Dragon

  • Costs: 20 Keys

  • Adds 48 citizens to maximum population

Chinatown Archway

  • Costs: 30 Keys

  • Adds 1,200 citizens to maximum population

Chinese Language School

  • CostS: 3,400 coins

  • Adds 5,000 citizens to maximum population

Tai Chi Park

  • Costs: 35 Keys

  • Adds 100 citizens to maximum population

Shanghai Tower

  • Costs: 60 Keys

  • Adds 1,250 citizens to maximum population

In addition to these items, there are others available for purchase, including a Gui Mansion, Chinese Mural wall, Hong Rowhome, Neon Sign, and Tai Apartment, but these will be locked for new players. Many require you to reach a specific level, while others require you to have an established Chinatown neighborhood before they'll become available. Either way, there's no time limit on any of these items in the store, so feel free to save up your Keys or coins until you can purchase them later on.

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What do you think of this large new Chinatown theme in CityVille 2? Does your town have enough free space for another themed neighborhood, or will you need to expand your city's limits first? Sound off in the comments!

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