There's already a Chinatown, a Little Portugal and huge Bangladeshi, Indian, Turkish and Afro-Caribbean areas in the city, to name but a few. But faced with such a melting-pot of international communities, the Welsh need to raise their profile in the capital, according to Wales in London chairman Robert John.
While the Welsh may not register with most Londoners as an ex-pat community in their own right, London plays a crucial role in the Welsh economy, and it's time Wales became a brand name in the business world according to John.
Londonist feels that the best way to achieve this is by creating a 'Little Wales' in some corner of the capital in need of regeneration. Quite how the rolling valleys could be re-created in our concrete jungle we leave up to you, Welsh Londoners. Either that, or you could join Wales in London and start putting Wales on the (tube) map!