A couple of guys chase themselves around through a couple of prop doors. There is nothing Chinese about this scene (thankfully, given the quality of racial representation in film in the 1890s) and nothing to indicate that it takes place in a laundry. Comedy has certainly changed. Note for film historians: this film is also sometimes called Robetta & Doretto, No. 2; those are the names of the “comedians” performing in it apparently. 0 stars.
tl;dr – no Chinese characters, no laundry, but there is a scene; unfortunately, it’s not funny. 0 stars.