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Award Gala Celebrating 50th Anniversary of the Seaport Museum and Honoring Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and Council Member Margaret Chin

Chinese Cultural Association 2017 Gala Dinner Celebration (Ribbon Dancing Performance)

10月6日18:00 - 19:00 EDT

Chinatown Partnership has partnered up with local yoga studio, SKY TING YOGA to offer complimentary outdoor yoga classes on Doyers Street as part of our "Origins of Chinatown" series. 

Bring your mat and flow into the weekend with an energizing yoga class this Friday, 10/6! Classes will be first come, first serve and capped based on space capacity.

Well attended anti-smoking campaign with CAMS, Chinatown Partnership and many other supporting partners.

By 金春香

為慶祝26日全美餃子節,自創設計品牌「萬裡挑一的雲吞」(Wonton in a Million)24日在曼哈頓華埠舉辦了一場別開生面的推廣中式小食、文化的活動,讓參與者通過品早茶及在華埠幾大店面內尋寶,品味華埠街巷的趣味並進一步了解中華文化。

October 19 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Join us for a talk and reception celebrating the publication of a beautiful new book Remnants: Photographs of the Lower East Side by photographers Janet Russek and David Scheinbaum (Radius Books, fall 2017). In conversation with writer Amy Stein-Milford, the two will discuss their experience chronicling an iconic New York City neighborhood during a period of rapid change.

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October 17@ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Investigate the early encounters between Jews and Muslims as we explore the origins of Islam in the Arabian Peninsula beginning in the 7th century. In the fall semester, we will read sections of the Quran as a primary key to understanding the values and beliefs of Islam. We will compare the Quran's references to biblical characters such as Abraham, Ishmael, Moses and Ezra.


Dropbox founder Drew Houston explained that the idea for his file sharing company came out of a mistake he made and a ride on a Chinatown bus.
Houston spoke to Business Insider about his life before Dropbox, which involved using a thumb drive for storage and emailing himself files.


I was raised in the kitchen. I went to college, and I didn't want to be in a sorority, so I started working in restaurants. In my mind, that was my social outlet. When I was about to graduate I asked myself, What could you do every day and never get sick of? My answer was really simple: Make cookies.
I took a Chinatown bus to New York to enroll in the International Culinary Center's pastry program. I found my apartment in the Village Voice. It was on the eighth floor of an eight-story walk-up on Elizabeth between Broome and Grand. One block south was Chinatown, so I could get a big veggie steamed bun for 49 cents, and if I wanted to get a pork bun, it was 69 cents. I spent nothing. I ate at school, and I lived off chocolate and hazelnuts.

Our inaugural yoga session on Doyers Street last Friday is in the books! Thank you to @mayamoverman and SKY TING YOGA for bringing us through the energizing movements while surrounded by the sights and sounds of Chinatown. Next class will be Friday, 9/29 from 6-7pm. Class is open/free to the public. Bring your own mat and we'll supply the flow. 

Fun day on #doyersstreet #chinatown for #nationaldumplingday#chinatownnyc #wontoninamillion

Thank you to everyone that joined the National Dumpling Day Party celebrations on Doyers Street and participated in the scavenger hunt. We hope you enjoyed discovering all that Chinatown has to offer!
Big thanks to Wonton In A Million for putting together the scavenger hunt!

By  俞姝含 



Police are looking for a pair of gunmen who robbed a Chinatown jewelry store in broad daylight, and tied up the employees with zip ties before they fled.
Cops say that two men walked into Sean's Diamond & Jewelry Inc., located at 277 Canal Street, shortly before 11:30 a.m. on September 15th, pulled out guns and demanded that the employees empty the store's safe.

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By  陳小寧



The evening on Mulberry Street was already thickening with the aroma of fried dough and grilled sausage when a knight in faded armor coursed through the crowd in a shopping cart.
"Puppet show in the church," shouted a man pushing the cart. "Marionettes in the church."

Fri, Oct 6, 2017 @ 8:00pm - 9:30pm

Tickets (includes museum admission): $15/adult; $12/student or senior $10/MOCA Member
Click here to purchase tickets. 
In celebration of the 100th birthday of Thelonious Monk, please join us for Min Xiao-Fen's new solo album release concert!

PbP NY Plate by Plate: 2017 Annual Tasting Benefit
Fri, October 6, 2017
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM EDT

This year's Plate by Plate commemorates Project by Project NY's 20th Anniversary! You'll get to enjoy quality food, engage in stimulating conversation, participate in our silent auction, and receive free entry to our after party to dance the night away.
Plate by Plate 2017 will be at the gorgeous Prince George Ballroom. Its unique layout allows us to introduce various new elements, including a speakeasy! We will also be expanding on the Chef's Table tasting experiences we launched last year: a select number of our restaurants will be offering intimate, multi-course, seated tastings that let you directly engage with our chefs and learn about their dishes and style.

Blue Soup And 'Weirdo' Tacos At Canal Street Market

Canal Street Market has joined a growing number of food halls-artisanal food courts that prioritize freshness and variety. Cropping up across New York, they're drawing mealtime crowds with offerings that depart from the norm.
There's no shortage of inventive options at Canal Street Market, housed in a landmark historic building where Chinatown meets SoHo. One side of the space features pop-up jewelers and boutiques, while the other side is devoted to all manner of edibles.

By 李碩


Dim Sum at Golden Unicorn Is How You Do Brunch in Chinatown
By  Lily Chen

Welcome back to yet another HYPEBAE Brunch - having reviewed Hong Kong's La Palomalast time, we now look at the New York City brunch-must that is the Golden Unicorn in Chinatown.
It opened in 1989 and is now an age-old dim sum parlor that you can rely on to serve up authentic Cantonese. You may have glimpsed its presence on Instagram too where the dozens have gone to sample restaurant's pig buns.

#salomejames #jazz #trio #Chinatown #weekendwalks #midautumn #festi
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