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Chinese culture can be bewildering to the outsider or first-time visitor to Chinatown. So we've lined up the following rare opportunities for a glimpse beyond the storefronts and into the culture.
A martial arts mini-superstore.
Featuring the largest statue of Buddha in NYC at 16 feet
tall. The temple's shop offers a variety of religious
items like blessed power beads made from crystal and
Chinese in America
215 Centre Street
One of the most important national
archives of Chinese history in America.
opens in its new location.
13 Elizabeth St.
7,000 sq ft
of books, art supplies, & musical instruments
Ten Ren Tea & Ginseng Co.
75 Mott Street
World's leading franchise shop for premium teas and ginseng. Experience a traditional tea ceremony (15 minutes, by appointment only).
United East Athletic Association
70 Mulberry Street
This Lion Dance "academy" has trained hundreds of performers featured in parades, weddings and grand openings over the years.
Introduction to the Lion Dance, its origin, customs and history - Lion Dance team and equipment presentation: happy god, drum, gong, and cymbals - Brief Lion Dance performance.