2014 Chinatown Weekend Walk III is Coming
Saturday - July 26, 2014
Mott Street (South of Canal Street), 11am to 4pm
- Fun & Games for All Ages
- Great Food and Snacks
- Dance and Art Performances
- Free Face Painting
- Giant Chess
and Much More!
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Free Cantonese/Toisan Language Class/Social Get-Together
you have friends, coworkers, in-laws, significant other, customers,
clients, and/or patients who speak Cantonese/Toisanese, or because
you're surrounded by Cantonese speakers, or simply because you are of
Cantonese/Toisan descent, come to the Free get-together.
21 Pell Street, NYC Chinatown. The First Chinese Baptist Church, 3rd FL.
For more information please click HERE.
MOCAFAMILY: Ink Experiments
conjunction with MOCA's latest exhibition, Oil & Water:
Reinterpreting Ink, MOCA will hold three 1st Saturday workshops for
families with children ages 5-13 to explore both the materials used in
the pieces on view in MOCA's galleries and their own creative sides. -
See more at:
May 3 | July 12 | August 2
$10 per person. $8 for all MOCA Dual and Individual Level Members. Free
for MOCA Family Level Members and above, children under 2, and Cool
For more information and to buy tickets please click HERE
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, Congress Member Carolyn Maloney, Borough President Gale Brewer, Senator Brad Hoylman, Assembly Member Deborah J. Glick, Council Member Rosie Mendez, and Community Board 3 invite you to participate in the New York State Citizen Preparedness Training Program.
Tuesday, July 29th
Frederick P. Rose Auditorium
41 Cooper Square
New York, NY 10003
the Citizen Preparedness Corps Training Program, approximately 100,000
New Yorkers will be provided with the tools and resources to prepare for
emergencies and disasters, respond accordingly, and recover as quickly
as possible to pre-disaster conditions.
For more information p
lease click HERE
NYC Hepatitis B Awareness Week Events!
ever NYC Hepatitis B Awareness Week from July 21st to the 27th,
culminating on the 28th with World Hepatitis Day. Get involved by
attending events throughout the week!
For more information on events please click HERE
Lower East Side Walking Tour
home to the largest Jewish population in the world, the Lower East Side
still bears traces of Jewish life from the turn of the last
century. Visit synagogues, Yiddish newspaper buildings, socialist hot
spots and more while sampling treats from local vendors, including
the best pickle shop in New York City.
$25 per person, includes a light nosh - Space is limited and RSVP is required.
To rsvp please click HERE.
NYPD Recruiting Traffic Enforcement Agents. Apply today!
For information please click HERE
Chinatown's Sister Honored for 50 Years of Service
Photos by Corky Lee
hundreds came to Chinatown's Transfiguration Church last Sunday for
Mass and to celebrate the "Golden Jubilee" for Sister Joanna Chan, who
is retiring after 50 years of service in many different ways.
Playwright, educator, arts leader and prisoner counselor are all apt words to describe Chan.
To read full article please click HERE
Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion
Arnold Genthe, Woman and Child, San Francisco Chinatown. Photograph. New-York Historical Society
September 26, 2014 - April 19, 2015
Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion explores
the centuries-long history of trade and immigration between China
and the United States-a history that involved New York from its
very beginnings-and will raise the question "What does it mean to be
an American?" The exhibit narrative extends from the late
eighteenth century to the present and includes all regions of the
country, thus interpreting the Chinese American saga as a key part
of American history.
For more information please click HERE
Chinatown Photo of the Week
Giant Chinese Chess Masters and Winners
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