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Coming Together As One:  Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Festival

Come celebrate the 36th Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Festival, Sun, May 3rd on Mott St, from 11a-4p! APA organizations interested in a table booth can sign up @ www.capaonline.org. Suggested donation of $200. We want this to be the biggest gathering of APA organizations in the metropolitan area, as we celebrate our culture, heritage, and our oneness of spirit! At the same time, we want to share what it means to volunteer and give back to our community, as well as the greater community. So come out and register!

The Festival is part of the Chinatown Partnership/Chinatown BID's Weekend Walks program. If your organization is unable to pay, you can still register. All organizations will have one 6 foot table and two chairs. There can be no exchange of money at the festival under the Weekend Walks program.

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Spa Week 2015 - Chinatown

Spa Week returns on Monday, April 13, and reservations are currently open, so now is your chance to book a rejuvenating and relaxing service while taking advantage of the unbeatable Spa Week offers.

Though not all of our area spas are official Spa Week participants, now is also a great time take advantage of the full range of spa, massage and beauty services offered in the Chinatown/Lower East Side/Bowery/SoHo neighborhood.

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Grand Opening: Gong Cha (Tea Shop), @ 1 Catherine St. Grand Opening Deal, BOGO.

Welcome to the Neighborhood!
Grand Opening: Tea Time 

98 Walker Street

Chinatown: San Francisco

Grand Opening:  Canton Lounge

70 Mott Street

At Pearl River, Four Decades of Helping New Arrivals From Asia
By LIZ ROBBINSAPRIL 8, 2015 / NYTimes.com
Ching Yeh Chen and her husband, Ming Yi Chen, have operated Pearl River Mart, a Chinese department store in New York City, for 44 years. Credit Hiroko Masuike/The New York Times

Every morning, Ming Yi Chen walks down to the basement of Pearl River Mart, the Chinese department store he opened in 1971, and burns incense. Then he walks back to the first floor to light more incense. He breathes in the sandalwood, to him a calming scent. And the day can begin.

With the news this week that Pearl River Mart, at 477 Broadway in SoHo, would close in December because of a significant rent increase and an unsustainable business model, it became clear that Mr. Chen's routine - and those of his 40 employees - would soon disappear into the capitalist cloud.

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Grand Opening:  Jaya Asian Cuisine:  Malaysian, Thai and Chinese Food

90 Baxter Street, 212-219-3338   /   Click Here to Download Menu

Grand Opening:  TonyMoly  (234-238 Canal Street)

10% Grand Opening Discount!

Grand Opening:  Uncle Mike's  (150 Centre Street)

Wellington Speaks at Harvard Club Re Chinatown 03-24-2015

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