Chinatown's Weekend Walks Are Back With a Bang!

During Labor Day Weekend

Chinatown Partnership and Chinatown B.I.D. will be hosting our second annual Mid-Autumn Moon Festival during Labor Day weekend, celebrating love in Chinatown. Enjoy your stay-cation in Chinatown with fun entertainment and delicious food!

Festivities will take place on Saturday, September 5th, from 4pm to 10pm, on Forsyth Street, between East Broadway and Division Streets. Festival participants will be distributing cultural and service info, conducting arts and crafts, and offering an amazing fare selection!

Performances (In Formation):
- Zumba Session with Yishan Lee                   - Salome James Jazz Trio

Fare Participants (In Formation):

- Sam's Fried Ice Cream                                   - Osaka Grub
- Seoul Pancake                                                 - Karl's Balls
- Rice and Chopsticks

Food, drinks, live performances, friends and loved ones -- come out and celebrate with us in Chinatown! The more the merrier, so please share this special Labor Day weekend cultural gathering with all your friends!

Register Here:

For more information: / 60 Saint James Place, New York, NY 10038, Tel: 212-346-9288

Thu, Aug 20, 2015 @ 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Join MOCA for an evening of trivia inspired by all things Asian American. Come on your own or team up with groups of up to five for some fun, learning, and friendly competition! Fantastic prizes will be awarded to the top three teams!   

Thu, Sep 3, 2015 @ 6:30pm - 8:30pm

On the eve of the 71st Annual North American Chinese Invitational 9-Man Volleyball Tournament in New York City, join MOCA for a screening of 9-Man. an independent feature documentary about an isolated and exceptionally athletic Chinese American sport that's much more than a pastime.   More Info
BOOK LAUNCH: "Here and There" by Chaya Deitsch
Tuesday, October 20, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)

Join us for a reading, Q&A and reception celebrating the publication of Chaya Deitsch's debut book Here and There: Leaving Hasidism, Keeping My Family (Schocken Books/Random House). 

CONCERT: Andy Statman Trio
Thursday, October 22, 2015 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)

Dubbed "a musician's musician" by The New York Times, Andy Statman is one of the premier clarinetists and mandolinists playing today. Join him and his longtime partners Larry Eagle (percussion) and Jim Whitney (bass) for their trademark blend of American roots music (think bluegrass), personal prayerful Hasidic music, klezmer, and avant-garde jazz.  Tickets are $30 in advance; $45 at the door.  More Info
The secret Chinatown most New Yorkers don't know about

By Joe Avella/

There are any number of great finds in New York City's Chinatown that few people actually know about. Check out an old tunnel tied to gang violence,  a museum in a freight elevator, and the tallest Buddha statue in NYC.  More Info
Maximize your savings with the
Manhattan Chamber of Commerce and Office Depot!

When you enroll in the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Program with Office Depot, you will receive incredible discounts on your office supplies.

Let us show you how to maximize these savings!  More Info  
We Tried the Trendy Rolled Ice Cream People Are Waiting Hours for 
By Gillie Houston/

This week, Yahoo Food is celebrating America's favorite dessert with a series of profiles, recipes and photo galleries all dedicated to the creamy, delicious dessert. Check out our Ice Cream page for complete coverage!   More Info  
Teach English or Citizenship Classes in Chinatown

For new immigrants, learning English is a first step to full participation in American life or becoming a citizen. Help them take that first step by volunteering to teach English or Citizenship classes. English classes help students improve their communication skills. Citizenship classes help students prepare for the U.S. citizenship test. Volunteers work in teams to plan the curriculum and teach the classes. This fun and rewarding experience gives you a chance to make a difference in the lives of others.  More Info  
All-You-Can-Eat Sushi and Drinks for Two or Four at Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar (37%Off)

Sushi rolls include the Dragon roll stuffed with eel and the Yummy roll with yellowtail, caviar, spicy tuna, and asparagus.

Sichuan Cuisine for Dine-In or Takeout at Sichuan Hot Pot Cuisine (Up to 42% Off). Three Options Available.

Cook meat and veggies in hot-pot broths, or sample Sichuan dishes like poached whole fish, tan tan noodles, and dumplings in hot oil. 


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