Mark your calendar, 
December 19, 2015
8th Annual East Meets West Christmas Parade
 
This year, "The 8th Annual East Meets West Parade" will take place on Saturday, December 19, 2015, at 1:00 PM, followed by a joyous musical performance on Mott Street in Chinatown. Presented by Chinatown Partnership & Little Italy Merchants Association, the Parade will form at the corner of Canal and Mulberry Street at 12 Noon.

At 1 PM, the parade will step off from the intersection of Canal and Mulberry Streetss and head north on Mulberry, through Little Italy, to Houston, where it will turn right for one block, then right again on Mott and head South into Chinatown until it ends at The Bowery and Worth St about 2:45 PM. There will be Chinese musical performers on a stage to be set up on Mott street at a location TBD. The entertainment will begin at 3 PM and end at 4 PM.  

More info to come at our FaceBook page.

Adult Open House + Chinese Movie: Falling City
December 3 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Winter semester will start the week of January 11, 2016. China Institute invites you to join us for FREE Language & Cultural Classes for our Adult Winter Programs. Meet our staff and teachers, learn about our Winter class schedules, explore textbooks, assess for level placement, and enjoy some food and snacks.  More Info
From Page to Stage: A Dream of Red Pavilions Special Preview Sharing
Thu, Dec 3, 2015 @ 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Regarded as one of the 'Four Great' novels of China, A Dream of Red Pavilions (紅樓夢) is the love story between Bao Yu (Precious Jade) and Dai Yu (Dark Jade) in 18th century China.  More Info
Take Care NY @ Chatham Sq Library
Dec 5 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm

NYC Health Dept initiative to improve & narrow health gaps btwn NYC neighborhoods.  More Info
MOCACREATE: Tiny Terrariums
Sat, Dec 5 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Sat, Dec 19 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Bring the outside in by creating a one of a kind terrarium using moss, soil, clay, and more! These miniature worlds are their own ecosystem, and make the perfect gift for a friend or family member.  More Info 
Comptroller Stringer's Red Tape Commission Manhattan Hearing for Business Owners
Thu, Dec 10, @ 8:30am to 10:00am

Comptroller Stringer's Red Tape Commission Manhattan Hearing for Business Owners & Entrepreneurs @ Civic Hall, 156 5th Ave, 2nd Fl.  More Info
Historical Photos of Chinatown Donated to MOCA
BY FAYE QIU / voicesofny.org

After donating a batch from his personal collection of historical photos of the Anti-Japanese War [Second Sino-Japanese War] to the New York Chinese School, which is affiliated with the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA), last month, Eric Ng, the president of CCBA, made a major donation again on Nov. 20.  More Info
Emergency Snow Laborers Needed

Emergency Snow Laborers Needed: Individuals interested in registering with the DSNY can do so at their local district garage, weekdays between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. The list of garage locations can be found at www.nyc.gov/sanitation. Snow laborers will be paid $13.50 per hour, and $20.25 per hour after 40 hours are worked in a week, an increase from the previous year.  Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, be eligible to work in the United States, and capable of performing heavy physical labor. 

All applicants must bring: 
- Two small photos (1 ½ square)
- Original and copy of two forms of identification
- Social Security card  More Info

感恩節購物潮人氣旺 帶旺紐約華埠商家生意

曼哈頓蘇荷區的購物狂潮也帶動了華埠的人氣,無論是餐館,還是小禮品店、零食店,都人滿為患。  More Info
Job Op - Compliance Advisor Supervisor Business Acceleration

NYC Business Acceleration seeks Compliance Advisor Supervisor, $80-82k.The Compliance Advisor Supervisor will oversee a multidisciplinary team of Compliance Advisors as part of the SBS Business Acceleration Unit. The Compliance Advisor Supervisor will provide supervisory/management leadership and work directly with businesses.  More Info
Job Op - Compliance Advisor Business Acceleration

NYC Business Acceleration seeks Compliance Advisor, $60-65k. Compliance Advisors work directly with new and existing businesses looking to open and operate in New York City. Compliance Advisors visit small businesses throughout the five boroughs and tour the business locations in order to help business owners understand how to comply with City, State, and Federal rules and regulations and avoid violations.  More Info
Photos: A Look Inside The 128-Year-Old Eldridge Street Synagogue
By LAUREN EVANS / gothamist.com

Much about the streetscape of the Lower East Side has changed dramatically in the past 50 or 200 years, but not all of it, not by a long shot. The elaborately carved wooden doors of the Eldridge Street Synagogue first swung open in 1887, and despite its advanced age, it's still looking just lovely-now. But it didn't always.  More Info
Parks Without Borders 
By www.nycgovparks.org

Parks Without Borders is an NYC Parks initiative to make parks more open, welcoming, and beautiful by focusing on improving entrances, edges, and park-adjacent spaces.  More Info
For Some Chinese-Americans, Thanksgiving Is for Weddings
By JEFFREY E. SINGER / www.nytimes.com

To many immigrants from Fujian Province in southeastern China, Thanksgiving does not mean turkey, stuffing and football. It is instead a rare day off that many use to give or attend wedding receptions.  More Info
Chamber on the Go
By www.nyc.gov

Chamber On-the-Go helps New York City small business owners like you access free services without leaving your storefront.  More Info
What to Buy at Chinatown's Best New Organic Grocery and Natural Beauty Apothecary
By Mackenzie Wagoner / www.vogue.com
 
Today, a corner of Manhattan's Chinatown welcomes its latest colorful neighborhood market-only in place of the usual fragrant green tea selection and earthy dong quai is a rainbow selection of locally grown organic fruits, vegetables, and herbs.  More Info
珠江百货结业或延至春节
By  苏夏竹 / ny.usqiaobao.com

坐落在繁华的Soho购物区和华埠之间,有着44年悠久历史的珠江百货,有望继续营业到春节,不会年底突然结业。  More Info
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