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A soldier remembered, justice demanded

BY COLIN MIXSON - Chinatown residents gathered in memory of Pvt. Danny Chen on Sunday, the fifth anniversary of his death, paying tribute to the hometown soldier who was driven to take his own life at the age of 19 after enduring weeks of brutal hazing at the hands of his fellow soldiers.  More info >

Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy: Stories of Chinese Food and Identity in America
October 06, 2016 - March 26, 2017

Join us for conversations around a dinner table with 33 Chinese and Asian-American chefs. Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy weaves together complex stories through a dynamic video installation featuring pioneering chefs such as Cecilia Chiang, Ken Hom, Anita Lo, Ming Tsai.

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Friday, Oct 7, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m

This Con Edison forum will engage and inform diverse communities about services and resources available to all New Yorkers.

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Raise the Roof at the Reliquary! Family Sukkot Program
Sun, Oct 9, 2016 from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Raise the Roof at the Reliquary! Family Sukkot ProgramThis Sukkot, we're teaming up with the City Reliquary Museum in Brooklyn and heading to their backyard for a special holiday program.
At the Night Market feat. Incensed by Ed Lin
Tue, Oct 11, 2016 @ 6:30pm - 9:00pm

"Readers will be as caught up in Lin's rich descriptions of Taiwan's sights, sounds, and mouthwatering foods as they are in his intriguing characters." ~ Publishers Weekly

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MOCACREATE: Veggie Prints
Sat, Oct 15, 2016 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Envision your dream garden and bring it to life by creating colorful prints using okra, lotus root, celery, and more. Learn to mix paint in colors inspired by your favorite fruits and vegetables. Design a card or poster as a special reminder to eat your veggies!

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陈宇晖案5周年 华埠集会反军中欺凌
By 林菁 / ny.uschinapress.com


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Chinatown Fusion: Aux Epices
Tucked away on a side street a half block past the border of Chinatown and lovingly attended in one of the classic narrow spaces one finds in New York City, sits Aux Epices (French for 'with spices'), a re-invention of 'Chinese' food as Malaysian and French cuisine which turns a typical Chinese menu on its head.

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At Joy Luck Palace, Dim Sum Amid the Chaos
Everyone wants the little piggies, plump white buns with black sesame-seed eyes, orange snouts and slashes of ears that look more like worried brows. At Joy Luck Palace in Manhattan's Chinatown, they come three to a steamer basket and harbor gooey souls of custard.

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Five Years Later, Pvt. Danny Chen's Family Fights to Keep His Memory Alive
On the night of Oct. 3, 2011, Banny Chen had one foot in the shower when his mother knocked at the bathroom door. She said there was a phone call from the parents of his first cousin Danny Chen, and it was urgent.

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Chinatown Remembers Soldier Lost to Hazing Related Suicide on Anniversary of his Death
Chinatown community members come together to remember one of their own. Private Danny Chen was honored Sunday during a service at PS  130, his former elementary school.

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A Banquet of Chinese Experience
An exhibition at the Museum of Chinese in America examines the immigrant and second-generation Chinese and Asian experience through food. 

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Congresswoman Velazquez spoke on the House floor today on the need to address gun violence.

HERSTORY: Chinese-American Women, 165 Years of Struggle and Success
The Chatham Square Branch of the New York Public Library is pleased to present a rare look at Chinese-American women's history, told through legal cases fought in supreme courts throughout the United States. Using the personal collection of Dr. Chang C. Chen (邱彰博士), Herstory features rare photographs and case descriptions of efforts by Chinese-American women to gain legal standing in the U.S. 

$125 Paid Research Study, Participants Needed
Candidates must be recent immigrants from China.  Can be a tourist visa, as long as you have been here in US for less than 1 year. Will be paid $125 cash for the study.
The date of the meet is Tuesday October 25th and Females meet at 5-7pm and Males 7:30-9:30pm.

If interested, please contact Devi Heyer at:

RCHorowitz & Company, Inc.
Chinatown Photos
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New shop Loving Tea, 196A Canal St #Chinatown Buy one get one free,
grand opening deal.

Combo Lanzhou beef noodle meal @ Dragon Noodle & Grill, 150 Centre Street
Enter the Dragon - Noodle and Grill that is.

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