Wishing you health and happiness this Holiday Season and prosperity in the New Year.
From Chinatown Partnership L.D.C. & Chinatown B.I.D.
Come celebrate the holidays and have a grand feast with your family in Chinatown!
Chinese food for Christmas in New York City
By amNY.com staff
Plenty of New Yorkers who don't celebrate Christmas still have a Christmas ritual: eating Chinese food.
Chinese food on Christmas is a long-loved Jewish tradition, and there are plenty of theories as to why, some of which the Atlantic
rounded up back in 2014. While many restaurants are closed on the
holiday, Chinese restaurants (and movie theaters, another part of the
tradition) are often open. There's little-to-no dairy in Chinese food,
which theoretically can make it easier to keep kosher, at least if you
don't order pork or shellfish. Continue Reading Here
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Looking for something fun to do on Christmas Day - also the second day
of Chanukah? Visit a landmark synagogue in Chinatown! Join the Museum
for tours, scavenger hunts, and an art activity inspired by Chanukah
cards featured in the Blavatnik Archive (12-3 pm).
Take a tasty trip back in time to the early 20th century when the Lower
East Side was home to the largest Jewish population in the world. This
walking tour visits streets and sites featured in The Jewish Ghetto in
Postcards exhibition, and includes a toasty tour of our landmark
sanctuary, hot cider, and treats from The Pickle Guys and other local
Put a spin on a
MOCA tradition-- help welcome the New Year by making handmade
decorations to liven up the Museum. Transform our space with colorful,
food-themed creations, which will be on display through our annual Lunar
New Year Family Festival!
memorial service was held Tuesday morning in Queens, New York, to
remember two New York Police Department (NYPD) officers who were
ambushed and fatally shot while sitting in their patrol car two years
their lives and actions, Chinese American Women resisted the slogan
"The Chinese Must Go". Chinese American women have always fought to
enter, re-enter, and remain in the United States. With great courage
they sailed to the United States, fought to stay in the United States,
and maintained deep ties to China.
New York City now lets you pay for parking with your phone
York City is making good on its promise to have smarter parking meters
before 2016 is over. As of December 19th, the first ParkNYC-capable
Muni-Meters are live in midtown Manhattan -- you can now pay for parking
through a smartphone app (or the web, or a call) instead of fishing for
cards and coins. While you'll need to load a virtual wallet, you can
extend your parking if you're in danger of running out.
Santa, Reindeer & Elf Looking for Directions In Chinatown
Chinatown Kiosk In Holiday Spirit
265 Canal Street - Canal Street Market
: Kudos, Cathay Bank Foundation for giving back to the community yr-after-yr with 33 grantees this year totaling over $335K.
Christmas carolers at our Chinatown info kiosk.
December 17: 12/17
Free screening at Chatham Sq Library of the documentary, "Who Killed
Vincent Chin". Victims were more than just Vincent Chin and Pvt.
Danny Chen. Listen to the agony of the wailing moms when justice is not
December 15: Beautiful performances by Prek3, Prek4 and kindergarten students at Transfiguration School.
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