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2017 Chinatown / ADA Weekend Walks
Sunday, July 16, 2017 - 11am to 4pm

Mott Street (between Canal & Worth Street), Manhattan's Chinatown
Weekend Walks are multi-block, multi-day events on commercial corridors that promote the use of streets as public space. Community based organizations apply to close commercial streets and provide active programming that highlights local businesses.

Join us in Manhattan's Chinatown to celebrate the 27th birthday of the Americans with Disabilities Act; to instill and reinforce pride among all members of the disability community, their caregivers, family, friends and supporters; to change the public perception of people with disabilities; and to tear down the barriers and boundaries that divide us in order to foster a spirit of unity and collaboration.

From 11am to 4pm, visit cultural and information booths throughout Mott and Bayard Streets, enjoy games and activities, as well as taste all the delicious foods that Chinatown has to offer everyone.

Presented by the Chinatown Partnership, Art Beyond Sight, and the New York City Department of Transportation.

Chinatown Water Festival (July 9th)
Council Member Chin Receives Surprise Award

Some of the freshest and most affordable produce can be found in the busy, crowded blocks of Chinatown, but you can also find some of the greatest beauty products tucked away there. The makeup artists and skincare obsessed have been coming to the neighborhood for imported cult products for years-it's where you can find anything from rare eye drops to sheet masks to experimentally high SPF counts. Here are a few of our favorite shops.

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Nearly 97,000 trucks cross into NYC every day and nearly 25,000 trucks cross into Manhattan each day, 80% travel between 6am and 7pm. If we moved a fraction of those trucks to the off hour period (between 7pm - 6am), it would produce great impacts for businesses, the environment, and the City.

To that end, NYC DOT is seeking to expand the Off Hour Deliveries (OHO) program. The OHO program focuses on shifting truck deliveries to business from peak periods to off hours (7pm to 6am). As part of the program expansion, we are seeking to understand which business are currently receiving deliveries in the off hours and which would be interested in learning more about this program.

We have developed a short survey to help us understand OHO participation. Please help us by completing this survey, which should take less than 10 minutes to complete. The survey is available online at:  More Info
#nohatehere #Chinatown is for everyone! Hate Has No Business Here-not in this country, not in this city, not in our businesses and not in our hearts. Chinatown's businesses will be displaying posters, flyers, postcards and window decals to show their support for our diverse community.

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By 俞姝含
Congrats to all of the gala honorees and thank you to the board members for your dedication in making #chinatown shine!
New shop: Joy Luck Sponge Cake @ 81 Bayard St #chinatown #welcome #spongecake
New Grand Opening in Chinatown:  87 Mulberry Street
7/23, join us and Grow NYC for a free Stop n Swap event @ Columbus Park, 11am to 2pm. Bring clean, reusable, portable items such as clothing, housewares, electronics, books & toys that you no longer need. Take home something new-to-you, free! You don't have to bring something to take something.
#welcome new shop, OFC Chicken V @ 124C Hester St #chinatown #grandopening
Money doesn't grow on trees, but in #chinatown if you look up, flowers grow on lampposts. #beautification
Council Member Peter Koo and others receive Alexander Hamilton Immigrant Award at Federal Hall on July 3rd.

CCBA Chinese Crimson Kings Marching Band
Left to right, Gov. Dewitt Clinton re-enactor Kyle Jenks, Councilwoman Margaret Chin, and historical storyteller Jonathan Kruk joined a mini-parade from Federal Hall to the South Street Seaport on July 2.
Coming soon on 19A Mott Street: Aunt Tea
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