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Dear Wellington,

Please join us on Saturday morning, September 10, 2011 in a public, open remembrance of the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2011 tragedies, hosted by Community Board 1.

Thousands will join hands along Lower Manhattan's west side waterfront, creating a human chain of unity and a powerful symbol of our continued rebuilding and healing.  

The event is free and open to all, but every participant must pre-register.  To register with us please email or call:

info@chinatownpartnership.org    /    212-346-9288
ExploreChinatown Exclusive Deal of the Month

10th Anniversary of September 11 In 

 Red White & Blue

Artist Chee Wang Ng will exhibit, 9/11 Memorial Installation in Red White Blue, at three locations during the month of September to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the September 11th tragedy. Ng's installation cries for the nation's loss by transforming a simple bowl of rice with chopsticks stuck in it vertically, taboo in the Chinese culture and eerily resembling the Twin Towers, sitting on top of a table cloth surrounded by candles representing the US flag, to honor the innocent lives lost. A low murmuring Buddhist prayer of salvation for the dead is heard in chants emanating from under the low circular table.


Ng will also be speaking at, We are a Family: Reflections of 9/11 by Chinese New Yorkers, on Thursday, September 22, 2011, from 4:30PM to 7PM, at Pace University (1 Pace Plaza, Student Union, Manhattan). URL: www.aaari.info/11-09-22Pace.htm


Installation produced by the Asian American / Asian Research Institute - CUNY


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Post 9/11 Portraits of
NY Chinatown @ Library of Congress
 Memorial in Chatham Square after 9-11 Photo by Lia Chang 
Memorial in the shadow of Confucius Plaza after 9-11. Photo by Lia Chang


From August 30 through September 15, 2011, a "Post 9/11": Commemorative Display will be on view in the Library of Congress' Asian Division Reading Room, located in Room L J 150 of the Thomas Jefferson Building, 10 First Street S.E., Washington, D.C. The hours of the Library of Congress' Asian Division Reading Room are 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


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Featured Store of the Month

Chinatown Ice

Cream Factory Exclusive Coupon

Looking for a frozen treat after your meal in Chinatown? Open for business since 1978 by the Seid family,Chinatown Ice Cream Factory (CICF) has been serving quality, authentic homemade ice cream and sorbets for the past thirty-three years on Bayard Street in the core of Chinatown. Using premier ingredients and traditional Chinese recipes, CICF offers a large selection of traditional (Vanilla, Oreo Cookie, Rocky Road) and exotic flavors (Red Bean, Egg Custard, Taro). The recipient of the Zagat Survey Award of Distinction, CICF has appeared in numerous print publication and media including Time Out New York and Toni on New York.


65 Bayard Street



@ 34a Mott St.

ExploreChinatown welcomes Sweetberry to the neighborhood. Check out this new store's assortment of yogurt flavors, ready to take with you on the go as you explore the area. Plus, get a free iPhone case with select purchases. A one stop shop to razzle your taste buds, and dazzle your phone.

456 Shanghai Cuisine


Grandson of one of the original owners, Zhou H. Li, has returned the 456 name to Chinatown, having opened 456 Shanghai Cuisine on Mott Street. Mr. Li, the restaurant's chef and one of its owners, serves outstanding soup dumplings and fried fish, cold noodles and stir-fries. For those who have prematurely mourned Manhattan's Chinatown, or simply declared its primacy lost to the size and variety of the one in Flushing, Queens, 456 is a sign of health. 

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A Landmark That Should Have Been, at Last, Is


The monumental former Citizens Saving Bank at the Bowery and Canal Street - portal to Manhattan, gateway to Chinatown and impregnable fortress of thrift is the kind of neighborhood cynosure that just looks like a landmark. But it wasn't until this month.


"The building was a strong visual anchor for pedestrians, el passengers or anyone coming on and off the Manhattan Bridge," 

Robert B. Tierney, the chairman of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, said Aug. 9, as the 87-year-old bank building was designated an official city landmark.


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