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Associate Producer Nancy Tong to Attend Screening of “Who Killed Vincent Chin” at Chatham Square Library

Next Saturday, December 17, the Chatham Square Library will screen a 16mm print of the film Who Killed Vincent Chin? with a special guest, …

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Up Next Week, Two Events For Historical Food Enthusiasts

Next Wednesday, two local museums present two different mouthwatering takes on culinary history: the Tenement Museum looks at “Eight Flavors: The Untold Story …

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Nickel & Diner Opens For Dinner at 1 Howard St. on Wednesday

If you want to see how the neighborhood is changing, look no further than the intersection of Howard and Centre streets, just down the block from the Museum of Chinese in America. …

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The Daily Show Responds to Racist Fox News Segment in Chinatown

The Daily Show sent correspondent Ronny Chieng to Chinatown yesterday in response to that racist segment earlier in the week on Fox News. Enjoy!



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Local Politicos Blast Racist Fox News Segment Maligning Chinatown (Updated)

The backlash was swift and intense following a racist Fox News segment Monday night advancing ridiculous stereotypes in Chinatown. Bill O’Reilly sent his flunky, …

New development is beginning to change Chinatown's low-scale character.

Chinatown Zoning Talks Set to Begin; Some Activists Criticize Limited Scope

The Department of City Planning (DCP), local elected officials and Community Board 3 kicked off a rezoning initiative in Chinatown last week. …

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“HERSTORY,” Looks at Chinese-American Women’s History Through a Legal Lens

The Chatham Square Library offers a unique take on the story of Chinese-American women’s history with their upcoming exhibit, “HERSTORY: Chinese-American Women, 165 Years …

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Chinatown’s Joie de Vivre Hotel Begins Marketing Push

The promotional push is underway for the new Joie de Vivre Hotel at 50 Bowery …

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Essex Crossing Developers Reach Out to Chinatown Businesses

As the Essex Crossing project begins to take shape on the former Seward Park urban renewal site, the developers are stepping up their small business recruitment efforts. …

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Get Your ID NYC at the MOCA Pop-Up

Starting August 16th, New Yorkers can enroll for a free ID NYC card at the pop-up enrollment center in the Museum of Chinese in America. …

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Firefighters Rescue Rooftop Carouser From Chimney at 17 Allen St.

The tabloids and local television stations had fun over the weekend with this one. …

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City, Community Leaders Begin Chinatown Rezoning Talks (Updated)

Years after an unprecedented neighborhood preservation effort got underway, city planning officials, Community Board 3 and local elected officials have finally begun talks about …

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In Chinatown, a Conversation About New York’s Newest Art Gallery Scene

Yesterday, The W.O.W. Project hosted the second event in their Summer Series of workshops and discussions. The panel discussion titled “Chinatown: New York’s Newest Art Gallery Scene?” was a conversation on how the emergence of art spaces throughout Chinatown is affecting the neighborhood. …

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The Lost Arcade Opens at the Metrograph August 12

On August 12th, The Lost Arcade, a documentary about the end of old-school arcade culture in New York City, opens theatrically at the Metrograph. …

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10 Below Ice Cream Opens on Allen Street Tomorrow

Rolled ice cream is coming to the Lower East Side. Known for its Thai-inspired, hand rolled ice cream prepared on cold metal plates and mixed with a variety of different toppings, 10Below opens a new location tomorrow at 132 Allen St. …