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–Attempted murder charges have been filed against a suspect who allegedly stabbed a 36-year-old Asian man in the back in Chinatown. Prosecutors have decided not to charge the suspect with a hate crime. [ABC News]

–There was a big rally in Foley square yesterday to make a strong statement against anti-Asian violence and racism. [Channel 7]

–“American Dream Tarnished;” Jason Wang of Xi’an Famous Foods conveys what it’s like dealing with anti-Asian racism. [The New York Times]

–YouTuber XiaoMaNYC is handing out $1,000 tips at his favorite Chinatown restaurants. [The New York Post]

–Jing Fong’s unionized workers are protesting the restaurant’s decision to close its dining room permanently and calling on landlord Jonathan Chu to help save Chinatown’s largest banquet hall.  [Eater]

–Surprisingly, New York City galleries, including the Lower East Side’s own James Fuentes, are doing pretty well during the pandemic. [Bloomberg]

–A look back at the history of Kossar’s. [Gothamist]

–Tres Leches Cafe opens a new location on Orchard Street. [Gothamist]

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