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Date: May 2, 2016 , Monday
日期: 2016年5月2号, 星期一
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
時間: 下午2:00 至下午3:00
Location: 62 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013
地點: 華埠勿街62號 中華公所
New York-Presbyterian Lower Manhattan
Milling & Resurfacing

May 2 - 7 from 8pm to 5am

Small Business Open House for Minority

May 4, 2016 at 11:00 am
One way our city is fighting to ease income inequality is by supporting the many small businesses that make our neighborhoods thrive. Part of this effort involves making sure minority- and women-owned businesses (MWBEs) are successful - in the past year, NYC has seen a $25 million increase in contracts to MWBEs!
Jane Jacobs Centennial Lecture: Ray Suarez

Ray Suarez, broadcast journalist and author of three books including The Old Neighborhood: What We Lost in the Great Suburban Migration, will speak on the legacy of writer and preservationist Jane Jacobs (1916-2006), whose work changed the way the world views and understands cities.  Award-winning author and preservationist Roberta Brandes Gratz will introduce Suarez.  Note: Michael Kimmelman, who was originally scheduled for this date, will speak later in the series.
MOCAFILMS My Life in China

Thu, May 5, 2016 @ 6:30pm - 8:30pm
We will have a stand-by line at the door on the day of the event beginning at 6:00 pm. If any seats are still open five minutes before the event begins, we will release tickets to those in the stand-by line on a first-come, first-served basis.
Manhattan Gun Buyback Program

Sarturday, May 7
MOCACREATE: Tote-able Quilts!

Sat, May 7, 2016 @ 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Learn the basics of sewing and quilting as you design your own canvas tote bag! Inspired by a special quilt made from Chinese Garment Workers from Chinatown, we'll also be celebrating the tremendous contributions of Asian Americans in the garment industry during May's Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!

Jews and Christians: The Early Years - Semester II

TUESDAY MORNINGS, MAY 10, 17 & 24 - FROM 11 AM TO 12:30 PM
The life and teachings of Jesus came to be interpreted and revised by his disciples-most significantly by Paul. What were the issues over which Paul and the other disciples disagreed? How did these disagreements affect the development of what came to be called Christianity? What impact did these developments have on the Rabbinic Judaism which was flowering at the same time? 
MCC's Entrepreneurs Network Presents: 2016 Entreneurship Boot Camp

Thursday, May 12th from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
This full-day symposium will guide both the aspiring and current entrepreneur with a primer on how to build your business for success. This symposium will guide attendees through a series of topics needed to get your business running at full potential.

By 許可 / ny.stgloballink.com
為了響應4月22日地球日,華埠共同發展機構及華埠商該區共同舉辦第五屆華埠地球日活動 (Good Earth Day in Chinatown),除了近百名來自全市多所高中的學生義工幫助清掃街道、種植花草外。消防局、市清潔局等機構也到場為民眾普及相關知識,希望民眾更多地關注生活的社區。
Still Got It: Nom Wah Tea Parlor

By Scott Heins / gothamist.com
In this city, restaurants come and go faster than you can say "sustainable locavore burger." And even though there are great new additions to the culinary landscape popping up every week, you've gotta give kudos to anyone who can stick it out for over a year. With that in mind, we bring you Still Got It, our tribute to establishments that continue to serve mouthwatering meals and drinks long after the buzz has faded-or if the lingering hype is still justified.
Squadron & Chin Showdown In Chinatown Senior Center Cook-Off

State Senator Daniel Squadron and City Councilmember Margaret Chin participated in a cook off at the Chinese-American Planning Council (CPC) Chinatown Senior Center. Squadron and Chin both cooked stir fry chicken with celery. Seniors and staff at the CPC Senior Center ended the cook-off declaring a tie!
Chinese immigrants find safe haven in YMCA of Greater New York

Yue Huan Feng was pregnant with her second baby when she fled China 14 years ago and settled in Manhattan's Chinatown.
Group Hopes to Break Taboo Around Safe-Sex Talk in Chinatown With New Film

By Allegra Hobbs / /www.dnainfo.com
The Chinese-American Planning Council on May 19 will screen a short film about sexual health in the Chinatown community as part of its ongoing efforts to educate the population about prevention and testing, and to combat the taboo surrounding HIV/AIDS.
Chinese Retirees Dance Away Loneliness

By Voices of NY / voicesofny.org
At Columbus Park in Chinatown, visitors can often see a group of primarily Chinese women, many close to or at retirement age, dancing to the music from a boom box. They dance not just as a form of leisure or to stay fit. For some in the group the activity serves as an escape from the stress of everyday life and a way to fight off loneliness and depression. Esther Yu Hsi Lee introduces Open City readers to this other kind of square dance.

Chinatown Photos

A new Gong Cha Cafe in Chinatown
72 Bayard Street, New York NY 10013

2016 Good Earth Day in Chinatown

Lowline Community Event Co-hosted by Margaret Chin, NYC Council Member
April 30 - 2016 

AARP Shred Fest In Chinatown:
Anti-Fraud Event Encouraged Residents and All to Bring and Shred Sensitive Documents Such as Banking, Medical and Other Records


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