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Small Business Saturday in Chinatown (Nov 30)
Chinatown Partnership and the Chinatown Business Improvement District are proud to support Small Business Saturday on Nov 30. According to Amex’s 2018 Small Business Economic Impact Study, for every $1 spent at a small business, 67 cents stays in the community — and every cent counts. Join us to celebrate and support small businesses that make communities such Manhattan's Chinatown unique.

Visit our info kiosk at 101 Baxter Street, on Nov 30 between 12pm and 5pm for free giveaways (while supplies last).

Additional ways to participate:

  • Leading up to Small Business Saturday, tell everyone about the small businesses you love. Encourage friends, family, and neighbors to do the same by using #ShopSmall on social media.
  • On Nov 30, get out and shop at the small businesses in Chinatown! Be sure to share your favorite places by using #ShopSmall and #SmallBizSat

We hope you’ll join us in supporting small businesses on Nov 30, and that you’ll remember to Shop Small throughout the holiday season and year-round!
Neighborhood Businesses
106 Mott Street

206 Grand Street

203 Grand Street

36 Mott Street

265 Canal Street
40 Mott Street

15 Elizabeth Street

81 Mott Street, 2nd Floor

189 Canal Street

81 Division Street
Enjoy 20% off two Lyft rides during Small Business Saturday weekend in Chinatown, 11/29-12/2, with code SBSCHINATOWN
Limited quantity available. Max savings of $5 per ride. Discount applies to the fare, Prime Time charges, Service fee, tolls, and taxes only. Valid between Nov 29, 2019 and Dec 2, 2019. Pickup or drop-off must be within the coverage area. Cannot be combined with other offers. Subject to Lyft's Terms of Service.
Accessibility Compliance
Tips for New York City Small Businesses
Online resource that will enable New York City small business owners to more easily understand their legal obligations in order to ensure compliance with accessibility standards.


感恩節來臨之 際,更符合華人口味的中式烤火 雞和感恩節大餐訂單不斷,華人 燒臘店、餐館近日已預備好比平 常更多的食材供應顧客需求;而 紐約華人也持續感恩節結婚的習 俗,不少餐館在一年前就接滿當 天的婚宴預定。

Authorities have finally identified the last victim of October’s horrific massacre in Chinatown that took the lives of four homeless men.

Florencio Moran Camano, 39, will be buried in Mexico, officials said Saturday. He was officially identified earlier this week after investigators found his brother.

Moran remained unidentified for weeks following the Oct. 5 bloodbath because he had no identification on him when he was found sprawled out on the sidewalk on E. Broadway near Catherine St.

Ahead of the holidays, NBC News spoke with Asian-American chefs across the country are swapping out dry, overcooked turkey with everything from Cornish hen games and coconut pies. The best part? Many of the dishes are perfect for sharing — exactly what you want for this holiday.

美國人口普查局 19日舉行2020年人口普查 亞裔媒體會議,呼籲亞裔積極參 加明年的人口普查,華埠共同發 展機構行政總監陳作舟指出,當 年超級風暴珊迪來襲時,康尼島 不少受災華裔居民要大老遠到華 埠才能獲得中文醫療翻譯,就是 因為康尼島華裔人口在上次人口 普查中被漏計,連帶影響政府未 提供足夠的翻譯人數和服務。


近年來,美國各地特別是紐約市的餐館頻頻收到幾個「 殘障 人」的 律師函, 原告以該餐館沒有殘疾人通道為 由,威脅起訴餐館;但最後往往 要求用錢私了。日前聯邦紐約南 區檢察官辦公室起訴了一個佛羅 里達律師,控告他「代表」兩個 「殘障人」填寫假案子索要律師 費,並用假聲明欺騙法庭。

Topping the list is Lung Moon Bakery. Located at 81 Mulberry St. (between Bayard and Canal streets) in Chinatown, the Chinese bakery is the highest-rated bakery in New York City, boasting 4.5 stars out of 279 reviews on Yelp.

Under the new legislation, a six-month pilot program will require the NYPD to evaluate at least 50 sites weekly with a high concentration of placard abusers, based on 311 complaints. Police officers—who have been some of the most egregious abusers of placards—will be required to photograph their enforcement efforts for review by the Department of Investigation and the City Council.

Chinese Americans are one of the last communities to be honored by the United States government for their service in World War II. Some 18,000 to 20,000 Chinese Americans served in the American military, and for more than seven decades, they went unrecognized.

On December 2, the Seattle Seahawks will do their part to honor Chinese American World War II veterans in their game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Job Op - Research Consultant (Manhattan CB3)
Manhattan Community Board 3 is seeking a research consultant to complete a new position paper detailing the need for construction of a new public school building at Essex Crossing, a 1.65 million square-foot development on the Lower East Side of Manhattan within Manhattan Community District 3 (CD 3). This paper will be used by the board to advocate for construction of the new school building.

If you have an @IDNYC, check your expiration date! You can renew your card online at NYC.gov/IDNYC beginning December 2! Over 1.3 million New Yorkers now carry an IDNYC card—your very own key to the best NYC has to offer. #RenewYourIDNYC

New works by selected choreographers:

  • Alice Halter
  • Catherine Eng
  • Caitlin Javech
  • Jessica Alexander & Madison Doyle
  • Susanne McHugh
  • Amanda Spilinga

Come experience the world premiere screening of the visual album PASIÓN. The film will be preceded by a live musical performance by Wendy Law. Starring cellist Wendy Law in collaboration with filmmaker Dilonna Rutherford, PASIÓN features the music of tango, bossa nova and Spanish classical music. Filmed across Greece, Spain, Italy, and New York City, it tells a semi-autobiographical story of love, betrayal, and redemption.

 

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