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DOT's Summer Streets Returns


Aug 1, 8 & 15, 
from 7am to 1pm 
Streets will be clear of cars for people to talk, bike, and have fun at various area stops.   More Info




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ADA 25th Birthday / Weekend Walk
July 26th, Chinatown
Thousands attended, thank you all for your support!

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Chinese Press Coverage of ADA 25/Weekend Walk:  

華埠周末漫遊節 千人捧場 殘障人士保護法簽署25周年 

by World Journal


紐約州眾議員魏普林(David Weprin)、曼哈坦區長高布邇(Gale Brewer)、市議員陳倩雯、華埠商業改進區(Chinatown BID)行政總監陳作舟等人,26日上午11時為華埠周末漫遊節揭幕,這是華埠商改區首次與盲人權益倡導和藝術教育組織Art Beyond Sight共同舉辦的、以殘障人士為主題的華埠周末漫遊節。 More Info 

  

Press Coverage of A

DA 25/Weekend Walk:  


People gathered to promote equal rights for the disabled and commemorate the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. 


Press Coverage of ADA 25/Weekend Walk:  New Yorkers Celebrate Anniversary of Americans With Disabilities Act at Manhattan Festival

by NY1

 

A street festival in Manhattan marked the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act Sunday.  A host of city organizations and disability non-profits set up kiosks on Mott Street, between Canal and Worth.  They're celebrating the landmark ADA bill, which ensures equal civil rights and accessible resources for people with disabilities.  
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Sat, Aug 1, 2015 @ 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Sat, Aug 15, 2015 @ 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Come back in August with your masterpiece to create a digital movie!  More Info

  

Good Health Day


 

Aug 5 - CBW Community Health Center Good Health Day @ SDR Park, 10am to 3pm

 
 

 


Thu, Aug 13, 2015 @ 5:30pm - 9:00pm
MOCA is proud to host the 9th Annual Hate Crime Prevention Art Exhibit organized by Organization of Chinese Americans - New York Chapter (OCA-NY). 

  



Thu, Aug 20, 2015 @ 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Did you know that Disney classic, Bambi was illustrated by Tyrus Wong? Join MOCA for an evening of trivia inspired by all things Asian American. 


 


Fifteen years ago the Fujianese swept into Chinatown and totally transformed the neighborhood. Old-guard Cantonese places disappeared in droves - especially the ducks-in-the window type of teahouse, an institution that had defined Chinatown for over a century. 

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by:  Benjamin Norman for The New York Times

What draws the crowds? Mr. Fong's isn't glitzy or snobby. "Just a cool bar in the middle of nowhere," said the model Janice Alida, who called in from a shoot in Montauk to rave. It is mostly absent the undesirable bro contingent choking Lower East Side bars, even without any official door policy.



 

Watch a New Chinatown Shop Create Made-to-Order, Thai-inspired Ice Cream


A new ice cream parlor in Chinatown doesn't just scoop ice cream into a cup - it makes the treats in front of their customers' eyes.

  



Despite major strides in equality, challenges remain for people with disabilities.

New Website Delivers Food from Chinatown to Lower Manhattan and Midtown 


By Lisha Arino / DNAINFO.com 
CHINATOWN - Dishes from more than a dozen Chinatown restaurants can now be delivered to your home or office within an hour.

OnDelivery.com, a new "food messenger" service that launched earlier this month, can deliver Tawainese bento boxes, bao, ramen bowls and other delicious treats anywhere in Lower Manhattan up to 42nd Street from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day, it announced at a Thursday afternoon press conference.  

The site lets customers view menus and order food online, which is then delivered by uniformed food messengers hired by the company, who travel by bicycle or subway, said co-founder James Chen, who started a similar site in Queens called flushingfood.com a year ago.

"We provide the delivery service for every order that's generated on our website, so this way we can deliver much further and much faster," he said at the press conference, which took place at Shanghai Cuisine at Bayard and Mulberry streets.  Continue Reading Article At Source

A New Multi-Cultural Dance Play With an Original Score 


Pearl (www.PearlTheShow.com), a new multi-cultural dance play inspired by the life of Pearl S. Buck, the first woman to win both the Nobel and the Pulitzer Prizes, will have its world premiere at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center for 4 performances only, August 27-30th. More Info

 
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New Restaurant In Chinatown - Wok Wok Southeast Asian Kitchen



 
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 ADA 25th Birthday Weekend Walk - July 26, 2015

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