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ExploreChinatown Newsletter (11/27/18)
#GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. Since its inaugural year in 2012, #GivingTuesday has become a movement that celebrates and supports giving and philanthropy with events throughout the year and a growing catalog of resources.

Donate to Chinatown Partnership today and help fund cultural programs and community workshops that take place throughout the year. Thanks to your support, together we can help rebuild Chinatown!
感恩節和黑五的消費高峰方歇, 「全國小商家星期六」(National Small Business Saturday)接力登場,24日(周六)華人聚集的皇后區法拉盛和曼哈頓華埠人潮不斷;法拉盛商家表示因為天氣轉暖,人潮絡繹不絕,華埠推出的免費折 價券(Coupon Book)也很受歡迎。
Small Buseiness Saturday might be over but you can still stop by our info kiosk (101 Baxter St) this week for free a tote bag (while supplies last), and remember to #ShopSmall in Chinatown all year long!
Many thanks to our Clean Streets Team and the NYPD 5th Pct Sector A NCOs who spent Black Friday cleaning up graffiti on Henry Street.
11/28, visit NYC Small Business Services (SBS) mobile unit @ 22 Bowery, 11am to 2pm - Learn about SBS resources and free Compliance Consultations to help your business avoid common violations.
由華裔藝術家陳棟帆在曼哈頓華埠宰也街(Doyer St.)創作的61米長巨幅空間壁畫「龍與花之歌」(The Song of Dragon and Flowers)於日前展期結束,根據市交通局統計,宰也街單日增加的人流達到111%;而華埠共同發展機構行政總監陳作舟表示,將結合網路繼續發酵該議 題,為華埠創造商機。
Interested in exploring the newest restaurant and retail additions to Chinatown? From a cocktail bar to an egg roll bakery, read on to see the newest destinations to open their doors in this New York City neighborhood.

紐約市府推動多年的泡沫塑料禁令,終將從明年開始實行。上個月,紐約州上訴法庭推翻了餐館業者的上訴請求,並認定泡沫塑料餐具無法被「環保而經濟」地回收,維持了紐約市府禁用一次性泡沫塑料產品的法規。

擁 有190年歷史的中國涼茶品牌「王老吉」,於曼哈頓華埠格蘭街(Grand St.)設立第一座海外博物館,向民眾介紹涼茶文化、歷史,並提供品牌茶飲試喝及購買;博物館18日舉行開幕式,該品牌表示,未來預計還會在全球主要55 個城市開設博物館,希望將涼茶及中華文化推廣到全世界。

轄管曼哈頓華埠的市警五分局局長吳銘恒將於20日榮升為督察(Inspector),成為繼三星警司陳文業後又一市警華裔高階警官;升職後預計很快將調離五分局,他表示,不論調任何職,都將不忘初心,繼續為華人社區服務。

In the heart of modern-day Chinatown sits a cultural icon from another era: the stunning Museum at Eldridge Street , the oldest Eastern European Orthodox Jewish synagogue in the United States.

Miss Hill: Making Dance Matter tells the inspiring and largely unknown story of a woman whose life was defined by her love for dance. Martha Hill emerges as dance's secret weapon, someone who fought against great odds to establish dance as a legitimate art form in America.

  • Findings from DCA’s citywide learning tour to raise awareness about NYC’s expanded Paid Safe and Sick Leave Law
  • Impact of the law’s new provisions, which include a broadened definition of family members and the right to use leave for safety because of domestic violence, unwanted sexual contact, stalking, or human trafficking
  • Gender equity and workplace rights

 

Past Newsletters:

 

View:  Chinatown Newsletter - November 7, 2017

 

View:  Chinatown Newsletter - October 19, 2017

 

View:  Chinatown Newsletter - October 1, 2017

 

View:  Chinatown Newsletter - September 15, 2017

 

 

 

 

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