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ExploreChinatown Welcomes the Grand Opening of 3 New Additional Businesses in Our Community:
Amerigroup Community Care
(Chinatown Community Service Center)

Address:  28 Bowery
Phone #:  866-242-0224
About:  Amerigroup provides solutions for members who need a little help by making the health care system work better while keeping it more affordable for taxpayers.
   
OH TWO FIVE Inc.

Address:  43 Bayard St.
Phone #:  646-872-3693
About:  "Rock Scissor Paper, Rock Paper Scissor, 가위바위보, 石头 剪刀 布, however you'd like to call it, OH TWO FIVE is what I call it!"  Says the owner of this uniquely named dessert store, which sells a variety of drinks, snacks and of course yummy desserts.

  

Wonton Noodle Garden

Address:  56 Mott St.

Phone #:  212-966-4033 

About:  Explore a variety of Chinese food including 60+ different types of noodles, Congee, Wonton, Dumplings, Dim Sum, casseroles and one of the largest (30 kinds) selection of Chinese macoroni in this new restaurant located in the heart of Chinatown.                                                      

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3 New Chinatown Galleries: Hand-In-Hand in Remembering 9/11, Chinatown Remembers and Mid-Autumn Festival at Columbus Park
Hand-In-Hand Remembering 9/11 Gallery

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Chinatown Remembers - Memorial Ribbons Gallery
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Mid-Autumn Festival At Columbus Park

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September 21
Chinatown BID Approved Unanimously by the City Council in a 50 - 0 Vote

The New York City Council unanimously voted this past Wednesday in favor of supporting the formation of a Chinatown BID! 

A BID is a time-tested/proven way to sustain clean streets. Improving Chinatown attracts more visitors and more customers to local businesses, helps keep Chinatown competitive with adjacent neighborhoods and BIDs, and makes the neighborhood a better place to live, work and visit.

MoCA
Where:  MoCA, 215 Centre Street
When:  September 29
What:  Come celebrate MoCA's 3rd birthday at 215 Centre with funny and smart ladies of Asian American theater.

Growing Pains, a night of new works featuring Nora Chau, Kitty Chen, Cindy Cheung, Carla Ching, Jackie Chung, Mia Katigbak, Jen Kwok, Greta Lee, Rehana Lew Mirza, Maureen Sebastian and Ching Valdes-Aran. Hosted by The Pretty Precious Unicorns.

LIVE UNITED Bridge Walk

Where:  Brooklyn Bridge
When:  October 1st
What:  Every day, large numbers of New York City's eight million residents - one out of every five families - struggle with pervasive and growing poverty. These vulnerable New Yorkers do not have the advantages of others in education, income and health - the basic building blocks of a good life. This, in turn, hinders their ability to fulfill their potential as human beings and productive community members. 

Your participation in the Bridge Walk will raise awareness about critical needs in our city and what we can achieve when we all work together toward sustainable solutions. 

To register for this free walk, please call:  212-346-0719 or Email Us
Searching for the Perfect Roast Pig in Chinatown

Photo by Cynthia Lamb

 

By: JP Bowersock in The Lo-Down 
 
I love soy sauce chicken, roast duck and char siu (BBQ pork), but there's something magic about simple crispy skinned roast pig when done well. Peter told me his favorite place for roast pig had just closed. I said he ought to hit my favorite place, Hsin Wong (72 Bayard St). That's when he dropped a bomb on me: that was his favorite place as well!  Continue Reading
2 New Videos On ExploreChinatown.TV

 

Mid-Autumn Festival

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Chinatown Remembering

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