U.S.-born, she lived for a time in China and then fled it as Japan invaded. She later broke academic ground in New York in the study of the Asian American … Read more
The bill aims to curb single-use plastic waste that can’t be recycled. Approximately 1.1 million pounds of single-use plastic foodware from New York City winds up in landfills and incinerators … Read more
The city will launch a long-awaited study of the sclerotic Lower Manhattan artery this spring, looking at how to fix the chronically congested car sewer and make it safer for … Read more
Head to these places all across the globe, to witness the festivities of the Chinese New Year
From mouthwatering dim sum to the most aesthetically pleasing speakeasies, we’re spilling the best spots in NYC’s Chinatown.
Come January 22, millions of Americans with roots in China, Vietnam, South Korea and other Asian countries will ring in the Lunar New Year.
As the Asian American community prepares to begin celebrating Lunar New Year on Sunday, January 22, U.S. Rep. Grace Meng (D-Queens), First Vice Chair of the Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, today … Read more
While the Year of the Tiger was seen as a powerful period of action, and, at times, impulse, the rabbit sign is expected to usher in a softer period focused … Read more
Food writer Florence Fabricant includes Pearl River’s Year of the Rabbit Friendship Box in her Front Burner column for The New York Times.
Forbes asked six Asian-American chefs of Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean descent about their favorite Lunar New Year traditions, and how they plan to ring in the Year of the Rabbit
The Deputy Director will work closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to develop a comprehensive organizational fundraising strategy with clearly defined milestones and targets. In concert with … Read more