Just ten days after New York City first learned of 88 Lan Zhou’s plans to permanently close, the restaurant has announced that it will be temporarily staying open. “With the … Read more
To help New York City’s small businesses experiencing financial distress due to the impact of COVID-19, Citizens Committee has launched the Neighborhood Business Grants. Grants of between $5,000 to $10,000 … Read more
Fay Chew Matsuda, a first-generation Chinese-American who devoted her career as an amateur museum curator to preserving the heritage of overlooked generations of immigrants from China, died on July 24 … Read more
The Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee has indicated 30 percent of highway deaths in New York are occupants unrestrained by a seat belt. Safety experts believe that the use of a backseat seat belt … Read more
Detectives are looking for two men who held up a Chinatown bodega at gunpoint before scooting away on a moped last week.
As New York slowly reopens, many residents have noticed a disturbing return to normal: The rats are coming back, too.
On Monday, when The New York Times reported on Chinatown’s outdoor dining scene, it was the first time I was happy to be scooped. The more we talk about Chinatown, … Read more
The neighborhood is spilling over with cold noodles and dim sum specialties after its streets emptied this spring, says critic Robert Sietsema
‘Eateries like Golden Mandarin Court, Amazing 66 and Hope Shing are shuttering after months of quarantine restrictions and decreased tourism in Chinatown. ‘It’s been four months now. It’s not getting … Read more
The CPC Summer Alternative Program (CPC SAP) offers six weeks of career exploration and professional development through guided virtual activities, workshops, and discussions. The program begins on July 20, 2020, … Read more
Outdoor dining will tentatively start on June 1 next year
We will end field data collection by September 30, 2020. Self-response options will also close on that date to permit the commencement of data processing. Under this plan, the Census … Read more