“These UV lights that we have on site today effectively kill the virus,” said MTA CEO Pat Foye. “We believe this is a big deal.”
With nearly 90 percent of Manhattan’s Chinatown restaurants closed, a nonprofit powered by young professionals is building custom webpages for low-tech Chinese restaurants, allowing them to receive electronic donations.
Like many small businesses, the owners of a Manhattan bagel spot have reinvented the way they serve their customers due to the pandemic.
Asian-owned businesses are facing a crippling pileup of pressures during the coronavirus pandemic, advocates and researchers say — pressures that won’t all ease with the country’s piecemeal reopening.
For more than 80 years, a small family-run shop in New York’s Chinatown attracted a loyal following for its fresh, handmade tofu and sweet spongy rice cakes.
Critic Robert Sietsema finds it possible to shop (and eat) his way across the neighborhood again
Asian Americans come together to serve communities in need during the coronavirus pandemic, and deliver PPE to hospitals and medical workers.