The Small Business Administration (SBA) is gearing up to open the application process for grants from the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF). As profiled in our previous article, these grants will … Read more
Natty Oranicha Jumreornvong was assaulted on her way to the hospital. A man came up to the third-year medical student and called her “Chinese virus,” she said, recounting the February … Read more
Our students build critical culinary and professional skills needed to thrive in the “new normal” of COVID-19 — now with added attention to food safety and public health awareness. Over … Read more
Hate crimes against elderly Asians in New York are vastly underreported. Here’s some information on what defines a hate crime, how to report incidents to the police, and ways to … Read more
Earth Week 2021 is here! Celebrate by supporting your local reuse community at a variety of events happening virtually and across the City this week. Browse the donateNYC calendar today … Read more
Hate crimes against Asian people have surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, but they go back a long way in the U.S.
An Asian dad was slugged in the face in Lower Manhattan on Saturday as his assailant yelled, “dumb f—-g c—k!” in front of the victim’s two young children, according to … Read more
Here, Margaret Cho and the other famous figures share their personal experiences with discrimination and their reactions to the recent spate of bigoted terror.
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Danny Liang is a waiter at Wo Hop, a restaurant at 17 Mott Street in Manhattan that has been in business since 1938. Originally from Guangzhou, China, Danny has been … Read more
Registration is now open for the annual 9/11 Memorial & Museum 5K Run/Walk, to be held on Sunday, April 25, 2021.
Entrant must complete and submit the online entry form on the Website during the Entry Period with a written statement of up to one thousand five hundred (1,500) characters (the “Essay”), each … Read more