More Korean Businesses Move to Chinatown

There have recently been more Korean chains moving into Chinatown.  Read the rest of this story…

Chinatown Bus in Good Standing

It is very important to have safe transportation between cities, especially when traveling long distance. Chinatown busses have become less expensive and convenient, especially for those who live close to the downtown Chinatown area and do not want to travel to 34th Street or 42nd Street to take a bus. Read more here.

Learn How to Lion Dance in Chinatown!

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You’ve seen it at weddings and during Lunar New Year parades in Chinatown. Now your children can learn how to lion dance!

The NY Chinese Freemasons Athletic Club will be starting their Kids’ Lion Dance Program, co-hosted at the Greater Chinatown Community Association (GCCA), on Saturday, May 9th, 2015 from 1PM to 3PM at 105 Mosco Street, NY, at no cost to elementary aged children. Space is limited. If interested, please fill out the attached application and email the information to gccaevent@gmail.com or print/complete/bring it to the Jeffrey Chen or Jenny Ng at the GCCA at 105 Mosco St, NY 10013. GCCA is located right around the corner from Transfiguration Church at 29 Mott St.

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Celebrating Earth Day in Chinatown

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Today, Kimlau Square in Chinatown will be hosting Good Earth Day in Chinatown! There will be a clothing/textile recycling event through the day and tips on going green and beautifying the area! 11am to 2pm. See you there!

The Story of Council Woman Margaret Chin

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Recently, NBC did a story on Council Woman Margaret Chin and her journey in New York City called “‘I’m Not Afraid to Speak Out': How Margaret Chin Found Her Voice.” We are #TeamMargaret and are so inspired by her. Thank you for all that you do!

To read the story, click here.