044. Advocacy groups call for better treatment of Haitian migrants

043. How much does it cost businesses to go green?

042. American businesses bounce back 12%, are we … back to normal?

041. No more “on mute”, live trade show makes a comeback in Brooklyn, for the vaxed and masked.

040. Go online or go under? Small businesses at a crossroads.

039. Labor shortage: where are the “missing” workers?

038. What does the infrastructure bill mean for New York

037. NYC vaccine mandate challenged in court

036. Small Businesses Try a Jumpstart in a Questionable Economic Era

035. Franchise EXPO

More and more franchises struggle to secure financing are turning to wealthy immigrant looking for a green card. Chains have begun pitching themselves to well-heeled foreign buyers using so-called EB-5 visas as a selling point.
034. Passport to Taiwan Festival 2019 Celebrates Taiwanese American Heritage & Equal Marriage

033. Chinese classical poetry expert speaks at Confucius Institute

Confucius Institute for Business at Suny Global Center hosts Ben Wang, a Senior Lecturer in Language and Humanities about classical Chinese poetry.
032. The World’s Fare is Back!

The World’s Fare returned to Queens for the second successive year on May 18th to 19th , with over 10,000 visitors at the Citi Field venue.
031. “The Moon Represents My Heart,” MoCA celebrates Chinese Music

The Museum of Chinese in America opened its new exhibition The Moon Represents My Heart: Music, Memory and Belonging, on view from now through September, 2019, with themes of community, spirituality, longing, belonging, joy and appreciation.
030. Washington DC Loses Ground As Good Place to Live

Despite a stable job market, high medium pay and quality schools, the capital of the United States falls from 8th to 19th on “Best Places to Live” from U.S. News and World Report.
029. Small Business Not Small

028. Former HK Minister Patrick Ho sentenced to NYC Prison

027. Amazing New Hudson Yards complex opens in NYC

026. CAPA APA “Heritage Month” Celebration 40 Years in NYC

New York's Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Celebration is the nation's longest running festival celebrating Asian diversity. The Heritage Week was established in 1978 and was later expanded to a month in 1992. Last year over 23,000 people joined us. We anticipate an even larger audience due to the 40th anniversary celebration.
025. Vision EXPO New York

Short-sightedness, the most common eye problem, affects 1.5 billion people. At New York’s Vision Expo where eyewear innovation and eye care education mingle, exhibitors analyze reasons for the increasing prevalence of eye problems.
024. Healthy Food Expo has the Answers?

Balancing health and deliciousness is easier than ever. Healthy Food Expo New York brought together the leading purveyors of scrumptious and addition-free products, celebrating gourmets that are both tasty and good for you.
023. Fighting Racism by “Political Incorrectness:” Comedian battles oversensitivity

Geno Bisconte, a controversial podcast personality of Compound Media is famous for his bold language about race and carefree hosting style. For years, he’s been combatting over political correctness on race by being … politically incorrect.
022. Environmentalists Demand More $$$ For NYC Green Spaces

Play Fair, a new advocacy campaign for parks launched with a rally at City Hall. The campaign focuses on an increase to the expense budget for the Parks Department. It says the investment in greenspaces would improve air quality, create resilient neighborhoods and brings New Yorkers closer to nature.
021. Broadway Meets West End

Although thirty percent of Tony awards are given to Brits, most of the musicals made in London’s West End gain recognition after a Broadway run. What is behind this special dynamics between Broadway and West End?
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