020. Past and Present of NYC Chinatown Parade

Each year, dragons, drums and dancers paraded through Hester Street to East Broadway through Canal Street to usher in the new lunar year in Big Apple. Let’s go to Manhattan’s Chinatown to know more about the history, the current vitality and the behind-the-scene of the parade and festival.
019. LGBT Enterprises Inclusive Policy Introduced in NYC

A bill has been introduced to include LGBT-owned businesses in procurement opportunities and provides LGBT New Yorkers fair access to economic development programs that drive innovation and create jobs throughout NYC.
018. Coffee Fest yields new Trends

Co-located for the first time with Healthy Food Expo New York and Restaurant and Foodservice Show, Coffee Fest attracted owners and operators who wanted to learn how to grow their specialty beverage business.
017. IBS New York & Aesthetics Show

The International Esthetics, Cosmetics & Spa Conference co-located with International Beauty Show is the longest-running professionals-only event in beauty Industry.
016. Arts Brookfield Lunar New Year

Arts Brookfield presented a family-friendly performance in partnership with the New York Chinese Cultural Center on the 9th of February. A dynamic Lion Parade led by lion dancers launched an afternoon filled with bursts of energy and color.
015. Hong Kong Lunar New Year in NYC

HK Trade and Economic Development Office rings in the New Year at annual gala in NYC and Promotes New Culture District.
014. Met Museum of Art Celebrates New Year

The METS hosted a belated Lunar New Year Celebration with Lion Dance institute at US’s biggest Asian theme gallery.
013. NGLCC Celebrates Diversity with Lunar New Year Fete

This is the monthly NGLCC (National LGBT Chamber of Commerce) meeting, for February hosted at the Slate restaurant. The business voice of the LGBT community, the largest not-for-profit advocacy organization dedicated to expanding economic opportunities and advancements for LGBT people .
012. Queens Center Mall Lunar New Year

Busy shopping Mall in Elmhurst, NY goes all out for Lunar New year
011. Flushing Town Hall Asian Fusion Concert

Asian Fusion Concert mixes East with West and a few surprises in between for audience delight.
010. New Year Day Camp at China Institute

Lunar New Year Day Camp at China Institute takes advantage of the NYC school holiday for Lunar New Year
009. NY Times Travel Show

Tens of thousands of shivering cold travel fans assemble for 3 days at the annual NY Times Travel Show dreaming of faraway places.
008. BroadwayCon can make you a Star

Being in, or seeing your first show changes everything. Join us as we explore BroadwayCon, the annual conference and gathering place for all things Broadway and live theatre.
007. BroadwayCon Marketplace

Take a walk with Chinamerica Radio as we stroll through the Marketplace expo at this year’s BroadwayCon and visit with many of the vendors and exhibitors.
006. NY Chinese Cultural Center Winter Showcase

Chinamerica Radio was there and we talked to the Executive Director, dancers, students and other participants. Want to learn more or sign up for classes? Visit
005. New York Chinese Culture Center Annual Gala

Every year the achievements of the New York Chinese Cultural Center are celebrated with honorees, guests, and performances at the annual gala, this year, following a 6 inch snowfall. Undaunted, the show always goes on.
004. Snug Harbour Winter Lantern Festival

Normally, the Chinese Scholar’s Garden is the big Asian draw at Snug Harbor on Staten Island, but this year, holidays became even more bright and colorful with the amazing Winter lantern demonstration.
003. Taiwanese help their Own at NYC Taiwan Center

HelloTaiwan celebrates the annual appearance of ghosts and goblins in order to benefit Taiwanese Americans in need
002. MOCA Chinese Typewriter

Ever see a Chinese typewriter? Ever wonder how Chinese characters get to the printed page without being hand-drawn? See this fascinating exhibit at Museum of Chinese In America on Centre St.NYC.
001. MOCA Chinatown History Project

Take a walk through the streets of Chinatown NYC with photographer Bud Glick as he takes us back in time to what Chinatown looked and felt like 30 years ago.
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