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?
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.
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