The Mid-Autumn Festival is an East Asian tradition that celebrates the end of the fall harvest. It's a time to visit family, give thanks for the past year, and pray or hope for good fortune in the coming year. Like most human culture, many of the traditions began as rituals of faith, but evolved into secular folk traditions. This is a Pan-Asian tradition. It has Chinese … [Read more...] about Celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival or Moon Festival, the East Asian Harvest Tradition
Chinese NYC Archive
The Chinese NYC Archive contains New York Latin Culture Magazine's feature coverage of Chinese culture in New York City since 2020.
Our world is changing, but everyone still has a mom. Mother's Day in New York City 2023 The Latin way would be that everyone goes to Mom's house or a kid's house and we cook, eat, drink, talk, maybe dance a little, and that's about it. We just have a house party. But there are some things that your Mom might enjoy this year in New York City. Spanish Harlem … [Read more...] about Happy Mother’s Day NYC 2023!
Flushing Town Hall (FTH) is the cultural center of Flushing, Queens. Queens is the most diverse place in the world. The region has large Latin, Chinese, and South Asian communities, so there is lots of those types of programming. Flushing Town Hall is one of the New York theaters that truly represents everyone. The global mashups are spectacular. They are one of the … [Read more...] about Flushing Town Hall Presents the Diversity of Queens
The Lunar New Year Parade NYC 2023 is an old Chinese and East Asian tradition. The dragon dances through the streets to ward off evil spirits. The dancers pick up tips from businesses on the route. It's a Chinese tradition that is celebrated by the Chinese Diaspora throughout East Asia, Southeast Asia, and wherever there are chinatowns. 25th Lunar New Year Parade NYC … [Read more...] about The Lunar New Year Parade NYC 2023 Has Dragons Dance Through Manhattan Chinatown to the Lower East Side
Lunar New Year 2023 in New York, sometimes called Chinese New Year, is an important spring festival celebrated across East and SouthEast Asia. It is the big family festival in the Asian world with family gatherings, house cleanings, gift-giving and firecrackers to scare away evil spirits. Today Lunar New Year is one of the great human migrations because everyone who can … [Read more...] about Lunar New Year 2023 in New York, Year of the Rabbit
New York's Lunar New Year Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival 2023 is a firecracker lighting ceremony with Chinese dance, culture, and food in Manhattan, Chinatown. At Lunar New Year, we light firecrackers to scare away bad spirits. We don't just light single firecrackers, we light strings and walls of firecrackers. You've never seen anything quite like this. … [Read more...] about Lunar New Year Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival 2023
The 30th Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival 2022 is on Meadow Lake in Flushing Meadow Corona Park, Queens on Saturday-Sunday, July 30-31, 2022. Free. This is a Chinese heritage festival, but the Chinese Diaspora is everywhere in the world, so this is really a multicultural festival. Latins can be Chinese descent too and the culture is familiar to many East and Southeast Asians. … [Read more...] about Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival 2022 is Back in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens
Puppet Fringe NYC (International Puppet Fringe Festival NYC or NYC Puppet Week) by Teatro SEA is live at The Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural Center in the Lower East Side, Wednesday-Sunday, August 11-15, 2021, at the Museum of the City of New York in El Barrio East Harlem on Thursday, August 12, and virtual August 16-31, 2021. Free or $15 puppetfringenyc.com There are over 70 … [Read more...] about Hi-Ho Puppet Fringe NYC is Here, Yaaaay!
The Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival 2021 is on Meadow Lake in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens on Saturday, August 7, 2021 from 9am to 4pm. Rain or shine. FREE hkdbf-ny.org This multicultural festival is the largest and most traditional dragon boat festival in the United States. NYC's Chinese community is one of the largest and fastest-growing immigrant communities, … [Read more...] about The Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival 2021 is a Multicultural Fiesta of Chinese Culture
In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the 2021 Oscars, the 93rd Academy Awards are moving from their usual February date to Sunday, April 25, 2021. We had some really bad COVID-19 months last year and this year. The Academy wanted to give filmmakers extra time to complete and release their projects this year. So the whole process is pushed back about two months. written … [Read more...] about Chloe Zhao’s “Nomadland” Makes History at the Oscars 2021 Academy Awards
New York City adapts to the COVID-19 Pandemic by changing NYC Restaurant Week Winter 2021 into NYC Restaurant Week To Go Winter 2021 with $20.21 lunches or dinners to go, Monday-Sunday, January 25-31, 2021. Restaurants can chose to extend the promotion for another week through Sunday, February 7. It's extended to February 28. It's important that we buy local and support New … [Read more...] about NYC Restaurant Week “TO GO” Winter 2021 is Extended by Popular Demand
Tania León is a Cuban-born composer and conductor with an international career. In New York, she founded Dance Theatre of Harlem's music department and scored Geoffrey Holder's Trinidadian classical ballet "Dougla" among others. León is on the board of directors at the New York Philharmonic. Live on National Sawdust Tania León gives a Master class with vocalist Helga … [Read more...] about Cuban American Composer and Conductor Tania León Gives a Master Class