Search Results for "Chunxiang Jin" : 7

The artist Dongfan Chen and his wife, at one end of the Doyers St. mural. (Photo via World Journal)

Controversy over Public Art in Chinatown

Culture, East Asian July 23, 2018 at 11:42 pm

Public art has come to Doyers St. in Chinatown – and with some strong reactions, report both Sing Tao Daily and World Journal.

Photographers Andrew Kung (left) and Emanuel Hahn at their Pearl River Mart exhibition, "The Mississippi Delta Chinese." (Photo by Chunxiang Jin via World Journal)

Lives of ‘Mississippi Delta Chinese’ Documented in Photos

Culture, East Asian, History May 25, 2018 at 12:15 pm

A photo exhibition on the little-known community of Chinese in the Mississippi Delta is on display at the Pearl River Mart. The two New York-based photographers speak to World Journal.

Protesting (Photo by Chunxiang Jin via World Journal)

Chinese Rally for Family-Based Immigration

East Asian, Immigration, Manhattan February 13, 2018 at 4:29 pm

Some 100 protesters, many of them Chinese, spoke out against the Trump administration’s proposal to restrict family-based visas, reports World Journal.

Around 100 people turned out on Danny Chen Way, on a stretch of Elizabeth Street, to commemorate the sixth anniversary of the soldier’s death.

Chinese Community Commemorates Danny Chen

East Asian, Manhattan October 6, 2017 at 5:04 pm

On the sixth anniversary of the death of Pvt. Danny Chen, many gathered on a stretch of road named after the soldier to remember the Chinatown native, reports World Journal.

New Beef King at 89 Bayard St. is closing shop after 35 years. (Photo by Chunxiang Jin via World Journal)

No More Hong Kong-Style Jerky?

Business, East Asian, Food, Manhattan September 29, 2017 at 5:01 pm

Once their last batch of Hong Kong-style jerky has been sold, the couple running New Beef King will close the Chinatown store after 35 years, reports World Journal.

Summer interns of Chinatown Partnership and the Chinatown BID (Photo by Chunxiang Jin via World Journal)

Young People Help to Draw a Map of Chinatown Businesses

Manhattan, Youth July 13, 2016 at 11:37 am

Summer interns at Chinatown Partnership and the Chinatown Business Improvement District are collecting information on each of the thousands of shops in the neighborhood so that the organizations can better assess the needs of the businesses, reports World Journal.

At the Nov. 20 at the Pink Houses, one year after Akai Gurley's death (Photo by Chunking Jin via World Journal)

A Year After Akai Gurley’s Death

Asian, Black, Brooklyn, East Asian, Police November 23, 2015 at 1:59 pm

One year after police officer Peter Liang killed Akai Gurley at the Pink Houses, family and community members, as well as CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities, rallied, reports World Journal.