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  • Wednesday, December 12, 2018
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Japan Day at Central Park

By Helen yang      Japan Day at Central Park. It featured a variety of activities and food which celebrated and promoted Japanese culture with the public. The missions of Japan Day is to build bridges of cultural understanding between the people of Japan and the U.S, show the local Japanese community’s appreciation toward New York City and strengthen connections within Japanese community. Japan […]

Passport to Taiwan

By Joe Meny Experience Taiwanese American Heritage, including Arts & Crafts, Music, Delicacies, Performances & Exhibitions! (Sunday May 29th, 2011 12PM-5PM) Union Square Park North (17th Street & Park Avenue) Come to the largest Taiwanese- American Outdoor Festival in New York on May 29th and explore many wonders of Taiwanese-American Heritage. From mouthwatering delicacies, arts […]

‘The King of Joseon-Night of Korea’s Royal Costume and Cuisine

The King of Joseon’, a night of Korea’s royal costume and cuisine, took place at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on October 3rd, 2011. Highlighting Korea’s royal costume and cuisine from the era of King of Joseon, the works of one of Korea’s top designers, Hye-soon Kim was showcased and traditional Korean cuisine was served to those present. The Great Hall […]

Malaysian Kitchen

This fall, Malaysia Kitchen for the World hosted the ultimate street food celebration: the first-ever Malaysia Noodle Festival, featuring a variety of Malaysian noodle dishes by restaurants in New York City and the Tri-State area. Attracting hundreds of hungry New Yorkers on their lunch break, the Noodle Festival, featuring classic Malaysian noodle dishes from Laksa soups to stir fries, was set in the vibrant […]

The 30th Annual Korean Day Parade

By Sophia Hsu, Jessica lee, Chris Hansen On a brief reprieve from the fall rain, this particular Saturday was bright, sunny and warm. It was a perfect day for a parade and a block party. October 2nd marked the 30th anniversary of the Korean Day Parade. Nearly 100 organizations and almost 2,000 people participated in […]

Dance with Lions

By Baxley Aldworth Sashaying its enormous head proudly after soaring through the air from pole to pole, this lion is not like the ones at the local zoo. Those lions, after all, aren’t made up of two athletic young men in costume. This man-made lion is performing the Chinese lion dance, which is truly a […]

The Lucky Frog from Thailand–No need to kiss me, just rub my back!

In the Kingdom of Thailand, still known fondly to many as the legend-filled Land of Siam, set in the middle of Southeast Asia, there is a rich tradition of folk arts and handicrafts. One of these crafts, which helps support the residents of a small village and protect their ancient forest, is a hand carved […]

Buddhist Ritual Items & Symbols

Buddhism is one of the most established world religions that history has ever seen. Over the great expanse of time, it has quietly established its own set of symbolisms – symbols that are as old as time itself. This is only but natural with all the religions of the civilized world. And as such, many of these Buddhist religious symbols […]

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