Posts Tagged ‘Chinese’

Bilingual Fest Kicks Off on UWS

Written by Joanna Fantozzi on . Posted in News West Side Spirit, West Side Spirit

Bilingual Fest 1 A new collaboration between Spanish and Chinese heritage groups will introduce kids to different cultures Chinese and Spanish may not even have an alphabet in common, but these two cultures will be coming together for the Upper West Side’s first annual Bilingual Fest, a charity event featuring music and dance acts in both Chinese and [&hellip
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Summer, When a Young Man’s Fancy Turns to Thoughts of…Spice?

Written by Regan Hofmann on . Posted in Dining Our Town, Dining West Side Spirit, Dwell OTDT, Eat & Drink, Lifestyle, Our Town, Our Town Downtown, West Side Spirit

Dining-Zabb Elee salad I don’t know if you noticed, but it got real hot real fast last week, catapulting the city from genuine springtime directly into the gaping maw of summertime. It’s a well-worn trope that when the going gets hot, the hot eat spicy foods. It’s well-worn, sure, but if you’re like 98 percent of the Western [&hellip
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Soho to Get a Bite of Midtown Turkish Delight

Written by admin on . Posted in Eat & Drink

Popular eastern Mediterranean restaurant to open branch in November By Megan McGibney It is said the world’s three greatest cuisines are French, Chinese and Turkish. While Downtown has plenty of the first two, it could use more of the latter. Luckily, Soho is set to get a Turkish eatery of its very own Nov. 15, [&hellip
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An iLife Examined

Written by admin on . Posted in Arts & Film

By Marissa Maier Mike Daisey, called a “master storyteller” by the New York Times, has developed a special blend of personal history and gonzo journalism in his hilarious and touching monologues. This time around, Daisey narrows his laser-sharp wit on the empire of Apple in The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, playing through [&hellip
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Can Your Toddler Speak Chinese?

Written by admin on . Posted in Education, News West Side Spirit

Sharon Huang was working in New York City and living in New Jersey when she began looking around for a Mandarin immersion program for her soon-to-be born twins. “I knew there were some out there, but I realized there wasn’t one in New Jersey,” she said. “I thought with Chinese becoming such an important language, [&hellip
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Welcome to the Palace

Written by admin on . Posted in Eat & Drink

Setting the standard for haute Chinese cuisine in New York City since 1971, Shun Lee Palace and its sister restaurant, Shun Lee West, have delighted an estimated 10 million diners with an array of classic and original Szechuan and Cantonese dishes. If ever there were a special-occasion restaurant, Shun Lee Palace sets that standard too. [&hellip
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