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Free Bahn Mi Sandwiches!

by Peng Li on December 6, 2011

Apologize greatly for the lack of updates. Been extremely busy with work and such but found this deal that is too hard to pass. Especially since the original spot was my second review.

Head on over to Scoutmob for this deal, I’m going to try it out personally tomorrow.


Museum of Chinese in America

by Peng Li on April 8, 2010

Museum of Chinese in America
215 Centre St.
New York, NY 10013


I got an opportunity to visit this museum for free (courtesy of Target free Thursdays) on a sunny afternoon. This museum was on top of my to-go list for a while.

The museum itself is quite small, although I heard that the old site was even smaller. Upon entry the museum is partitioned off to a few room. There’s a wall with influential Chinese Americans and on it you will find Yahoo’s Jerry Yang, the first Chinese governor Gary Locke. Rapper Jin the MC is placed right next to Bruce Lee which was one interesting juxtaposition.

You will find old movie posters of Caucasian Hollywood actors playing Chinese guys with the fumanchu mustache. Another interesting artifact is a little booklet for U.S. troops to use during World War 2 in the Pacific. There is a wall with old immigration documents from the late 1800 to early 1900′s, I didn’t even know so many Chinese people immigrated to the U.S. at that time. Check out all my pictures for a good sense of what the museum is about.

I think this museum is a must see for every Chinese American. Especially since it is free on Thursdays.


Columbus Park

by Peng Li on March 26, 2010

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Columbus Park

67 Mulberry Street
New York, NY 10013

This little park in the heart of Chinatown is a good microcosm of the retired life. On any given day, the park is occupied with clusters of senior citizens around the tables. You might wonder why everyone is huddled around the tables. Turns out they’re playing Chinese chess.

The game can get intense and crowds can get as big as 30 strong. If you just bought some street food, say from the Chinese Couple Vendor on Canal St, you can take it to this park and watch the interesting people.


Welcome to the New Chinatown Eats

by Peng Li on March 9, 2010

I moved over to WordPress from Blogspot this weekend and the only regret is not doing so sooner!

I think every blogger should use WordPress, not only is it much more powerful but the layouts are so much cleaner.

Thanks for sticking with me since last summer.
Hope everyone enjoys the new and better layout and feel free to make any comments.


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Happy 60th Birthday China!

by Peng Li on October 1, 2009

October 1 The People’s Republic of China celebrates the 60th Anniversary.

Happy Birthday!


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