Lunar New Year, which falls on Jan. Her organization published a report in May that showed that from to , the Asian community received just 1. Registration is required, call or email naturecenter sigreenbelt. Even the Empire State Building gets in on the action, with plans to illuminate the iconic building in red on Thursday, Jan. View all New York Times newsletters.
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NYC Celebrates Chinese Lunar New Year
To find out more, email dsamuelson ymcanyc. The Year of the Dog kicks off with a literal bang in Lower Manhattan, where the Better Chinatown Society will spark thousands of firecrackers to ward off bad spirits. Canines get their time in the spotlight at the Queens Zoo. Then a lion dance troupe will make its way along Madison Avenue in a specially decorated trolley. But whether the addition of the Lunar New Year would lead to greater political involvement from the Asian-American community was unclear. So the Senate passed a bill two weeks ago that would establish the holiday. And as Peter Kwong, a professor of urban affairs and planning at Hunter College, put it:
Join the family-friendly festivities along Madison Avenue for the second year of this celebration. Following the fireworks display, there will be a number of Asian cultural performances on the second floor of the Queens Crossing Mall. Learn all about auspicious varieties like chrysanthemums and jade plants and purchase one for your home from the Queens Botanical Garden. Then a lion dance troupe will make its way along Madison Avenue in a specially decorated trolley.
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Chinese New Year Parade Flushing Queens on Queens adast.info
Celebrate with your favorite four-legged pal! The streets of Chinatown and Little Italy will be packed with people watching this parade. She was determined, remembering as a child in Queens when her schoolmates laughed at her for bringing dumplings to celebrate the Lunar New Year. The Assembly, led by Mr. Canines get their time in the spotlight at the Queens Zoo. This is the year of the Ox, the second year in the 12 year cycle of the calendar. Tell us what you think.