Happy Memorial Day
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Knicks Game Viewing Party Recap
With all the Linsanity going on, it would only make sense that we’d host a viewing party to watch the Knicks game. Our good friend, Julie Huang of Kaimen Company was able to capture the highlights from the viewing party. Catch the video below: Related posts: Linsanity at Nom Wah
‘Premium Rush’ Due Out August 24th!
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock these last couple of years, you are surely aware that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is one to watch what with the slew of recent blockbusters. Apart from being big moviegoers, we want to plug the upcoming movie because we’re in it (kind of). Almost two
Wilson Tang: Don’t Dismiss My Chinese Restaurant Because I Have White Customers
Over on The Lo-Down, Nom Wah Tea Parlor owner Wilson Tang takes to the mic to discuss the changing demographics of Chinatown restaurant diners, and revolutionizing the culture of dim sum, taking it beyond just a morning/lunch meal and into something that can be enjoyed whenever. To read the piece,
Kollaboration New York 2012
We’re proud to announce that we are again a sponsor for Kollaboration New York – the annual talent competition show and movement produced entirely by Asian and Pacific Islander professionals and students. Back for its seventh year, the event will take place at New York Univeristy’s Skirball Center on Friday,
2012: A Look Back
We hope that everyone had a safe and enjoyable new year! The past year has brought us a lot of fantastic moments, with film/video spotlights and community sponsorships. We wanted to take a brief moment to look back at 2012 (in a not so chronological order) to see how far
Come to Where Asians and Italians MeEAT!
Tomorrow evening we will be hosting, alongside The Young Executives Committee of the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce and AsianInNY a MeEAT (meet + eat)! From 6:30 to 9PM, we’ll be offering a cross-cultural networking opportunity with tasty dim sum. To purchase tickets, head on over to AsianinNY.com. Related posts: AsianinNY.com: