Barb Leung

Pan-fried chicken and cabbage dumplings
Posted by | April 8, 2020
You’ve bought frozen dumplings, so now what?

If you've recently purchased our frozen dumplings, you're probably how to best prepare these little guys. The question of how to proceed can get a little complicated, especially when the...

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Posted by | March 15, 2020
COVID-19: Temporary Closures and Delivery-Only Options

To all our customers, friends, and neighbors: Beginning Monday, March 16th, our sit-down restaurants in New York and Philadelphia, along with our fast-casual location in The Market Line, will close...

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With a Single Step: Stories in the Making of America (photo credit: Museum of Chinese in America)
Posted by | October 5, 2018
The Museum of Chinese in America and NYC Chinatown: Fundraising and Dialogue

Following the history of the Museum of Chinese in America takes you down a winded path—what started as something birthed from a Chinatown art collective, emerged into something much larger...

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Nom Wah x Adam Lucas; Photo by Kareem Black; direction by Christine Reilly
Posted by | May 24, 2018
Nom Wah x Adam Lucas: Neighborhood

“Nothing has influenced me more as an artist as the vibrant visuals and culture of Lower Manhattan. The designs and art are low-key nods to both Chinatown and the surrounding...

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Posted by | July 18, 2017
CYNONYC x Nom Wah: Retro T-Shirt Collaboration

Have you seen an old school delivery truck in your neighborhood lately? If you've spent time in SoHo and Chinatown over the last few weekends, chances are that the answer...

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An Evening with Dragons at The Old Bowery Station
Posted by | May 2, 2017
An Evening with Dragons

To celebrate the commencement of the annual Dragon Boat Festival, New York's Chinese culinary community will join forces to host a one-night event: An Evening with Dragons. With one-of-a-kind bites,...

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Duck congee with Chinese doughnuts
Posted by | December 8, 2016
Dish Feature: Ducky Congee

Eaten since the Zhou dynasty in 1000 B.C., congee has always been a staple growing up. Memories of simmering pots and freshly chopped scallions are familiar in many households. To...

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Posted by | December 24, 2014
Shopping in Chinatown and Little Italy

Looking for new places to explore? Take a look at where to shop for everything from athletics to clothing to kids!

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Posted by | December 24, 2014
Favorite Chinatown and Lower East Side Eats

Looking for new places to check out this holiday season? We've compiled our list of seven locales that you ought to visit in the Lower East Side and Chinatown!

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Christmas lights at Nom Wah
Posted by | December 23, 2014
Open for Christmas!

For all the dim sum fiends, we will be open regular hours (10:30AM to 8:30PM), but it'll be walk-in only. No reservations for the special day, which means get here...

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