Places that Matter

Place Explorer: Asian/Pacific/American

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
32 Mott St. General Store (former) Chinatown Manhattan General store that served the first wave of Chinese immigrants
Chinatown Senior Citizens' Center Chinatown Manhattan A place for Chinatown seniors to participate together in traditional culture
Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association Building (former) Chinatown Manhattan First home of leading Chinatown organization
Chinese Scholar's Garden Randall Manor Staten Island The only authentic garden of its type in the U.S.
Church of the Transfiguration, Chinatown Chinatown Manhattan Catholic church in Chinatown offering services in English, Cantonese and Mandarin
Columbus Park Chinatown Manhattan Formerly the Mulberry Bend slums, now a park used by mahjong and basketball players alike
Confucius Plaza Chinatown Manhattan Limited-equity housing cooperative built to house Manhattan's Chinatown community
Golden Jade Jewelry Chinatown Manhattan Long-standing Chinatown jewelry store
Hua Mei Bird Garden Lower East Side Manhattan Community garden in Sara Delano Roosevelt Park that houses beautiful songbirds
Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art Lighthouse Hill Staten Island Unique museum of Tibetan and Buddhist works planned and built by Jacques Marchais in the 1940s
Korean Students Association in New York Midtown Manhattan Home Away from Home for Korean Students in New York
Mott Street, between Grand & Hester Streets Chinatown Manhattan The second heart of Chinatown
Museum of Chinese in America Chinatown Manhattan Pioneering museum with strong community base
Nom Wah Tea Parlor Chinatown Manhattan New York City's oldest dim sum restaurant
Pragati Inc. Brooklyn Social and cultural services organization for South East Asian women and children
Pvt. Danny Chen's former apartment Chinatown Manhattan Apartment where Pvt. Chen lived with his family
Wall of Respect for Chinese Workers (site of) Chinatown Manhattan Mural created to curb local gang violence, demolished in 2006