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HEALTH/DINING

Chinese New Year at Phillip Chow Restaurant

The beautiful Dragon Dance, amid a Chinese New Year’s dinner at Phillip Chow had me wondering all about the culture –once again. Serving classic Beijing style cuisine amid the luxury, tavern-like ambiance, glamorous crispy duck, carved out into perfection by the founder himself—Phillip Chow—walnut seasoned prawn, chicken satay, dancing dragons, and a golden specialty ‘yunbao’ cocktail […]

HEALTH/DINING LITERATURE/TRAVEL

MOCA Culinary Exposure, Museum of Chinese in America

“The goal of MOCA’spopularNight Market event is to introduce people to Chinese and Chinese-American cuisine in an easy and accessible way. This way you can sample great signature dishes from 8 different Chinese and Chinese-American restaurants. It’s a simple way to bring the Chinese food culture to the masses.” –Edward Cheng, Advisor for Communications   […]

HEALTH/DINING

GenerationCURE HOLIDAY PARTY, amFAR

amfAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research held their fourth annual generationCURE holiday party World AIDS Day last Thursday. Emblazoning the savory Cadillac House, its stunning rides and holiday adorned doric columns had guests donating generously to the cause. The event raised nearly $120,000 just last year.   Holiday cocktails and delectable treats by Pinchfood Design, and Hennessy and […]

HEALTH/DINING

City Harvest Gala: An Evening of Practical Magic  

Obesity now exceeds hunger in terms of population spectrum, but that’s because the world eats unhealthy foods. City Harvest Gala is beautifully composed of 60+ top chefs and culinary experts serving on their Food Council. Underneath a Board of Directors, its business, technology and management skills help supply healthy food options to low-income NYC neighborhoods.   Generation […]