There will be parades, dancing and plenty of food in Chinatown over the next week.
Two different takes on Asian cuisine are getting ready to open in Philadelphia. And an old favorite is coming back to its center city location.
By Andrew Kramer PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s going to be one big party in Philadelphia’s Chinatown neighborhood the second half of the month. The reason: to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which is February 19th. […]
Though Philadelphia may have been a little late to the ramen craze, there are still plenty of places to slurp your way to happiness within city limits.
Philadelphia police say an arrest has been made in connection with a sexual assault and robbery in the city’s Chinatown neighborhood.
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Officials say most low-income families can’t afford the rent in Center City.
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Philadelphia’s Chinatown echoed with firecrackers and drums on Sunday as the community celebrated the lunar New Year, which began Friday.
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Small public sidewalk extensions knows as “Parklets” are gaining in popularity in Philadelphia.
Two men are in police custody after authorities say they pistol whipped and robbed a 58-year-old man in Chinatown on Friday night.
There’s nothing that says culinary indulgence like the menacing claws of a live lobster, outstretched to exact vengeance before winding up bright red and inert on a plate.
Large crowds lined 10th Street near Arch for the Suns Lion Dance Parade. Shops along the parade route were decorated with red envelopes and heads of lettuce, both symbols of good luck.