Chinese New Year
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.
Ni hao, dumpling! Here’s your guide on what to see and eat and where to shop in Chinatown—just in time for the Chinese New Year.
It’s the Year of the Dragon, one of the luckiest years in the Chinese Zodiac, meant to bring in prosperity.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year at Susanna Foo in Radnor!
A dance company from New York’s Chinatown began the Chinese New Year today with a performance at First Philadelphia Charter School, on Tacony Street, in the Bridesburg section.
Chinese New Year arrives tomorrow but Philadelphia’s celebrations begin at 11 p.m. tonight in Chinatown.
Chef Joseph Poon is a high energy chef and promoter of the city’s Chinatown neighborhood. He caters, teaches cooking classes, and leads a walking tour through Chinatown among his other activities.