Published On Sep 21, 2022
From roasted duck noodle soup to steamed rice rolls and weekend dim sum, Chinatown is home to unbeatable comfort food by small mom-and-pops built by generations of hard-working immigrant families.
But between the pandemic, a sharp rise in AAPI hate crimes, and plans for a new high rise mega jail pushing small businesses out of their neighborhood - New York’s Chinatown has been a battleground of gentrification, racism, and classism. In this episode of Hungry For More, we highlight the people and organizations fighting to preserve the mom-and-pop shops that have made New York's Chinatown so special.
For more information on Send Chinatown Love - head to https://www.sendchinatownlove.com
For more information on More Than a Meal - head to https://www.mtamnyc.org
BUY HOT ONES BONELESS CHICKEN BITES NOW: https://hotoneschallenge.com/
MAKE A DIFFERENCE BY DONATING TO COMMON THREADS, THE BRAND-NEW CHARITY PARTNER OF HOT ONES: https://www.commonthreads.org/firstwefeast/
BUY HOT ONES TRUTH OR DAB THE GAME NOW: http://truthordabgame.com
BUY HOT ONES HOT SAUCE NOW: http://bit.ly/HotOnesSaucesNEW
HOT ONES MERCH AVAILABLE NOW: https://bit.ly/2AIS271
SIGN UP FOR THE HOT ONES MONTHLY HOT SAUCE SUB BOX: https://bit.ly/2veY50P
SIGN UP FOR THE FIRST WE FEAST NEWSLETTER: http://firstwefeast.com/signup
Subscribe to First We Feast on YouTube: http://goo.gl/UxFzhK
Check out more of First We Feast here:
First We Feast videos offer an iconoclastic view into the culinary world, taking you behind-the-scenes with some of the country’s best chefs and finding the unexpected places where food and pop culture intersect. #HungryForMore #newyorkcity #chinatown