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How You Can Support America's Chinatowns Right Now Thrillist Explorers

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In this episode, we're hearing stories from Chinatowns around the country and providing some ways you can help support Asian-American communities and businesses right now: Writer Eda Yu details her Protect Our Elders project and chef/business owner Winston Chiu (Bonbite NYC, Feed Forward) talks about the grassroots initiativeEnough Is Enough;

Thrillist's NYC Editor Tae Yoon shares his own story of growing up in Flushing, Queens, and speaks with James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Grace Young and local business owners in Flushing and Manhattan's Chinatown on the impact the pandemic and xenophobia has had on the neighborhoods; Vic Lee, co-founder of theWelcome to Chinatownproject in NYC, tells us about their mission and how you can help; Daphne Wu, of the Bay Area's Save Our Chinatownsinitiative, talks about her favorite small business in Oakland's Chinatown; We hear from Professor Emeritus Sue Fawn Chung and local business owners about the rapidly growing Chinatown neighborhood in Las Vegas.




Links: 




Stop AAPI Hate: https://www.stopaapihate.org/




Welcome to Chinatown (NYC): https://www.welcometochinatown.com/




Save Our Chinatowns (Bay Area):https://www.saveourchinatowns.org/




Protect Our Elders (original IG post): https://www.instagram.com/p/CLCz92Wh99l/




Enough is Enough (original IG post): https://www.instagram.com/p/CLU-9pdhdzy/




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In this episode, we're hearing stories from Chinatowns around the country and providing some ways you can help support Asian-American communities and businesses right now: Writer Eda Yu details her Protect Our Elders project and chef/business owner Winston Chiu (Bonbite NYC, Feed Forward) talks about the grassroots initiativeEnough Is Enough;

Thrillist's NYC Editor Tae Yoon shares his own story of growing up in Flushing, Queens, and speaks with James Beard Award-winning cookbook author Grace Young and local business owners in Flushing and Manhattan's Chinatown on the impact the pandemic and xenophobia has had on the neighborhoods; Vic Lee, co-founder of theWelcome to Chinatownproject in NYC, tells us about their mission and how you can help; Daphne Wu, of the Bay Area's Save Our Chinatownsinitiative, talks about her favorite small business in Oakland's Chinatown; We hear from Professor Emeritus Sue Fawn Chung and local business owners about the rapidly growing Chinatown neighborhood in Las Vegas.




Links: 




Stop AAPI Hate: https://www.stopaapihate.org/




Welcome to Chinatown (NYC): https://www.welcometochinatown.com/




Save Our Chinatowns (Bay Area):https://www.saveourchinatowns.org/




Protect Our Elders (original IG post): https://www.instagram.com/p/CLCz92Wh99l/




Enough is Enough (original IG post): https://www.instagram.com/p/CLU-9pdhdzy/




Feed Forward:https://www.instagram.com/feedforwardnyc

Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

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