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News for and about Asian Americans in Charlotte and the Carolinas

Kairu, a new sushi and noodle bar, has opened at Northcross Shopping Center in Huntersville,
Local restaurateur Birdie Yang has opened his latest restaurant, Yama Loso, in lower South End. It…
Celebrating the lunar new is an age-old tradition for many residents in the Charlotte area. But…
The 2024 Charlotte Dragon Boat and Asian Festival will be held on Saturday, May 11 at Ramsey Creek…
The Arboretum shopping center continues to add Asian restaurants to its retail mix, as older…
Uptown's new Monarch Market features a dozen food vendors, including a number of Asian and…
Charlotte-based Triveni Supermarkets has posted on its web site that it plans to open new locations…
The North Carolina Zoo has announced that a new 10-acre Asia Continent is now under construction and…

In the News This Week

A recap of curated news items from around the world.

Montreal's Chinese and Indigenous community members mark a decolonized Lunar New Year...
CBCNews, February 10, 2024

Sacramento Lunar New Year Mural features no AAPI artists...
Sacramento Bee, February 10, 2024

Boston's Chinatown is at a crossroads...
The Boston Globe, February 9, 2024

This California Chinese restaurant might be the oldest in the nation...
San Francisco Chronicle, February 9, 2024

What celebrating the Vietnamese Tet holiday has taught me...
USA Today (opinion), February 9, 2024

The Met Is Selling a Trove of Chinese Ceramics and Jades...
Observer, February 6, 2024

A New Kind of Asian Grocer Has Arrived...
Saveur, January 31, 2024
 


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