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Thông Báo13 February 2016

Hotel Belleclaire Mừng Làm thế nào để trở thành Độc Thân On-Location Quay Phim Trong khuyến mãi Mới "Single Ladies"

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Hotel Belleclaire Celebrates How to Be Single On-Location Filming With New “Single Ladies” Offer

(PRWEB) FEBRUARY 12, 2016

Hotel Belleclaire knows there’s a lot to celebrate this Valentine’s Day, whether you’re spoken-for or single. The hotel is partying this February to celebrate the on-location filming of upcoming romantic comedy How To Be Single. The celebration includes a perk-packed special offer for single ladies in the city and a collection of exciting Valentine’s Day activities in the hotel lobby.

How To Be Single, which debuts in wide release on February 12, features Alison Brie, Dakota Johnson, and Rebel Wilson. The romantic comedy – focused on a set of friends surviving as singles in New York City – was partially filmed on-location at Hotel Belleclaire, using the hotel’s landmark 1903 architecture as a classic NYC backdrop.

The hotel’s special Valentine’s Day package, which is open to anyone who books between February 12th and March 31st and stays by March 31st, offers an array of VIP extras to help guests live the single life in signature New York style.

Hotel Belleclaire’s Valentine’s Day Special Offer Includes:
Deluxe accommodations with city or river views
Bottle of champagne and special selection of wine
Coconut and raspberry macaroons
Dry bar hair wash and blowout at an area salon (reservations required)
One or two tickets to the hit movie, How to Be Single
$10 NYC MetroCard
VIP shopping coupons valid at The Shops at Columbus Circle

Hotel Belleclaire will get into the Valentine’s Day spirit on Sunday, February 14, with special add-ons and events. One section of the hotel’s lobby will be decked out and transformed into St. Valentine’s corner, and guests will have the opportunity to collect some sentimental and sweet treats at check-in.

Learn more about this Valentine’s Day hotel deal.

Valentine’s Day Perks at Hotel Belleclaire:
Glass of champagne for each guest who checks in prior to 3 p.m.
Chocolate-covered strawberries and champagne served in flutes offered to every guest who arrives after 3 p.m.
Welcome bottle of champagne in each room
Special selection of wine
Coconut and raspberry macaroons

About Hotel Belleclaire:
Hotel Belleclaire is a member of Triumph Hotel Group, a collection of sophisticated boutique hotels in New York City. The Upper West Side hotel is located in a landmark building designed by Emery Roth in 1903. Hotel Belleclaire boasts 240 guest rooms and suites with an array of deluxe amenities, such as complimentary wireless Internet, C.O. Bigelow amenities, luxurious Frette linens, flat screen HD TV’s, and sleek laminate-wood floors. The hotel also offers morning coffee and tea service, 24-hour fitness center access and premier concierge services. Visit http://www.hotelbelleclaire.com for more information.

Thông Báo12 February 2016

Lễ Hội Tết Bính Thân 2016 Tại Coe Hall Planting Fields

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Chinese Lunar New Year celebration at Coe Hall Planting Fields

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On Saturday and Sunday February 13th and 14th, 11AM to 4PM, the mansion will be brilliantly decorated with red lanterns and as 2016 is the year of the monkey, their images will be prominent. There will be Kumquat trees and peonies on display. There will be performances and craft activities for children.

Special exhibition of rare and old Chinese jades from Planting Fields Foundation’s collection, Taichi, Face Off (Chinese opera stunt performance), Piano performances, Various martial arts performances, Lion dance, Chinese traditional music (Zither, etc…), Chinese traditional dances (Fans Dance, group dance etc…), Hand puppet show (Monkey King in Journey to the West), Chinese traditional songs by the Long Island Chinese Chorus, Traditional holiday dress (Chi-pao Show). Chinese Lunar New Year traditional activity illustration and demonstration, Children’s
Crafts; fan decorating, tangram puzzles, dragon masks and more.

New Year paintings will be hung and there will be traditional paper cut outs on windows depicting plants and animals. Enjoy craft activities, music and eat sweet rice cakes and oranges. Planting Fields Members do not need a ticket. Note that: the park is free, and there is no parking fee. For more information, please visit the event website at http://www.plantingfields.org/index.php/events, or contact Jennifer Lavella (516) 922-8678.
In case of inclement weather the event will be rescheduled to Saturday, February 20th, and Sunday, February 21st, 2016. Check plantingfields.org or evenbrite.com for information.

WHEN: Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)

WHERE: Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park, 1395 Planting Fields Rd Oyster Bay, NY 11771

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Thông Báo11 February 2016

Lễ Hội Tết Bính Thân 2016 Của China Institute in America

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Chinese New Year Family Festival

Kick off the Year of the Monkey with a free lion dance and kung fu performance in front of our new space at 100 Washington Street. Following the lion dance, join us inside China Institute for traditional food and New Year-themed workshops and activities including dumpling making, paper cutting, and an interactive telling of the Legend of the Monkey King.

Free Programming
Lion Dance and Kung Fu Performance
Traditional Chinese New Year Foods
Face Painting
Learn About Chinese New Year

Ticketed Events
Dumpling Making Workshop
Interactive Storytelling: The Legend of the Monkey King
Paper Cutting
Make Your Own Paper Lantern

GENERAL ADMISSION: FREE

WORKSHOP ADMISSION
Members Adult $10; Children $5
Non-Members Adult $15; Children $5

For more information or to register for ticketed workshops visit www.chininstitute.org or call us at 212-744-8181.

WHEN:Saturday, February 13, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EST)

WHERE: 40 Rector St - 40 Rector Street New York, NY 10006

Thông Báo10 February 2016

Tình Yêu Được Tổ Chức Kỷ Niệm Tại Times Square Vào Ngày Lễ Tình Yêu

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Love is Celebrated in Times Square on Valentine's Day

Release Date: Feb 03, 2016

Surprise Proposals, Weddings, Commitment Ceremony and Large Vow Renewal

The Times Square Alliance will be hosting a full day celebration of love and romance on Valentine’s Day. Love birds will flock to the Crossroads of the World and share fairy tale moments from surprise proposals to weddings, to a commitment ceremony and finally culminating in a large vow renewal ceremony on February 14th on Duffy Square at 46th Street and Broadway.

Live Surprise Proposals
9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:30 PM and 2:30 PM

Five couples will have their special moment shared on one of the iconic screens overlooking Times Square as they surprise their valentine and pop the big question!

Live Wedding Ceremonies
9:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 11:30 AM, 12:30 PM, 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM and 4:00 PM
Eight pairs of smitten sweethearts will say “I do” in Times Square on the most romantic day of the year near the eighth annual Valentine Heart sculpture, Heart of Hearts – designed, created, and fabricated by the architectural collaboration Collective-LOK.

Commitment Ceremony
3:30 PM
A romantic commitment of love at the Crossroads of the World will take place near the eighth annual Valentine Heart sculpture, Heart of Hearts – designed, created, and fabricated by the architectural collaboration Collective-LOK.

Vow Renewal Ceremony
6:00 PM
Close to 200 partners will reaffirm their love and commitment for each other on the Red Steps in Duffy Square. Spouses of all ages, genders, religions, races and backgrounds will once again renew their infinite bond of love.
M&M’S® World street team will be on hand to spread love and deals all day.

DATE: Sunday, February 14, 2016
TIME: 9:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 12:00 PM, 1:30 PM and 2:30 PM – Surprise Proposals
9:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 11:30 AM, 12:30 PM, 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM, and 4:00 PM – Weddings
3:30 PM – Commitment Ceremony
6:00 PM – Vow Renewal Ceremony
PLACE: Duffy Square
46th and Broadway

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CONTACT: Rubenstein Communications, Inc.
Nancy Haberman: 212-843-8021 nhaberman@rubenstein.com

Tin Tức09 February 2016

New York gia tăng an ninh các nhà tạm trú cho dân tâm thần

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New York gia tăng an ninh các nhà tạm trú cho dân tâm thần
Sunday, January 31, 2016 4:22:40 PM

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Thông Báo08 February 2016

Lễ Hội và Diễn Hành Tết Bính Thân 2016a Lần Thứ 17 Trong Tết Nguyên Đán 2016

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WHAT: 17th Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade and Festival

WHEN: Sunday, Feb 14, 2016 from 11am to 4pm

WHERE: starts at Mott Street and Hector Street and ends at Grand Street at Sara D. Roosevelt Park

See this colorful parade makes it way through Manhattan's Chinatown in celebration of the Year of the Monkey. Enjoy music and dance performanaces, and food vendors along the route. The parade route starts at Mott Street and Hector Street and ends at Grand Street at Sara D. Roosevelt Park. For more information about the parade route, please visit Better Chinatown USA.
http://www1.nyc.gov/

WHEN: Sunday, February 14, 2016 at 1 pm

WHERE: Chinatown Lower Manhattan.

Parade route: Mott & Canal to Chatham Square to East Broadway towards the Manhattan Bridge, completing on Eldridge and Forsyth Streets towards Grand Street next to Sara D. Roosevelt Park.

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Thông Báo07 February 2016

Video Clip Với Mơ Ước Trong Tết Nguyên Đán Chiếu Trên New York's Times Square Thu Hút Sự Chú ý Của Khán Giả Trung Quốc

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Video Clip Featuring Chinese New Year Wishes Displayed at New York's Times Square Attracts the Attention of Chinese Audiences

NEW YORK, Feb. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Today is a special day for the Chinese in New York, as today is the first day of the Lunar New Year. Compared with previous years, this year's Lunar New Year is a warmer one for the Chinese of New York, as they receive wishes from KUKA HOME, a Chinese furniture brand, on the large screens overlooking New York's Times Square today.

A short video featuring wishes from KUKA HOME was simultaneously displayed on both the NASDAQ and Thomson Reuters boards that overlook New York's Times Square and attracted the attention not only of members of the vast overseas Chinese community but also that of New Yorkers passing through the square. "This is a video clip featuring New Year wishes, as today is Chinese New Year's Eve," a Chinese passerby explained. "Chinese New Year, more commonly referred to as Spring Festival in Chinese, is of unusual significance to every Chinese person, and that is why so many Chinese New Yorkers return to China or to one of New York's several Chinatowns to celebrate the day. Although I've been used to celebrating the New Year without firecrackers in New York over the years, I'm extremely excited to receive these wishes from my home country today. More than anything, I wish I could have gone back to China to spend the holiday with my parents."

As the video clip was shown time and time again, an increasing number of Chinese onlookers gathered in the famed square. Some were seen taking pictures of the message as it played on the screens, while others excitedly called home.

Many of New York's denizens passing through the square said they didn't understand at the very beginning why so many Chinese people were gathering here. After they found out that it is Chinese New Year today and that the video featuring wishes from China is being shown on the screens above, they expressed gratitude to the country that did not forget the members of its wide and far-ranging diaspora on such a momentous day. The Chinese in New York not only work hard, they also are united. Finally, the New Yorkers passing through the square also wished their newfound Chinese friends a happy New Year, and wished they could spend more time with their families.

Similar video clips featuring wishes for the Chinese New Year were also displayed in London, Paris, Tokyo and Shanghai, in addition to New York. The giver of the wishes, KUKA HOME, is a Chinese furniture manufacturer that advocates a corporate culture of "home and warmth".

Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160205/330093

SOURCE KUKA HOME

Thông Báo06 February 2016

WeChat Lì Xì Tại Times Square Billboards Của Thành phố Nữu Ước Trong Tết Nguyên Đán

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WeChat Hands Out Lucky Money on New York's Times Square Billboards During Chinese New Year

NEW YORK, Feb. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On February 7th, the eve of this year's Chinese lunar New Year, WeChat, the most popular messaging app in China with 650 million monthly active users, will appear on the large screens overlooking Times Square and send Lucky Money, a traditional Chinese custom, to passers-by.

A giant "red envelope" icon, representative of the Lucky Money contained within, will be shown on the screens overlooking the famous square. At certain times, pedestrians passing through the square will have an opportunity to "earn" some Lucky Money by shaking their handsets as long as they have their Bluetooth and their WeChat "shake" functions turned on. The money will go to the receivers' digital account in WeChat Wallet. Users can either withdraw or spend through WeChat Payment, a digital payment service provided by WeChat.

In Chinese and other Asian societies, a red envelope, also known as a red packet, or hongbao, is a monetary gift - the "lucky money" - which is given during holidays or special occasions. The Lucky Money event is certain to thrill passers-by while educating people from all over the world about this joyful custom amid a festive atmosphere.

Promotions and ads run constantly on the many huge digital billboards that overlook Times Square, the busiest intersection in Manhattan, yet, this is the first time that the world-famous square has hosted an interactive Chinese Lucky Money campaign. On February 1st, 2nd, 7th (New Year's eve) and 8th between 4pm and 9pm local time, WeChat users will have the opportunity to win WeChat's Lucky Money by simply using WeChat's "shake" function in front of the screens.

WeChat Lucky Money, a new Chinese New Year custom

Handing out red envelopes containing a monetary gift or "lucky money" is a Chinese custom with a long tradition. WeChat launched the Lucky Money feature during Chinese New Year 2014. Now, whether it is Chinese New Year, Valentine's Day or Mid-Autumn Festival, another traditional Chinese holiday, Chinese people have already adopted the custom of expressing their feelings through WeChat Lucky Money. Sending WeChat Lucky Money has gradually become a new trend and a cultural phenomenon.

The number of Lucky Money being sent and received via WeChat is soaring: 16 million "red envelopes" containing lucky money were sent and received on the eve of Chinese New Year in 2014, while 1 billion such envelopes were sent and received on the same eve in 2015, followed by 500 million envelopes on Children's Day, 1.4 billion on Chinese Valentine's Day, more than 2.2 billion during Mid-Autumn Festival (twice as many as on New Year's eve). 2.31 billion Lucky Money envelopes were sent and received on the last day of 2015.

WeChat Payment speeds up overseas expansion

While the Times Square campaign is on, WeChat Lucky Money is accessible all over the world. Overseas Chinese and outbound tourists from Chinese mainland won't miss WeChat Lucky Money. In Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea, Japan, and at many other places in Southeast Asia, more than 2,000 stores have rolled out a WeChat payment promotion program during which shoppers can shake their phones and get Lucky Money after payment transacted through WeChat.

In the past two years, WeChat has been developing and expanding their payment offering in the offline market. At present, more than 300,000 offline stores accept WeChat Payment. WeChat Payment plans to accelerate its overseas presence.

WeChat Payment released its cross-border solution in November 2015. The solution enables Chinese shoppers overseas to pay in yuan (RMB) without worrying about money exchange, while WeChat automatically settles payment with retailers in the local currency.

Visitors from China spent approximately $US 164.8 billion on international tourism in 2014 and the number is expected to climb to $US 200 billion in 2015, as the trend indicates the spend increasing by 18% to 25% annually. The WeChat Payment team said that cross-border payments will continue to adhere to its Open Policy, whereby WeChat provides the basic solution while the actual servicing market is left to third-party partners who better understand the overseas markets.

Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20160203/329108

SOURCE Tencent

Sinh Hoạt05 February 2016

Lễ Mùng Năm Bính Thân 2016 "Madison Street to Madison Avenue"

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"Madison Street to Madison Avenue"--Celebrate Lunar New Year

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By: SUNY's Confucius Institute for Business,East Midtown Partnership, Madison Avenue Business Improvement District,Chinatown Partnership

Mark your calendar for Saturday, February 6, for "Madison Street to Madison Avenue," a very special Lunar New Year event.

From 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, we'll be celebrating the Lunar New Year with exciting programming. Highlights include:

11:00 AM, Madison Avenue at East 76th Street: We'll welcome Lion Dancers and a Dragon, and witness the historic signing ceremony celebrating the partnership of the Madison Avenue BID with the Bund Association for Promotion of Commerce & Trade, Shanghai, China. Among the confirmed attendees is Emmy-winning TV personality and entrepreneur, Yue-Sai Kan

11:15 AM–1:00 PM, Madison Avenue from East 76th Street to East 54th Street: Enjoy the artistry of our Lion Dancers and Dragon as they perform, while participating retailers including Baccarat, Bally, CH Carolina Herrera, Chopard, Coach, Dennis Basso, Emilio Pucci, Fendi, Michael Kors, Mulberry, NARS host special in-store Lunar New Year programming

12:00–3:00 PM, the Harman store and 527 Madison Avenue (at East 54th Street): We will host a variety of indoor and outdoor Lunar New Year-themed family entertainment and musical performances. Including calligraphy demonstrations, face-painting by Silly Cheeks, and Lunar New Year Photo Booth. And performances by FJ Music Fusion, the New York Eastern Chamber Orchestra conducted by Dr. Fei Fang, Les Ballets de l'Opera Chinois de New York, and traditional Chinese face-changing by Peng Li

1:00 PM, Madison Avenue at East 54th Street: Public officials and program participants will make remarks

“Madison Street to Madison Avenue” promises to be a well-attended and highly visible event, and a major attraction for Chinese tourists, residents, and visitors from throughout the City of New York. Confirmed attendees include Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and NYC Department of Small Business Services Commissioner Gregg Bishop.

WHAT: "Madison Street to Madison Avenue"--Celebrate Lunar New Year

WHEN: Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 11 AM to 3 PM

WHERE" Madison Avenue - from East 76th Street to East 54th Street. Harman Store, 527 Madison Avenue. New York, NY 10037



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Thông Báo04 February 2016

Hội Hè Mùa đông

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Bundle up and come on out for the second annual Winter Carnival at Bank of America Winter Village!

Embrace the frosty weather and join us for a celebration of the winter season. This jam-packed weekend will feature dancing, curling lessons, ice golf, live skating and musical performances, photo ops, a silent disco, and more!

To view the full activity schedule, please visit Bryant Park's Winter Carnival page.

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WHEN: February 5 at 12 PM - February 6at 10 PM


WHERE: Bryant Park Between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, 40th, and 42nd Streets, New York

Bundle up and come on out for the 2nd annual Winter Carnival at Bank of America Winter Village! Embrace the frosty weather and join us for a celebration of the winter season. This jam-packed weekend will feature dancing, curling lessons, live skating and musical performances, photo ops, and more!

Featuring:

Ice Ball
Winter Carnival Skating Showcase
Outdoor Winter Brew House
Silent Disco
Curling Lessons
Warming Lodge

For all information visit wintervillage.org/visit/wintercarnival

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