Mott Street Girls collaborated with Asian Americans for Equality, Renaissance Economic Development Corporation, and Citizens Bank for a walking tour.

Highlighted sights include the Chinese Opera House, Mott Street fish market, Funeral Row, Columbus Park, the first tenement building, NYC's.

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Together, they stop at Fong On and Sugarcane Daddy.

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Mott Street Girls (MSG) was founded in March 2020 by Anna Huang and Chloe Chan. patreon. Chloe not only considered race and heritage but also gender and labor issues.

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. Jun 23, 2016 · Jupiter's exhibit, which opened last night on Mott Street, documents a less glamorous scene, however. .

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Lisa at the Mott Street Social Club, 1979 By the time I got back to New York nearly ten years later, the girls were long past their teens, beyond the boundaries of our streets, and beginning families of their own.

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The Mott Street Girls are fantastic! Super attentive and knowledgable, with clear connections and commitment to the Chinatown community. .

Flavors of Old Chinatown Food Tour. We’ll be sampling artisanal soy milk, Hakka rice rolls, traditional pastries, crispy dumplings, sponge cakes, and Fujianese specialties.

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Oneika Raymond meets with Anna Huang and Chloe Chan, the co-founders of the Mott Street Girls.
Anna Huang and Chloe Chan launched Mott Street Girls during the pandemic to provide walking tours of China Town in New York City to help the community they love while educating people on Chinese.

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Mar 18, 2022 · 🌸 Celebrating the people, businesses, and stories of Chinatown 🙋🏻‍♀️ Founded by Chloe & Anna 💰$7,800 raised for Chinatown 💌 mottstreetgirls@gmail. . Anna Huang and Chloe Chan launched Mott Street Girls during the pandemic to provide walking tours of China Town in New York City to help the community they love while educating people on Chinese American history and culture.

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They are second-generation Chinese Americans who met through tour guide training at the Museum of Chinese in America.

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Anna and Chloe are second-generation Chinese Americans who met through tour guide training at a local Chinatown history museum.