A group of Asian American Guardian Angels gathered in Chinatown to announce they'd step up patrols in the wake of recent attacks.
Police say the victim was approached by an unknown man who began yelling at him and then punched him in the face with a closed fist in an unprovoked attack.
One group of New Yorkers has historically considered themselves to be invisible or overlooked. And it is the more than 1.4 million Asian Americans who live in our city.
Chinatown was one of New York City's first neighborhoods to feel the damaging effects of the pandemic, and one year later, it's still facing an uncertain future when it comes to recovery.
A Brooklyn man is not facing hate crime charges after allegedly stabbing a 36-year-old Asian man in Manhattan's Chinatown section
The head of the NYPD's newly created anti-Asian Hate Crime Task Force said incidents against Asians are underreported.
The NYPD is looking for a dozen suspects in connection with a violent attack on a 26-year-old man who was beaten, cut with a sharp object and had his clothing stolen.
A man in his 50s stabbed a man in his 40s in the head inside 42 Canal Street in Chinatown, the NYPD said.
Businesses in Chinatown that haven't already closed continue to struggle amid the pandemic.
Restaurants in New York are looking at different ways to stay afloat.
After it was devastated by a fire in January, a local activist says he is afraid New York City will demolish the Museum of Chinese in America.
In Arizona, a burgeoning Asian American community fields xenophobic calls about a planned night market featuring Asian street foods. In New York, a dim sum restaurant owner worries he won't make rent. In the San Francisco Bay Area, a local Asian American-owned restaurant chain is mulling temporarily shuttering one of its properties because of the downturn in trade.
Signs of support for the Chinese city at the center of a global virus outbreak marked floats at the Lunar New Year parade in Manhattan's Chinatown on Sunday as brightly colored puppets made their way through the streets in front of crowds of onlookers.
As coronavirus concerns mount across the globe, businesses in New York City’s Chinatown neighborhood are feeling the pain, as both locals and tourists avoid the area.
A volunteer team of conservators is working to salvage some of the 85,000 artifacts feared lost in a fire in the heart of Manhattan's Chinatown.
The fear of the novel coronavirus appears to have affected business in Chinatown.
A 90-year-old man is dead after being struck by a car in Chinatown on Saturday afternoon.
On the eve of the Chinese Lunar New Year, a historic building in Chinatown that Mayor De Blasio called “a pillar to the Chinatown community” was ripped apart by a 5-alarm fire. Now, city officials are saying the organizations that called the building their home will once again have space there after it is rebuilt and restored.
One man has been seriously injured and eight firefighters have suffered non-life threatening injuries.
The FDNY is battling a 3-alarm fire located at 70 Mulberry Street in Chinatown.