6 Things You Might Not Know About the Chinese Zodiac

6 Things You Might Not Know About the Chinese Zodiac

You may know it’s the Year of the Rooster, but do you know why? Find out as we take a look at six things you might not know about the Chinese zodiac and some predictions for the new year.
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Lunar New Year 2019: Openings, Events, and Festivities Galore!

Lunar New Year 2019: Openings, Events, and Festivities Galore!

The Lunar New Year is almost here so you know what that means: events and festivities, Pearl River style! And now we have a THIRD store — located in the esteemed Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) — to party hearty in.
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Wheel of Togetherness for Chinese New Year

8 Lucky Foods to Eat During the Lunar New Year

You are what you eat — perhaps especially during the Lunar New Year. In our last post, we talked about how you can up your luck, and eating certain foods is one of them. Here are eight eats to feed your fortune as you ring in the Year of the Rooster.
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Artists-in-Residence Arlan Huang and Mee Mee Chin: Creating Connections Through Paintings, Performance, and Place

Artists-in-Residence Arlan Huang and Mee Mee Chin: Creating Connections Through Paintings, Performance, and Place

We spoke with our latest artists-in-residence about their backgrounds, how memory plays a part in their work, and how a chance meeting at a subway station led to their new exhibition.
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Red envelopes and oranges for Chinese New Year

12 Ways to Get Lucky this Chinese New Year

We could all use more luck in our lives. And with the Lunar New Year right around the corner, now’s the perfect time to up the good fortune ante. Here are 12 dos and don'ts to get you started.
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The Year of the Pig: Last But Far From Least

The Year of the Pig: Last But Far From Least

We can hardly believe it, but the Lunar New Year is almost here. While 2018 was all things Fido, starting Feb. 5 of this year it'll be all about the pig. Here's everything you need to know about our favorite pink porker.
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Pearl River in 2018: A Year in Review

Pearl River in 2018: A Year in Review

We have a lot to be excited about in 2019. The opening of our third store — located in the esteemed Museum of Chinese in American — and festive Year of the Pig celebrations just for a start! But we also have lots to celebrate as we look back at 2018.
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New York Magazine: A First Look at Our Shop in the Museum of Chinese in America!

New York Magazine: A First Look at Our Shop in the Museum of Chinese in America!

Associate editor Katy Schneider details at New York Magazine’s The Cut the items we'll be offering in our outpost at the Museum of Chinese in American, the world-renowned institution dedicated to Chinese American history and culture.
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Don’t Freeze Your Ears Off: What to Eat During the Dongzhi Festival

Don’t Freeze Your Ears Off: What to Eat During the Dongzhi Festival

You might know about the winter solstice, which marks the shortest day and longest night of the year. But do you know about the Dongzhi Festival, a kind of winter solstice celebration in China?
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Kee Ling Tong of Kee’s Chocolates: From the Corporate World to the Chocolate Factory

Kee Ling Tong of Kee’s Chocolates: From the Corporate World to the Chocolate Factory

While there’s a lot to be said for Asian candy, sometimes you can’t beat a delicious piece of chocolate. That’s where Kee’s Chocolates comes in. We had the chance to speak to founder Kee Ling Tong about how she went from the corporate world to running her own sweet business.

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Pearl River 'Gets a Room' with Carson Kressley and Bravo TV

Pearl River 'Gets a Room' with Carson Kressley and Bravo TV

Over the summer we had the honor of welcoming the original Queer Eye guy and the wonderful crew from Bravo's Get a Room with Thom and Carson. Now you can watch the fun!
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That’s a Wrap! Origata, the Japanese Art of Gift Wrapping

That’s a Wrap! Origata, the Japanese Art of Gift Wrapping

You’ve put a lot of thought into your gifts, but how about your gift wrapping? Consider origata, the Japanese art of wrapping gifts.
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