Artist-in-residence William Yu

Artist-in-Residence William Yu: Bringing #StarringJohnCho to Life

What if the stars of movies like Mission Impossible, Captain Marvel, and the Avengers were Asian American? What if Captain America was Captain Asian America? Our latest artist-in-residence explores these questions and more.
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Movie posters of John Cho in The Avengers and Me Before You

Pearl River Events: Join Us for APAHM and Design Week

May is almost here, which means lots happening at Pearl River, namely some fun events and openings for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and NYCxDESIGN. Check them out!
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A variety of possible Mother's Day gifts, including Pearl River tote bag, jade necklace, slippers, and a tea set

The Mother of All Gift Guides: What Pearl River Has for Mom This Year

Now that you’re all caught up on Mother’s Day traditions throughout Asia, it’s time tackle the really tough question: what to get Mom or the Mom-like person in your life? We have some ideas! Ten to be exact. Check them out.
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Happy Mother's Day! How 7 Asian Countries Celebrate

Happy Mother's Day! How 7 Asian Countries Celebrate

You probably have your own Mother’s Day traditions, whether it’s showering Mom with flowers and other gifts, taking her out for a meal, or giving her breakfast in bed, but have you ever wondered about traditions in other countries? Today we take a look at how seven Asian countries fete their moms.
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Looking Back, Moving Forward: Pearl River's 50-year story in Slant'd Magazine

Looking Back, Moving Forward: Pearl River's 50-year story in Slant'd Magazine

Do you like a good story? You’re in luck because we have a great one.

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A row of mahjongg tiles on a green table with a lady in the background

Game On! 9 Surprising Things You Might Not Know About Mahjongg

It's a game you might be familiar with. You might even know how to play. But how much do you really know about mahjongg? Find out!

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Let There Be Light: A Conversation with Neon Sculpture Artist Juno Shen

Let There Be Light: A Conversation with Neon Sculpture Artist Juno Shen

You might have seen her work in HBO’s High Maintenance, designer Sandy Liang’s showroom, or nail artist superstar Mei Kawakiri’s Instagram feed. Now you can see the bold and eye-catching work of neon light artist Juno Shen in our Chelsea Market store.
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Mindful Eating, Mindful Living: Chatting with Christine Wong, Author of The Plantiful Plate

Mindful Eating, Mindful Living: Chatting with Christine Wong, Author of The Plantiful Plate

Your New Year resolution might have been to eat healthier, but how exactly? Christine Wong, a certified health coach and creative director of Pearl River friend LUCKYRICE, can help.
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A Brief Guide to K-Beauty

A Brief Guide to K-Beauty

K-beauty is serious business. While you might think washing, moisturizing, and slapping on some SPF is enough, Korean beauty experts would tell you to think again. Today we break down some of the terminology you might hear while wading the (dewy) waters of K-beauty.
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Artist-in-Residence Johnny Tang: Seeking Perfect Imperfection, One Photo at a Time

Artist-in-Residence Johnny Tang: Seeking Perfect Imperfection, One Photo at a Time

Our newest art exhibition gives a whole new meaning to the phrase, "seeing double." We had the chance to speak to artist-in-residence, Johnny Tang, about his surreal and mind-bending photographs, the traditions and philosophies that inspired them, and how art helped him navigate grief and loss.

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Bian Lian: The Magical Art of Chinese "Face Changing"

Bian Lian: The Magical Art of Chinese "Face Changing"

The Chinese dramatic art of bian lian gives the term “two-faced” a whole new meaning. Here are eight magical tidbits about this amazing art form.
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Lunar New Year 2019 in Review: A Third Location, Lion Dancing, Pigging out with Opening Ceremony, and More!

Lunar New Year 2019 in Review: A Third Location, Lion Dancing, Pigging out with Opening Ceremony, and More!

Lunar New Year festivities may be over, but the memories live on! We take a look back at all the fun and festivities (not to mention dumplings and lion dancing) from the season of the pig.
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