Array of Filipino breads

A Brief Guide to Filipino Breads and Pastries

Pearl River Mart Foods has lots to offer in terms of Asian treats. But did you know it’s also the only place in Manhattan where you can Filipino breads and pastries?
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Wearable NYC pride on pants

New York Magazine On the Cover: The City Ate My Closet

Thanks so much to New York Magazine for including Pearl River in their incredible embodiment of wearable New York pride
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Chinese pocket almanac held in front of Lunar New Year display

What Will the Year of the Ox Bring?

The official 15-day Lunar New Year period has ended, and you’ve done all you can to stay lucky. So what will the Year of the Ox bring?
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Interior of Tribeca Pearl River store

TriBeCa In-Store Sale: Everything Must Go!

Help us lighten our load we prepare to move to our new digs in SoHo.
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Lantern painted with camera, a dedication to photographer Corky Lee

Lighting Up Chinatown on the Lantern Festival

What better way to celebrate the Lantern Festival than with a DJ dance party, lighting up lanterns, and a beautiful dedication to legendary photographer Corky Lee?
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Colorful lanterns drying in Pearl River's new SoHo space

New Year, New Beginnings

An update on our Tribeca location.
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Lion dancers on 16th Street

Lunar New Year 2021: Very Different But No Less Epic

Of course none of the festivities would have happened with an incredible group of friends, partners, and collaborators, and YOU!
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The Chens at the Tribeca store

Documented NY: Pearl River, Never Just a Store. Always a Movement.

Thanks so much to journalist Lam Thuy Vo for her beautiful piece in Documented, NY a non-profit news site devoted solely to covering New York City’s immigrants and the policies that affect their lives. 
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Lion dancer from film

Year of the Ox: The Struggle, Spirit, and Strength of Chinatown

Many thanks to the filmmakers at This Machine Media for their beautiful and moving mini-documentary, Year of the Ox.
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Reporter Cindy Hsu and PRM prez Joanne Kwong.

Ringing in the Year of the Ox with CBS Anchor Cindy Hsu

We had so much fun celebrating Lunar New Year Day with Emmy-winning reporter and CBS anchor Cindy Hsu.
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Joanne with lanterns on Mott Street

Columbia College Today: A Bright Welcome to the Year of the Ox

Thanks to Columbia College Today for the lovely interview with Pearl River President Joanne Kwong (Columbia College class of '97) about Light Up Chinatown.
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Lion dancers in Chelsea Market

A Little About Lion Dancing

You might know lion dancing is an integral part of Lunar New Year celebrations, but what does it mean and where does the tradition come from? Here are some fun facts you might not know about lion dancing.
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