Thank you to Deadline for covering this story, and for giving Pearl River a shout out.
Thanks so much to Resy for their delicious features on cult favorite Wo Hop and more Manhattan Chinatown recommendations from chefs, artists, and small business owners, like Pearl River's own Joanne Kwong.
Thanks to InsideHook for including the Chinatown Collection in their roundup of products of the week.
Thanks to Tribeca Citizen for shouting out the Chinatown Collection!
Thank you to The Cut and Andrew Nguyen for featuring the Chinatown Collection! The journalist also shines a light on other initiatives doing wonderful work in the neighborhood.
Thank you to the Meatpacking Business Improvement District (BID) for featuring Pearl River President Joanne Kwong and for always supporting small businesses!
Thanks to Laura Fenton at Apartment Therapy for shouting our our cross-frame paper lanterns!
New York City's elevated park, the High Line, reopens today! NPR spoke to residents and business owners — including Pearl River's Joanne Kwong — about the potential increase in business.
New York-based designer Robert Farrell used our matchstick blinds to help recreate the experience of his childhood home on Long Island.
Looking for the perfect accessory for your next backyard picnic? Look no further than our straw mat.