88 East Fair: A weekend fair celebrating Chinatown businesses
A weekend celebration and pop-up fair to showcase the Chinatown community, diverse vendors (young and old, big and small), and the immense potential of The East Broadway Mall.
What to expect:
A Meet Chinatown Scavenger Hunt where consumers can earn prizes while supporting Chinatown businesses Attendees can complete challenges and patron Chinatown in exchange for prizes such as products from AAI businesses Pepper, Omsom, Bokksu, Fly By Jing, Diaspora Co, Cabi, and Emme Essentials. A multimedia installation that includes video, sound, projections and physical artifacts to really get the opportunity to look at the diverse stories of Chinatown and its entrepreneurs. Consumers will be transported into these unique small businesses and dive into their stories, leaving with a desire to explore further. You can also check out the Artist Alley, an urban, salon style gallery within 88 East Fair. This installation will feature a curated selection of AAPI artists and designers that celebrate the vibrant history, culture, and people of Chinatown. Shopping experiences include customizing your own apparel from Made in Chinatown, and vendors that such as Sublima Jewelry, Xiao Chi Jie and more.
Venue: East Broadway Mall
88 East Broadway
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