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2018 Lunar New Year 

Time:  Feb 13, 2018

Venue: Federal Hall National Memorial, New York City

Honored:

Ron Lim, State Assemblyman of New York

Yuh-Line Niou, State Assemblyman of New York

Penny Abeywardena, Mayor's Office of International Affairs

Carmelyn P.Malalis, Chair and Commissioner of the New York City Commission on Human Rights

Tommy M.Ng, Captain, New York Police Department

2017 Lunar New Year 

Time: Jan 26, 2017

Venue: Federal Hall National Memorial, New York City

2016 Lunar New Year 

Time: Thursday, Feb 16, 2016

Venue: Macy’s Herald Square, Executive Floor (13 FL), New York City

Honored: Honoring New York Elected Officials Who Made It Possible for the Lunar New Year to Become a Public School Holiday.

2015 Lunar New Year 

Time: Thursday, Feb 12, 2015

Venue: Macy’s Herald Square, Executive Floor (13 FL), New York City

Honored: Community Service Award

– Corky Lee

2014 Lunar New Year 

Time: Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Venue: Macy’s Herald Square, Executive Floor (13 FL), New York City

Honored: Distinguished Artist Award

– Xinle Ma

News Links:

SinoVison Net | China Press | China News | Phoenix TV | World Journal | China Daily | Guest of Guest

2013 Lunar New Year 

Time: Thursday, February 7, 2013

Venue: Macy’s Herald Square, Executive Floor (13 FL), New York City

Honored: Emerging Asian American Designers Award

– Tana Chung, Tana Jewelry

– Ryo Liu, Pinkyotto

– Sally Wu, Act.1

2012 Lunar New Year

Time:January 20 , 2012

Venue: LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton's Magic Room in New York City

Honored: Outstanding Diversity Leadership Award

– Edward Jay Goldberg for Macy's

– Eugene Kelly for Golgate-Palmolive

– Renaud Dutreil for LVMH

2011 Lunar New Year

Time: February 1, 2011

Venue: Federal Hall National Memorial at 26 Wall Street in New York City

Honored: Asian American News Anchorwomen

– Cindy Hsu for CBS

– Vivian Lee for NY1

– Sapna Parikh for Fox

– Lucy Yang for ABC

2010 Lunar New Year

Time: February 11, 2010

Venue: Federal Hall National Memorial at 26 Wall Street in New York City

Honored: New York City Council's first ever New Majority

– John Liu, New York City Comptroller

– Margaret Chin, New Yourk City Council

– Peter Koo, New York City Council

– Grace Meng, New York State Assembly