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The museum was the backdrop of a protest against the museum’s board co-chair Jonathan Chu, a prominent Chinatown landlord who is being blamed for the closure of a beloved dim sum restaurant and the loss of jobs.
Beyond the estimated 100 employees who are currently furloughed and will lose their jobs, the closure will have “significant downstream effect” on Chinatown's economy, an union representative said.
The restaurant will still serve food through takeout, delivery, and outdoor dining, plus their smaller Upper West Side location will remain open.
Sadly, there are no carts at this location.
Jing Fong in Manhattan's Chinatown will open a smaller satellite restaurant on Amsterdam in the West 70s.
From ordering off the carts to tea etiquette, here's everything you need to know about doing dim sum with confidence.
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