Manhattan Mandarin Events
From Dumpling Making to Chinatown and Museum Tours
We began teaching Mandarin whenever and wherever we could.
In time we started to host parties, workshops, Chinese immersion dinners, field trips and more. If it has something to do with China or Chinese culture we want to be involved.
Keep an eye out here for upcoming events.
Can't wait to see you at the next one!
-Jamie, Founder & CEO
MMEats: Beijing Kaoya
Nov 20th - Monday - 7:00pm
Peking Duck house
28 Mott Street
Join MM as we dig into one of the most iconic Chinese dishes - Peking Duck.
We've reserved 2 tables at a highly recommended Peking Duck restaurant in Chinatown.
The team will provide some background on dish and regional cuisine and the chef has agreed to come out and answer any questions. The cost covers food only and beverages will be available for purchase at the bar.
Please RSVP quickly as we expect to fill up.
A trip to The Met Museum
Just around the corner from MMHQ is The Met Museum - boasting one of our favorite China cultural exhibitions.
Join us for a guided tour of this section with special focus on 3 beautiful paintings. One of our MM Teachers trained in Chinese Art History will lead the deep dive.
All ages are welcome, but we ask that any child under 12 be accompanied by an adult.
Intro to Mahjong Classes
Nov 13, 20, 27, Dec 4
This fall we will be offering a beginner course in Mahjong. By the end of the 4 lessons, students will be able to play on their own with a full understanding of basic gameplay. Classes will be taught by Julie Azous. Julie is an amazing instructor with 25 years old teaching experience.
Please feel free to invite friends! Space is limited so please let us know asap if you are interested.
NYC - TBD
Put your Mandarin into practice! Discover the hidden gems of Chinatown, practice your Mandarin with shop owners and waiters, and take part in a scavenger hunt.
On this 2-3 hour, family-friendly tour, join MM as we visit various restaurants and small shops to experience a handful of different Chinese cuisines, teach and encourage students to order food in Mandarin, try Chinese sweets, pastries, and bobocha, and have fun using Mandarin to try and win the scavenger hunt!