From roasted duck noodle soup to steamed rice rolls and weekend dim sum, Chinatown is home to unbeatable comfort food by small mom-and-pops built by generations of hard-working immigrant families. But between the pandemic, a sharp rise in AAPI hate crimes, and plans for a new high rise mega jail pushing small businesses out of their neighborhood - New York’s Chinatown has been a battleground of gentrification, racism, and classism. In this episode of Hungry For More, we highlight the people and organizations fighting to preserve the mom-and-pop shops that have made New York's Chinatown so special.