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Holidaze Chinatown Market set for Saturday

  • CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / DEC. 2015

    Artists Erick Agarijo and Derick Fabian were busy selling stickers and shirts with the help of Rosalynn Cambe at the Art &Flea “Holidaze Chinatown Market” event held at Nuuanu St. on Saturday. The urban market featured vendors, DJs, food and more for last minute Christmas shoppers looking for local and handcrafted gifts.

The second Holidaze Chinatown Market takes place at Pauahi Street and Nuuanu Avenue from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

The free event is being sponsored jointly by the city Office of Economic Development and Art + Flea, a locally owned business that hosts monthly urban pop-up markets featuring only local vendors.

About 40 local vendors are expected to participate and there will also be live entertainment.

The street market is one of a series of activities in Chinatown as part of the Transit Oriented Development Chinatown Action Plan. The event is aimed at supporting Chinatown’s brick-and-mortar businesses.

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