ACM celebrated Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month today at the Upper Dublin Library.
ACM in collaboration with the Guanghua Chinese School and the Northeast Academy of Philadelphia, hosted a successful celebration of AAPI Heritage Month on May 13. The event, which drew a large and diverse crowd, was a vivid display of cultural heritage and unity.
the American Chinese Museum hosted a Spring Clean event in collaboration with the Northeast Philadelphia Chinese School and the Guanghua Chinese School. About 50 students from both schools participated in the event.
a series of celebration activities with many social organizations in Greater Philadelphia, shared traditional Chinese culture with the American people, and brought a deep love and festive atmosphere to the Chinese community.
On November 12, the American Chinese Museum officially opened its special exhibition to the public, commemorating Anna May Wong, the first Chinese-American to appear on US currency.
Ellen Qiongzhao Schicktanz（艾伦赵琼.希克坦兹博士), an Asian American Artist, Doctor of Literature, President of the American Goddess Art Museum and Deputy Secretary-General of the Rodin International Artists Foundation, donated the bronze statue of Sun Yat-sen to The Chinese American Museum.
Multicultural communities share stories and experiences about parent-child reading in ACM
“A friendship from one hundred years ago, lives on in this photo, foretells Destiny and brings History full-circle! How exciting for the Castor family to re-connect with the Chinese American people!”
On Sunday, American Chinese Museum held a celebration for traditional Chinese Mid-Autumn (Moon) festival, which includes traditional Chinese music instrument playing, Chinese dancing, drawing moon and writing Chinese calligraphy of moon poems. About 300 people attended the celebration and below are some of the photos taken throughout the event.
On August 19 and August 26, the American Chinese Museum held two Movie Nights. “Kung Fu Panda 3” and “Heaven’s Beat” were shown to the community in the museum’s backyard.