On June 5th, the American Chinese Museum in Philadelphia celebrated “Duan Wu Festival”, which is well known as Dragon Boat Festival, with the local community. Many Chinese artists and Chinese cultural ambassadors performed during the events and interacted with the visitors.
On May 1st, the American Chinese Museum held a Chinese and Western Culture and Art Forum in the museum as part of its “Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month” celebration. Participating speakers delivered valuable speeches on a wide range of art topics.
On May 1st, the American Chinese Museum kicks off the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month celebration with a series of events, including the Chinese and Western culture and art forums, art auctions, and the 2022 Spring Joint Exhibition of Chinese and Western Culture and Art.
The celebration included lion dances and group dances. In the future, the museum will hold large-scale celebrations with cultural significance.
This is an exhibition that connects Chinese American fish ball culture with blessing culture and marine culture.
On February 5, American Chinese Museum held a tea party to celebrate the Year of the Tiger.