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Telling the Chinese-American Story

Join us for a fascinating view of the Chinese-American Museum through the eyes of its director David Uy during a multi-media presentation on Thursday, October 27, at 2 p.m., at the Village Center.

Located in a historic building on Embassy Row, this unique museum is the first and largest of its kind in the nation’s capital dedicated to the history of Chinese in America, with an emphasis on cultural topics, achievements of past and contemporary Chinese American, racial and social issues.

Current exhibits including “Contemporary Calligraphy” and “China from China,” which examines porcelain and stories from Early American trade, and includes pieces from George and Martha Washington’s personal china collection.

Refreshments will be served. The talk is free, but please reserve a seat by calling the Village Center at 301-656-2797.

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