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9 Dragon Wall

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Don Torgersen traveled from the nine dragon wall to Beijing, Xi’an, Chengdu, Chongqing, Tibet and Hong Kong, and composed a literary and visual epic odyssey to celebrate China’s 5000 years of culture.

Chinese-American Museum of Chicago is honored to have Don Arthur Torgeson speak about his anthology reflecting the beauty and culture of China and Tibet.


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National Trails Days

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Join us along the South Lakefront making new trails and helping to restore nature trails in the Burnham wildlife Corridor.

National Trail Days

 

Foot Binding talk with Dr. Hill Gates

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Special Thanks to Dr. Hill Gates for her very interesting and informative discussion about Chinese Foot Binding. We were please to have a full house and lots of great follow-up questions. Thanks to all who attended.

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Please see the following article from reporter Michelle Teo at the Singtao News in regard to your excellent presentation on Foot Binding. Thank you for your interesting perspective on foot binding, great responses from the audience! Thanks to John Rohsenow and Grace Chun for coordinating your presentation. Click here to read article (in Chinese)  For those using Chrome Browser, right click on article and choose: Translate to English

 
 

Bounty: An Exploration of Themes at the Intersection of Culture, Cuisine, Agriculture and Heritage

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Bounty: An Exploration of Themes at the Intersection of Culture, Cuisine, Agriculture and Heritage

Chicago Public Library's One Book, One Chicago in partnership with the Art Institute of Chicago, the Chicago Cultural Alliance and WBEZ 91.5 Chicago present Bounty, an exploration of themes at the intersection of culture, cuisine, agriculture and heritage.

Join us for this two-part series that connects our dinner tables with art, culture and the larger world in response to the 2016 book selection Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver.

Panel Discussion: Bounty – Food and Origin

Tues., April 4, 6-8 p.m.
Harold Washington Library Cindy Pritzker Auditorium
400 S. State St.
Free ticket required. Register now.

Join reporter Monica Eng of WBEZ 91.5 Chicago in conversation with Chicago Cultural Alliance members: the Chinese-American Museum of Chicago; the Haitian American Museum of Chicago; the Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago; and the Indo American Heritage Museum. Chef and restaurateurs speakers include: Ranjani Bhargava, Myrtha Briette, Almaz Yigizaw, and Alvin Yu. They will discuss the complexities of food and its resonance with people, place and tradition. Meet and greet to follow.


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Chicago Cultural Alliance



 


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