News Coverage of CHSA’s 10th Anniversary Celebration

Ten years ago, The Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) opened a Museum in the landmark Julia Morgan-designed Chinatown YWCA Building at 965 Clay Street in San Francisco. On Saturday, November 12, 2011, more than 200 people attended a FREE day-long 10th Anniversary Celebration from 11am to 4pm, featuring lion dancing, exhibits, music, refreshments, and talks on Chinese American art, culture, and history.

See our original event post here >

Among the visitors to the museum were members of the press; we are pleased to share with you their coverage of our event.


Press Coverage of CHSA’s 10th Anniversary Celebration

The Wall Street Journal Digital Network
On November 12, Chinese Historical Society of America Museum Celebrates 10 Years in Famed Julia Morgan Building in San Francisco’s Chinatown Celebration Coincides With Birthday of Iconic Chinese Leader Sun Yat-sen

KTSF26 Chinese article and Chinese video clip.
The Chinese Historical Society of America Museum celebrates its ten-year anniversary
KTSF 26 English article and Chinese video clip.
The Chinese Historical Society of America Museum celebrates its ten-year anniversary
World Journal Chinese article
Chinese Historical Society Will not Let the Past be Forgotten
ChinaNews.com Chinese article
Reproduction of Life in Miniatures
ChinaReviewNews.com Chinese article
Frank Wong Reproduces San Francisco Chinese Life in Miniatures
SingtaoGlobalNetwork.com
CHSA 10th Anniversary Celebration Announcement
NetEase.com
CHSA Museum Celebrates 10 Years at Clay Street
Sina.com
Series of Free Events for Two Months at CHSA for their 10th Year Anniversary