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November 2019

Called to Rise: Chinese Americans in WWII—Symposium

November 2 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

TICKETS ON SALE NOW: (Prices include lunch) November 2 FREE Active Military, Veterans, and Immediate Family $60 CHSA Members $70 General November 3 $60 Active Military, Veterans, and Immediate Family $60 CHSA Members $70 General Two-Day Bundle $60 Active Military, Veterans, and Immediate Family $100 CHSA Members $120 General Buy Tickets Join CHSA on November 2nd for “Called to Rise: Chinese Americans in World War II,” a two-day symposium that explores Chinese Americans involvement in World War II. Historians and…

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Called to Rise: Chinese Americans in WWII—Symposium

November 3 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

TICKETS ON SALE NOW: (Prices include lunch) November 2 FREE Active Military, Veterans, and Immediate Family $60 CHSA Members $70 General November 3 $60 Active Military, Veterans, and Immediate Family $60 CHSA Members $70 General Two-Day Bundle $60 Active Military, Veterans, and Immediate Family $100 CHSA Members $120 General Buy Tickets Join CHSA on November 2nd for “Called to Rise: Chinese Americans in World War II,” a two-day symposium that explores Chinese Americans involvement in World War II. Historians and…

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Building Tradition: Pan-Asian Seattle and Life in the Residential Hotels

November 9 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
CHSA Museum, 965 Clay Street
San Francisco, CA 94108 United States

Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (C-ID) has long been home for Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino American settlers. Building Tradition looks at the community's evolution and the rise of single-room occupancy (SRO) residential hotels, which served as economic and social engines for the pan-Asian community. Dr. Marie Rose Wong traces policies and law, architecture and development, uncovering the stories of the people who grew up in, managed, and owned these buildings. She finds that the rise and decline of the pan-Asian community was…

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