WWII Chinese American GI

The Chinese American G.I. Project

The mission of the Chinese American G.I Project is to preserve and share the stories through multimedia and national exhibitions highlighting the untold experiences of our Chinese American men and women who served  since the American Civil War. Our ongoing national work ensures that future generations have access to the little-known legacy of Chinese Americans in the military as a part of American history. Founders Montgomery Hom and Ron Chan believe that Chinese American Veterans must be recognized. “No Longer Silent, Ignored or Forgotten” has become our battle cry. For additional information on the Chinese American GI Project contact honorourvets.info@gmail.com or visit:

Facebook Discussion Group on all things related to Chinese American service. Add your veteran tribute, find seminars and events, and little known stories of Chinese American service and sacrifice.

Chinatown To Battle Ground Exhibit is a dedicated site showcasing our touring exhibition including 300 artifacts and banners from the world’s largest private collection of Chinese American militaria, curated by Montgomery Hom.

Youtube Channel is a depository of videos including webinars, oral histories, film commissioned by the WWII Chinese American Congressional Gold Medal program and American Legion, plus much more to bring Chinese American veterans stories to light.

Please contact us with any questions online or at (415) 391-1188 x101. Thank you for your support!

Location

965 Clay Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
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Hours

Mon – Tue: Closed
Wed – Sun: 11 A.M. – 4 P.M.