- "China News" posts an article about the story of dancer/choreographer Lenora Lee's performance, "The Escape," and... fb.me/2CfyRMfxm Updated: 1 day ago
- Don't miss Melody Takata's "The Art of Peace" tomorrow, 1pm!... fb.me/1IUetrPkA Updated: 2 days ago
- At tomorrow 9 am, come sit with artist Leon Sun at CHSA — a 20 minute meditation guided by Leon while positioned... fb.me/1HI9i4myC Updated: 4 days ago
Chinatown was a bustling neighborhood with many businesses, temples, and associations. When the 1906 Earthquake hit the city, it destroyed large parts of the city. Fires caused by the troops completely decimated Chinatown, leaving the neighborhood in ashes and its citizens fleeing to neighbor districts and cities. Starting on … Read More »
CHSA is proud to present the Julia Morgan Legacy Project, created as part of the 2012 Julia Morgan Festival. Our focus is on the legacy, architecture, and impact of the Julia Morgan designed Chinese YWCA building, which currently houses the CHSA Museum.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the modern republic of China, CHSA presents the exhibition Sun Yat-sen: An American Legacy. The exhibition tells the story of the “father of modern China” Dr. Sun Yat-sen and his travels in America as he rallied support to the cause of a … Read More »