Book Talk with Kara Eng

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

A Free Event! Come meet the author of “Not Just a Simple Chinese Girl” , Kara Eng and discuss her book. RSVP HERE or at the link below! Date: March 25, […]

FREE

“What Color Am I?” Exhibition Opening

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

Join us for the opening of our new Spotlight Series exhibition “What Color Am I” by Sarah Whyte. RSVP HERE Date: March 26, 2023 Time: 1-4pm Venue: Chinese American Museum of Chicago, 4th […]

Adoptee Identity, Are We Asian American Too?

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

Join us for a discussion with Sarah Whyte, Danae Kovac, and Joy Messinger on understanding adoptees’ identity. This is an in-person event. RSVP HERE This panel works toward understanding adoptees’ relationship to the Asian American Community. They seek to examine, where does the complications of being a person of color raised by white parents leave […]

FREE

Chop Suey Men / The Brothers Chen: Chen Yuke Thew, Suey, Foon and Fong

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

The Chop Suey “joint” was a prime target of anti-Chinese discrimination in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This art exhibition focuses on four sojourners lost to historical haze.

Free – $8

May 17: Book Discussion: American Born Chinese

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

Book talk and discussion series on the graphic novel and Disney+ series “American Born Chinese” RSVP HERE AMERICAN BORN CHINESE has been adapted as a genre-hopping action-comedy series based on the graphic novel of the same name by Gene Luen Yang. In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we are hosting a book talk […]

Free – $12

The Chinese Diaspora

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

In a screening of “A Very British History: The British Chinese," Vlogger Shu Lin explores how Chinese migrants transformed Britain's bland post-war dining scene.

Free

Chinese American Museum of Chicago’s Annual Benefit Dinner

New Furama Restaurant 2828 South Wentworth Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

Please join CAMOC's fundraiser for performances, raffle, authentic Chinese food, cash bar, and much more! Participants support the promotion of Chinese American history.

$120

Spotlight Series: Chinoiserie (Chinesey Things)

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

Father-daughter team, Adrian and Clementine Reid Wong bring together an array of forms, colors, and elements while reflecting on the question, “What makes a thing Chinese?"

Film Screening: Big Fight in Little Chinatown

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

Big Fight in Little Chinatown documents the fight to save North American Chinatowns that are under threat of disappearing – along with their rich history and communities.

Free

Spotlight Series: “James Kao: Thicket”

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

The painter James Kao loves to draw from observing and then imagining nature. James will show five drawings that reflect on how built and unbuilt worlds confront each other; and three additional drawings which reveal how war cuts through both.

$12

Chee Wang Ng: The Sustenance of Aftertaste

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

CAMOC presents "Chee Wang Ng: The Sustenance of Aftertaste". Explore Chinese American identity through postcards, street photos, and creamers. Open from Nov 4, 2023, to Mar 31, 2024 with an […]

Free Book Talk Event with the Chinese American Museum of Chicago

Chinese American Museum of Chicago 238 W. 23rd St, Chicago, IL, United States

Free Book Talk Event Saturday, March 30th From 11am-12pm Chinese American Museum, 238 W 23rd St, Chicago, IL 60616, Located on the 4th floor Join Dr. Li for a discussion based on her book “Transpacific Cartographies: Narrating theContemporary Chinese Diaspora in the United States” (Rutgers University Press, 2023), which examines how contemporary Chinese diasporic narratives […]