Follow the tale of two Cambodian sisters weathering through their mother’s death. Not being the best of friends since birth, their conflicting methods are at war with each other. Will they have a burial? A cremation? What culture should they follow? Find out now by seeing the Bald Sisters!
It is the tradition for people to post calligraphy characters written on red paper with new year’s wishes on walls, windows, and doors for celebration. We invite you to join us to make your own calligraphy artwork at the museum.
Tampopo Kai is an online Japanese cultural program for preschoolers. Through various engaging activities such as singing, storytelling, and arts & crafts, children and their parents are exposed to the richness of the Japanese language and culture.
NIAM's November Livewire featured performer is poet IndRani Mondal, whose fluency in English and Bengali and exposure to literature in both languages brings an inclusive dimension and a comparative edge to her writings.
Attracting 400+ prominent Chicagoans, CASL’s Annual Gala is an elegant evening of culture, entertainment, and networking with high-profile guests. Let's help improve lives in the Greater Chicago community!
We will hear from panelists from Planned Parenthood, ACLU, and the Aspen Institute as we discuss the real repercussions of the Dobbs decision and the end of Roe v. Wade on South Asians across the United States.
OCA Greater Chicago, the Chinese American Museum of Chicago, the Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community, and Chinese American Service League invite the community to screen the documentary, “Rising Against Asian Hate: One Day in March."
HAIBAYÔ, a creative initiative that aims to energize the historic Asia on Argyle corridor through innovative cross cultural, multi-generational collaborations, is hosting the Argyle Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, a one-day culturally focused event on Argyle Street!