World Premiere Short Film Screening EXECUTIVE ORDER 9066: ALL PERSONS OF JAPANESE ANCESTRY Short | 2022 | NR. 1hr 30min SHORT FILM PREMIERE | 7:00 PM, Monday, AUG 8, 2022 | MASKS OPTIONAL Hosted by The Grand Cinema Produced by the Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation [...]
Save the Date Saturday September 10, 2022 1:00-7:00 pm for the 10th Annual Tacoma Moon Festival A family friendly event free and open to the public TACOMA, Washington - The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation announces the Tacoma Moon Festival will be held on [...]
Tacoma Moon Festival Sticker Design Contest 2022 CALL FOR SUBMISSION • The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation is hosting our very first sticker design contest as part of our 2022 Tacoma Moon Festival activities. • Five winning designs will be selected by our [...]
The latest issue of Arches, an alumni magazine published by the University of Puget Sound, features an exploration of the 1885 Chinese Expulsion in Tacoma. UPS professors and students "explore the anti-Chinese violence of late-1800s Tacoma—and its legacy today." Tacoma had fewer [...]
Thank you for your support! The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation encourages donation at all levels. Please choose the amount that is right for your budget and support us today! The CRPF is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, tax ID 91-1647325.
The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation encourages donation at all levels. Please choose the amount that is right for your budget and support us today! The CRPF is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, tax ID 91-1647325.
On October 11, 2021, an apparent arsonist set fire to The Islamic Center of Tacoma in University Place. The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF) wishes to voice support for the Islamic community which has been shaken by this event. CRPF condemns in [...]
CRPF Board successfully elected its Executive Board, with the following officers in position, starting the new term from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. President: Theresa Pan Hosley Vice President: Greg Youtz Treasurer: Lucy Zhou Secretary: Lotus Perry Community Relations [...]
The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation (CRPF) stands in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community as it faces an upsurge of hate crimes and racism. Eight people were recently killed in Atlanta including six Asian women. We cannot allow [...]
To our supporters, There is not much that I can say about this year. We all know the impact this pandemic has made, both globally and locally. And I sincerely hope that I am greeting you in a moment of calm and [...]