CRPF News

World Premiere of the Tacoma Method Opera

2023-03-24T00:36:00+00:00

The long awaited world premiere of the Tacoma Method opera is here! The opera will be shown starting March 31st, 2023 and run for three days total. Visit the Tacoma Opera homepage to reserve. Check out different programming scheduled over the coming weeks leading up [...]

World Premiere of the Tacoma Method Opera2023-03-24T00:36:00+00:00

Happy Lantern Festival – February 5, 2023

2023-02-05T04:47:21+00:00

Lantern Festival, also called Yuan Xiao Festival, is a holiday celebrated in China and other Asian countries that reveres ancestors on the 15th day of the first month of the lunar calendar. The Lantern Festival aims to promote reconciliation, peace, and forgiveness.

Happy Lantern Festival – February 5, 20232023-02-05T04:47:21+00:00

Symphony Tacoma Voices: RECONCILIATION – Hai-Ting Chinn, Soprano

2023-02-08T03:11:11+00:00

CLASSICS III: RECONCILIATION Saturday, February 25 | 7:30 pm Pantages Theater Sarah Ioannides, conductor Symphony Tacoma Voices (Geoffrey Boers, director) Hai-Ting Chinn, soprano Britten: Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes Gregory Youtz: Suite from Tacoma Method (with multimedia) Brahms: Symphony No. 4 OUSTED: Britten’s Four Sea Interludes tells the story of Peter [...]

Symphony Tacoma Voices: RECONCILIATION – Hai-Ting Chinn, Soprano2023-02-08T03:11:11+00:00

The Resting Place – “Our Communities, Our Neighbors” Film Series

2022-11-05T02:33:38+00:00

THE RESTING PLACE 7:00 pm @ The Grand Cinema Documentary | 2022 | NR. 1hr 30min DIRECTOR: Kate Hoyt, Hallie Harper, Tina A. Huynh The Resting Place tells the story of how the Vietnamese community in Tacoma came together to establish a shared cemetery to honor [...]

The Resting Place – “Our Communities, Our Neighbors” Film Series2022-11-05T02:33:38+00:00

Walk for Reconciliation Against Racism

2022-11-03T17:49:49+00:00

Saturday, October 29, 2022 Produced by The Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation, this free, public, outdoor event will reverse the walking route of the expulsion of the Chinese community from Tacoma in 1885, reclaiming the city for all peoples and [...]

Walk for Reconciliation Against Racism2022-11-03T17:49:49+00:00

Empowering Asian Americans Annual Series

2024-01-14T23:29:22+00:00

2022 Empowering Asian Americans: Community Advocacy a Panel Discussion October 8, 2022 Tahoma Room, Thomas Hall University of Puget Sound Tacoma, Washington Guest Presenters: Lia Shigemura | DEI Consultant Bio Daniel Nguyen | Bambuza CEO & Founder, Lake Oswego City [...]

Empowering Asian Americans Annual Series2024-01-14T23:29:22+00:00

“Our Communities, Our Neighbors” Film Screening

2022-07-17T00:31:04+00:00

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 [...]

“Our Communities, Our Neighbors” Film Screening2022-07-17T00:31:04+00:00

Press Release: 2022 Tacoma Moon Festival

2022-08-19T20:37:08+00:00

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 [...]

Press Release: 2022 Tacoma Moon Festival2022-08-19T20:37:08+00:00

2022 TMF STICKER CONTEST

2022-05-13T04:25:18+00:00

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 [...]

2022 TMF STICKER CONTEST2022-05-13T04:25:18+00:00

Where Is Tacoma’s ‘Chinatown’?

2022-02-13T02:51:12+00:00

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 [...]

Where Is Tacoma’s ‘Chinatown’?2022-02-13T02:51:12+00:00
Go to Top