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

Our Communities Our Neighbors: A Video Series

2022-04-25T18:55:03+00:00

Online Event | Wednesday, April 27th 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Join sister and brother Merilee and Greg Tanbara, film editor Kevin Gibson and host Greg Youtz as they discuss the making of a short film on Merilee's research into her own [...]

Our Communities Our Neighbors: A Video Series2022-04-25T18:55:03+00:00

The Chinese in Early Tacoma a book launch presentation of “Straw Hats, Sandals and Steel”

2022-03-23T16:24:26+00:00

Please join us on March 23rd from 6:30pm to 7:30pm for the book launch presentation for the republication of Lorraine Hildebrand's 1977 book, Straw Hats, Sandals and Steel. Members of the Board of the Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation and Tacoma Historical Society [...]

The Chinese in Early Tacoma a book launch presentation of “Straw Hats, Sandals and Steel”2022-03-23T16:24:26+00:00

Empowering Asian Americans: Women in Leadership A Symposium at University of Puget Sound 10-2-21

2021-10-25T18:30:17+00:00

Recognizing the intersections of racial and gender biases against Asian American women, this symposium aims to share stories of challenges and triumphs in the lives of three accomplished Asian American women leaders, and engage our students and the community in a discussion about workplace [...]

Empowering Asian Americans: Women in Leadership A Symposium at University of Puget Sound 10-2-212021-10-25T18:30:17+00:00

New Book Launch Party at the Park

2021-07-14T05:47:50+00:00

“The Wind Will Not Stop” New Book Launch Party BREAKING NEWS:   Tacoma Chinese organization to host a book launch for its first published book: a Middle grade historical novel about the expulsion of the Chinese from Tacoma in 1885. The Chinese Reconciliation [...]

New Book Launch Party at the Park2021-07-14T05:47:50+00:00

“The Wind Will Not Stop” New Book Talk

2021-06-29T21:44:02+00:00

Zoom Presentation June 30, 2021 | 6:00-7:00 pm (PST) Wednesday, June 30 at 6 p.m. join Tacoma Public Library online for a talk with Judy Carlson Hulbert, author of “The Wind Will Not Stop.” This book is CRPF's first publication! The novel [...]

“The Wind Will Not Stop” New Book Talk2021-06-29T21:44:02+00:00

Symphony Tacoma Presents Preview of Tacoma Method

2021-05-19T06:46:34+00:00

  AN ASIAN AMERICAN PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH PRESENTATION Symphony Tacoma Presents Preview of Tacoma Method Tacoma Method: Three Arias Performed by Hai-Ting Chinn Premieres Saturday, May 22 at 7:30 pm on YouTube In observance of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, [...]

Symphony Tacoma Presents Preview of Tacoma Method2021-05-19T06:46:34+00:00

BECOMING NISEI: A NEW BOOK TALK

2021-05-14T04:26:04+00:00

Zoom Presentation June 9, 2021 | 5:30-6:30 pm (PST) Registration required | Register NOW here Join CRPF on June 9, 2021 for a book talk to learn the stories of the pre-war Japanese community in Tacoma. Authors of the new book from UW Press, Becoming Nisei, Dr. Lisa Hoffman of [...]

BECOMING NISEI: A NEW BOOK TALK2021-05-14T04:26:04+00:00

The Impact of Biden’s China Policy on the Pacific Northwest

2021-04-17T22:51:11+00:00

Join World Trade Center Tacoma for a virtual presentation[co-sponsored by CRPF] Feature Speaker: Sam Kaplan Moderator: Mike FowlerThursday, April 22, 20214:00PM - 5:00pm Registration required: bit.ly/ChinaPol

The Impact of Biden’s China Policy on the Pacific Northwest2021-04-17T22:51:11+00:00

MAKING AN OPERA IN TACOMA

2021-04-14T03:48:18+00:00

Join the Tacoma Public Library this Saturday, April 17 from 4-5:30 online to hear a presentation on the infamous “Tacoma Method” which expelled the Chinese pioneers from Tacoma in 1885. To join the presentation click on this Zoom link. [...]

MAKING AN OPERA IN TACOMA2021-04-14T03:48:18+00:00
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