Chinese American Museum
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Aug 13 2013
While CAM's address in El Pueblo might seem a little incongruous, its location is actually very appropriate. This was LA's original Chinatown, and the Garnier building, in which part of the museum sits, is the most historic Chinese structure in the area: Built in 1890, when Chinese immigrants dominated in this part of town. it's been home to a number of community organizations. Exhibits spotlight the history of LA's Chinatown and the more general experience of Chinese Americans in the US.
Chinese American Museum 425 N Los Angeles St
What's on at Chinese American Museum
What kind of Angelenos would we be if we didn't pay our artistic respects to hot sauce? This one-of-a-kind exhibition at the Chinese American Museum explores the role of Sriracha and Tapatio in our city's food culture. The selection of artwork from a...