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Late January a group of Chinese Tourism officials visited Monterey and dined on Fisherman's Wharf. One of the things they wanted to see was that there was some Chinese Heritage here. We believe that there is one to be celebrated as pre-railroad days several families (not just single man railroad workers) immigrated here with their family and culture in tact.
Chinese tourism officials see Monterey County as 'authentic' America - By PHILLIP MOLNAR
Herald Staff Writer
Monterey County could be sold as an "authentic" American destination, Chinese tourism officials who recently visited the county said. The 25-person group of tourism officials, Chinese media and the country's largest airline visited on Tuesday and Wednesday. View Full Story
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The Chinese Historical Museum http://www.chsa.org
is a great place to see the history of Chinese people in the United States
Chinese Historical Museum - San Francisco
The main exhibition area in the museum tells the history of the Chinese people in the United States. The bilingual permanent exhibition documents the first large wave of immigration that occurred during the 19th century, when more than 90% of Chinese immigrants came from the Pearl River Delta region in China. Photographs and artifacts focus on the contributions made by Chinese laborers in the development of the fishing, railroad, mining, and agriculture industries in the American West. New exhibits are scheduled throughout the year.
Museum & Bookstore Hours
Tuesday through Friday 12:00pm-5:00pm
Saturday and Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm
Closed Mondays. Please call for holiday schedule
The Chinese Historical Society of America
965 Clay Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone: (415) 391-1188
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The Pacific Grove Chinese Fishing Village burned to the ground on May 16, 1906. Join Gerry Low-Sabado, a direct descendant of this fishing village, and Pacific Grove Mayor Carmelita Garcia to honor and pay respects 106 years later. Meet at the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History on Saturday, May 19th. 11:00 a.m.
Saturday, May 19, 2012 - 11:00am - 4:00pmhttp://www.pgmuseum.org/event/chinese-fishing-village-walk-remembrance-0
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Chinese Junk Boat Museum? in Monterey? How did I get to this point? What on earth possessed me to save and preserve this unique bit of history. How did this amazing junk find it's way to me here? Even my dog Romeo who guards the boat from sea otters and sea lions has his say. All I know is that there is history in this boat and it deserves to have a new life and new future. We're hauling her out on Thursday May 10th at 9am and you can be a part of her restoration so that she can SAIL her yellow sails with the Red Dragon on the top during the Pacific Grove Festival of Lanterns this summer. E-mail us your availability and desires to come and work on her May 10th to 20th. [email protected]historicalchinesejunkboatmuseum.com