Chinese American Museum Washington DC

Chinese American Museum Washington DC Chinese American Museum in DC is a new Washington museum, currently in development, that is scheduled to open in phases through 2021. We are currently open for limited hours, and follow strict COVID protocols including requiring face masks for visitors.

The Chinese American Museum in Washington, DC (CAMDC) is a bold undertaking, currently underway, to establish a new, national museum to preserve, exhibit, and lead a meaningful, positive dialogue about the Chinese American experience—its history, culture, and contributions to our country and the world.

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Did you miss our webinar, Women Entrepreneurs: Innovation, Flavor and Spice?Check it out now on our YouTube channel http...
09/13/2021
Chinese American Museum DC - YouTube

Did you miss our webinar, Women Entrepreneurs: Innovation, Flavor and Spice?

Check it out now on our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/ChineseAmericanMuseumDC

The Women Entrepreneur Series at the Chinese American Museum DC is sponsored by Ting Xu and James Xu, Evergreen Enterprises.

#camdc #chineseamerican #womenentrepreneur #womenownedbusiness #flybyjing #icecreamjubilee #innovationflavorspice #nomaddumplings #nonalim #evergreenenterprises

The Chinese American Museum’s mission is to advance the understanding, knowledge, and appreciation of the Chinese American experience, by highlighting the hi...

Among the heroes of September 11th, Betty Ong, was an American Airlines flight attendant aboard Flight 11, the first pla...
09/11/2021

Among the heroes of September 11th, Betty Ong, was an American Airlines flight attendant aboard Flight 11, the first plane to be hijacked. Amidst the panic and confusion of that day’s earliest events, Ong used one of the plane’s phones to convey vital information for 25 minutes that led the FAA to close all airspace and aided in the identification of the hijackers.

Among the heroes of September 11th, Betty Ong, was an American Airlines flight attendant aboard Flight 11, the first plane to be hijacked. Amidst the panic and confusion of that day’s earliest events, Ong used one of the plane’s phones to convey vital information for 25 minutes that led the FAA to close all airspace and aided in the identification of the hijackers.

Tune in tonight! Register at www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/innovationAn idea, innovation, and above all hard work - the ...
09/09/2021

Tune in tonight! Register at www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/innovation

An idea, innovation, and above all hard work - the recipe for a successful entrepreneur. Join the Chinese American Museum DC on Thursday, September 9, 2021, 7:00-8:00 pm ET (4:00-5:00 pm PT) for an inside look at four Women Entrepreneur Innovators who are infusing timeless classics with their own cross-cultural twist of Flavor and Spice.

Hear the stories, process and passion of the women behind the brands that deserve a “must-have” spot in your freezers and pantries. Victoria Lai, Founder and Chief Icecreampreneur of Ice Cream Jubilee, she dreams up ice cream flavors inspired by international desserts, boozy cocktails, and childhood treats. Karen Hoefener with partner Susan Zhu, NOMAD dumplings, Karen honed her craft while living in China with cooking classes, tips from local street vendors, restaurant owners, and colleagues. Nona Lim, of nona lim products Singaporean food heritage drives the brand’s obsession with authentic flavor and serves as the platform for its continual exploration of the delicious street food found throughout Asia. Jing Gao, the founder and CEO of Fly By Jing is a chef, entrepreneur and a renowned expert on Chinese cuisine on a mission to bring uncensored Chinese flavors to the table.

To moderate the panel is My Lan Tran, Executive Director of Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce (VACC): The Voice of Asian American Businesses In the US Mid Atlantic.

Webinar audience will receive exclusive discount offers to try these tasty treats at home.

The Women Entrepreneur Series at the Chinese American Museum DC is sponsored by Ting Xu and James Xu, Evergreen Enterprises.

#camdc #chineseamerican #womenentrepreneur #womenownedbusiness #flybyjing #icecreamjubilee #innovationflavorspice #nomaddumplings #nonalim #evergreenenterprises

Tune in tonight! Register at www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/innovation

An idea, innovation, and above all hard work - the recipe for a successful entrepreneur. Join the Chinese American Museum DC on Thursday, September 9, 2021, 7:00-8:00 pm ET (4:00-5:00 pm PT) for an inside look at four Women Entrepreneur Innovators who are infusing timeless classics with their own cross-cultural twist of Flavor and Spice.

Hear the stories, process and passion of the women behind the brands that deserve a “must-have” spot in your freezers and pantries. Victoria Lai, Founder and Chief Icecreampreneur of Ice Cream Jubilee, she dreams up ice cream flavors inspired by international desserts, boozy cocktails, and childhood treats. Karen Hoefener with partner Susan Zhu, NOMAD dumplings, Karen honed her craft while living in China with cooking classes, tips from local street vendors, restaurant owners, and colleagues. Nona Lim, of nona lim products Singaporean food heritage drives the brand’s obsession with authentic flavor and serves as the platform for its continual exploration of the delicious street food found throughout Asia. Jing Gao, the founder and CEO of Fly By Jing is a chef, entrepreneur and a renowned expert on Chinese cuisine on a mission to bring uncensored Chinese flavors to the table.

To moderate the panel is My Lan Tran, Executive Director of Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce (VACC): The Voice of Asian American Businesses In the US Mid Atlantic.

Webinar audience will receive exclusive discount offers to try these tasty treats at home.

The Women Entrepreneur Series at the Chinese American Museum DC is sponsored by Ting Xu and James Xu, Evergreen Enterprises.

#camdc #chineseamerican #womenentrepreneur #womenownedbusiness #flybyjing #icecreamjubilee #innovationflavorspice #nomaddumplings #nonalim #evergreenenterprises

The Chinese American Museum DC is pleased to announce, Student Storytelling Competition! This competition, “Stories abou...
09/03/2021

The Chinese American Museum DC is pleased to announce, Student Storytelling Competition!

This competition, “Stories about Asian Americans and Their Contributions” aims to capture the true stories about Asian Americans and their important role in America. For too long, these stories have been buried, ignored, or marginalized. It’s time to capture, preserve, and tell our stories; the stories that make our community and our nation proud. Telling these stories helps to recognize our shared history, place value on our contributions, and to fight hate and violence against our community. Tell our stories to unify our country and create a better America for future generations.

This competition is open to Middle School and High School students in the greater Washington, DC region.

To learn more about the competition and how to register visit www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/storytelling

#camdc #storytelling #chineseamerican #asianamerican #essaycompetition #videocompetition #interviewcompetition #SharedStories

The Chinese American Museum DC is pleased to announce, Student Storytelling Competition!

This competition, “Stories about Asian Americans and Their Contributions” aims to capture the true stories about Asian Americans and their important role in America. For too long, these stories have been buried, ignored, or marginalized. It’s time to capture, preserve, and tell our stories; the stories that make our community and our nation proud. Telling these stories helps to recognize our shared history, place value on our contributions, and to fight hate and violence against our community. Tell our stories to unify our country and create a better America for future generations.

This competition is open to Middle School and High School students in the greater Washington, DC region.

To learn more about the competition and how to register visit www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/storytelling

#camdc #storytelling #chineseamerican #asianamerican #essaycompetition #videocompetition #interviewcompetition #SharedStories

An idea, innovation, and above all hard work - the recipe for a successful entrepreneur. Join the Chinese American Museu...
09/03/2021

An idea, innovation, and above all hard work - the recipe for a successful entrepreneur. Join the Chinese American Museum DC on Thursday, September 9, 2021, 7:00-8:00 pm ET (4:00-5:00 pm PT) for an inside look at four Women Entrepreneur Innovators who are infusing timeless classics with their own cross-cultural twist of Flavor and Spice.

Hear the stories, process and passion of the women behind the brands that deserve a “must-have” spot in your freezers and pantries. Victoria Lai, Founder and Chief Icecreampreneur of Ice Cream Jubilee, she dreams up ice cream flavors inspired by international desserts, boozy cocktails, and childhood treats. Karen Hoefener with partner Susan Zhu, NOMAD dumplings, Karen honed her craft while living in China with cooking classes, tips from local street vendors, restaurant owners, and colleagues. Nona Lim, of nona lim products Singaporean food heritage drives the brand’s obsession with authentic flavor and serves as the platform for its continual exploration of the delicious street food found throughout Asia. Jing Gao, the founder and CEO of Fly By Jing is a chef, entrepreneur and a renowned expert on Chinese cuisine on a mission to bring uncensored Chinese flavors to the table.

To moderate the panel is My Lan Tran, Executive Director of Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce (VACC): The Voice of Asian American Businesses In the US Mid Atlantic.

Webinar audience will receive exclusive discount offers to try these tasty products at home.

This is a FREE online webinar event. Register today at www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/Innovation

The Women Entrepreneur Series at the Chinese American Museum DC is sponsored by Ting Xu and James Xu, Evergreen Enterprises.

#camdc #chineseamerican #womenentrepreneurs #entrepreneur #innovationflavorspice #nonalim #flybyjing #nomaddumplings #IceCreamJubilee #museums

An idea, innovation, and above all hard work - the recipe for a successful entrepreneur. Join the Chinese American Museum DC on Thursday, September 9, 2021, 7:00-8:00 pm ET (4:00-5:00 pm PT) for an inside look at four Women Entrepreneur Innovators who are infusing timeless classics with their own cross-cultural twist of Flavor and Spice.

Hear the stories, process and passion of the women behind the brands that deserve a “must-have” spot in your freezers and pantries. Victoria Lai, Founder and Chief Icecreampreneur of Ice Cream Jubilee, she dreams up ice cream flavors inspired by international desserts, boozy cocktails, and childhood treats. Karen Hoefener with partner Susan Zhu, NOMAD dumplings, Karen honed her craft while living in China with cooking classes, tips from local street vendors, restaurant owners, and colleagues. Nona Lim, of nona lim products Singaporean food heritage drives the brand’s obsession with authentic flavor and serves as the platform for its continual exploration of the delicious street food found throughout Asia. Jing Gao, the founder and CEO of Fly By Jing is a chef, entrepreneur and a renowned expert on Chinese cuisine on a mission to bring uncensored Chinese flavors to the table.

To moderate the panel is My Lan Tran, Executive Director of Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce (VACC): The Voice of Asian American Businesses In the US Mid Atlantic.

Webinar audience will receive exclusive discount offers to try these tasty products at home.

This is a FREE online webinar event. Register today at www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/Innovation

The Women Entrepreneur Series at the Chinese American Museum DC is sponsored by Ting Xu and James Xu, Evergreen Enterprises.

#camdc #chineseamerican #womenentrepreneurs #entrepreneur #innovationflavorspice #nonalim #flybyjing #nomaddumplings #IceCreamJubilee #museums

It's finally here!! Marvel Studios, Shang-Chi and The Legend Of The Ten Rings is now in theaters. Starring Simu Liu and ...
09/03/2021
SHANG-CHI Final Trailer (2021)

It's finally here!! Marvel Studios, Shang-Chi and The Legend Of The Ten Rings is now in theaters. Starring Simu Liu and Awkwafina, Marvel's latest Avenger has landed. 🍿😎

#chineseamerican #asianamerican #shangchi #ShangChiAndTheLegendOfTheTenRings #SimuLiu #Awkwafina #marvel #avengers

Final trailer for Shang-Chi and The Legend Of The Ten Rings

An idea, innovation, and above all hard work - the recipe for a successful entrepreneur. Join the Chinese American Museu...
08/19/2021

An idea, innovation, and above all hard work - the recipe for a successful entrepreneur. Join the Chinese American Museum DC on Thursday, September 9, 2021, 7:00-8:00 pm ET (4:00-5:00 pm PT) for an inside look at four Women Entrepreneur Innovators who are infusing timeless classics with their own cross-cultural twist of Flavor and Spice.

Hear the stories, process and passion of the women behind the brands that deserve a “must-have” spot in your freezers and pantries. Victoria Lai, Founder and Chief Icecreampreneur of Ice Cream Jubilee, she dreams up ice cream flavors inspired by international desserts, boozy cocktails, and childhood treats. Karen Hoefener with partner Susan Zhu, NOMAD dumplings, Karen honed her craft while living in China with cooking classes, tips from local street vendors, restaurant owners, and colleagues. Nona Lim, of nona lim products Singaporean food heritage drives the brand’s obsession with authentic flavor and serves as the platform for its continual exploration of the delicious street food found throughout Asia. Jing Gao, the founder and CEO of Fly By Jing is a chef, entrepreneur and a renowned expert on Chinese cuisine on a mission to bring uncensored Chinese flavors to the table.

To moderate the panel is My Lan Tran, Executive Director of Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce (VACC): The Voice of Asian American Businesses In the US Mid Atlantic.

Webinar audience will receive exclusive discount offers to try these tasty products at home.

This is a FREE online webinar event. Register today at www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/Innovation

The Women Entrepreneur Series at the Chinese American Museum DC is sponsored by Ting Xu and James Xu, Evergreen Enterprises.

#camdc #chineseamerican #womenentrepreneurs #entrepreneur #innovationflavorspice #nonalim #flybyjing #nomaddumplings #IceCreamJubilee #museums

An idea, innovation, and above all hard work - the recipe for a successful entrepreneur. Join the Chinese American Museum DC on Thursday, September 9, 2021, 7:00-8:00 pm ET (4:00-5:00 pm PT) for an inside look at four Women Entrepreneur Innovators who are infusing timeless classics with their own cross-cultural twist of Flavor and Spice.

Hear the stories, process and passion of the women behind the brands that deserve a “must-have” spot in your freezers and pantries. Victoria Lai, Founder and Chief Icecreampreneur of Ice Cream Jubilee, she dreams up ice cream flavors inspired by international desserts, boozy cocktails, and childhood treats. Karen Hoefener with partner Susan Zhu, NOMAD dumplings, Karen honed her craft while living in China with cooking classes, tips from local street vendors, restaurant owners, and colleagues. Nona Lim, of nona lim products Singaporean food heritage drives the brand’s obsession with authentic flavor and serves as the platform for its continual exploration of the delicious street food found throughout Asia. Jing Gao, the founder and CEO of Fly By Jing is a chef, entrepreneur and a renowned expert on Chinese cuisine on a mission to bring uncensored Chinese flavors to the table.

To moderate the panel is My Lan Tran, Executive Director of Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce (VACC): The Voice of Asian American Businesses In the US Mid Atlantic.

Webinar audience will receive exclusive discount offers to try these tasty products at home.

This is a FREE online webinar event. Register today at www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/Innovation

The Women Entrepreneur Series at the Chinese American Museum DC is sponsored by Ting Xu and James Xu, Evergreen Enterprises.

#camdc #chineseamerican #womenentrepreneurs #entrepreneur #innovationflavorspice #nonalim #flybyjing #nomaddumplings #IceCreamJubilee #museums

The Chinese American Museum DC is pleased to announce, Student Storytelling Competition! This competition, “Stories abou...
08/17/2021

The Chinese American Museum DC is pleased to announce, Student Storytelling Competition!

This competition, “Stories about Asian Americans and Their Contributions” aims to capture the true stories about Asian Americans and their important role in America. For too long, these stories have been buried, ignored, or marginalized. It’s time to capture, preserve, and tell our stories; the stories that make our community and our nation proud. Telling these stories helps to recognize our shared history, place value on our contributions, and to fight hate and violence against our community. Tell our stories to unify our country and create a better America for future generations.

This competition is open to Middle School and High School students in the greater Washington, DC region.

To learn more about the competition and how to register visit www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/storytelling

#camdc #storytelling #chineseamerican #asianamerican #essaycompetition #videocompetition #interviewcompetition #SharedStories

The Chinese American Museum DC is pleased to announce, Student Storytelling Competition!

This competition, “Stories about Asian Americans and Their Contributions” aims to capture the true stories about Asian Americans and their important role in America. For too long, these stories have been buried, ignored, or marginalized. It’s time to capture, preserve, and tell our stories; the stories that make our community and our nation proud. Telling these stories helps to recognize our shared history, place value on our contributions, and to fight hate and violence against our community. Tell our stories to unify our country and create a better America for future generations.

This competition is open to Middle School and High School students in the greater Washington, DC region.

To learn more about the competition and how to register visit www.chineseamericanmuseum.org/storytelling

#camdc #storytelling #chineseamerican #asianamerican #essaycompetition #videocompetition #interviewcompetition #SharedStories

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1218 16th St. NW
Washington D.C., DC
20036

General information

CAMDC is a museum in Washington DC focusing on Chinese American history and culture.

Opening Hours

Thursday 10am - 4pm
Friday 10am - 4pm

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+12024237512

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Our Vision in DC and Beyond

The Chinese American Museum Foundation’s mission is to advance the understanding, knowledge and appreciation of the Chinese American experience, by highlighting the history, culture, spirit, resilience, and contributions of Chinese Americans throughout our past, present, and future.

Our vision is to build a community around a continuous dialogue illustrating how Chinese Americans, culture, contributions, and potential are all an important part of the American fabric. We seek to work with organizations, museums, experts, and leadership across the country to tell the Chinese American story on DC’s national stage.

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