MOCA Members Event: APA Heritage Month Celebration

On May 2nd, Museum of Chinese in America hosted a members’ event to kick off and celebrate the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. Members of MOCA enjoyed an unique curator’s tour of the museum led by the curator Herb Tam and also met some of the chefs from the museum’s current exhibition Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy: Stories of Chinese Food and Identity in America. Sinovision Journal Reporter Nia Chen brings you the story.

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