Voices of Chinese Americans

Chinese American Museum D.C. is dedicated to bringing meaningful dialogues about the Chinese American experiences. In this video series, you’ll see the highlights of the discussions that we held in the past year - about memories, race, and a celebration of identity.

By Chinese American Museum DC

Mooncakes and Tea - Celebrating Mid-Autumn Moon Festival at the Chinese American Museum DC (2020-10-01) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Lily Liu

discusses memories of moon cakes

Mooncakes and Tea - Celebrating Mid-Autumn Moon Festival at the Chinese American Museum DC (2020-10-01) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Meet the Author Richard Lui with Jay Newton-Small - Discussion of "Enough About Me" (2021-03-04) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Richard Lui

discusses growing up in a large family.

Meet the Author Richard Lui with Jay Newton-Small - Discussion of "Enough About Me" (2021-03-04) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Richard, Lui

shares why Asian Americans are considered as “other.”

First Vote - Documentary Discussion at the Chinese American Museum DC (2020-10-19) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

John Yang

on his own immigration experience

First Vote - Documentary Discussion at the Chinese American Museum DC (2020-10-19) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Where are you really from?

Personal Journeys - A Conversation with Chris Lu and Joie Chen (2021-01-14) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Chris Lu

on assimilation

Joie Chen, Natasha Chen, Katherine Reynolds Lewis, Michelle Ye Hee Lee, Dolly Li at CAMDC (2020-11-16) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Journalist Natasha Chen

on overt racial discrimination

Pivoting Pathways: Reinventing and Retooling for Successful Careers - Chinese American Museum DC (2020-09-22) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Ambassador Julia Chang Block

 on success and discrimination

Pivoting Pathways: Reinventing and Retooling for Successful Careers - Chinese American Museum DC (2020-09-22) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Meet the Author: Jia Lynn Yang - One Mighty and Irresistible Tide (2021-01-28) by Chinese American Museum DCChinese American Museum DC

Jia Lynn Yang

Deputy national editor at the New York Times, discusses how immigration policies have changed and that immigrants should not be judged based on their legal statuses. 

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