Celebrate Asian Pacific Heritage Month with the Wing Luke Museum

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In honor of Asian Pacific Heritage Month, here’s a reminder to check out a good friend of AAJA Seattle, the Wing Luke Museum. It was an amazing host for AAJA Seattle’ s Lunar New Year fundraiser in 2009!

Besides being an amazing spot to celebrate the new year, the museum is full of exhibits to remind everyone of the rich history of Asian Americans.

Here are a few upcoming events and exhibits to check out:

Family Fun Day sponsored by Target: Origami with Larry Huang
Saturday, May 15, 1-3pm

Have fun creating hats, birds and other animals from a piece of paper. Supplies are provided. Larry Huang is a local photographer and an avid origami artist.

NEW EXHIBIT: A Refugee’s Journey of Survival and Hope May 14-December 12, 2010

Opening reception: Thursday, May 13
See life through the eyes of a refugee through personal stories, moving photographs and multimedia. Hear first-hand accounts of how refugees survived war, violence and oppression with hopes for a better future for their families. Ponder the trials of starting a life with nothing, in strange places and foreign cities, and having to call this new place a home.

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Mai is a business reporter for the Yakima Herald-Republic in Yakima, Wash. She covers a variety of topics from retail and restaurants to economic development. She currently serves as president of AAJA Seattle. View all posts by maiphoang →

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