Upcoming Events

An Untold Past: Chinese in the Caribbean

Date: February 2, 2021

Time: 5:00 – 6:30 pm PST

Evelyn Hu-DeHart, Ph.D., Professor – Brown University (Hu Qi-yu胡其瑜)
Martin A. Tsang, Ph.D., Cuban Heritage Collection Librarian and Curator of Latin American Collections – University of Miami
Kathleen López, Ph.D. . Associate Professor- Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Alexandra Chang, Associate Professor of Practice – Rutgers University-Newark

Paula Madison

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An Untold Past returns by delving into the experience of Chinese in the Caribbean on February 2, 2021, at 5 pm PST. Join FCAM 1st Vice President Paula Madison along with four scholars as we take a look into the history of the Chinese diaspora in the region. Each will share their knowledge about the many facets of Chinese Caribbean culture and what makes their immigration history so compelling.

Topics include the formation of intermixed families, syncretism, and art. Together, the fascinating complexities of Caribbean culture make for a unique Chinese diaspora.

An Untold Past is a CAM program series revealing the often-unknown history of Chinese diasporas in places across the nation and around the world.

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Tea Talk with Yoon Hee Kim Pt. 2

Date: February 9, 2021

Time: 5-6:30 pm PST

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Take a journey into the world of Korean tea culture, with global tea and culinary educator Yoon Hee Kim, on another installment of CAM’s Tea Talk series.

In part 2 of Stories of a Leaf, tea master Yoon Hee Kim will guide the audience into the foundations of Korean tea, including tea rituals, uses, steeping, and beyond. Kim will also perform a demonstration of a traditional Korean Tea ceremony.

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Yoon Hee Kim is an internationally renowned and sought-after tea educator, artist, and expert with over 20 years of research and practice. For decades, Kim has guided students and professionals through tea and food experiences in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Kim, a lifelong learner, a classically trained chef, and a chef instructor of Korean cuisine, continues to research, source, and study tea, while also teaching and performing in the U.S. and abroad.

The virtual Tea Talk series is hosted by FCAM board member and Managing Director of Wing Hop Fung, Lan Ong, and welcomes audience members to learn about the many facets of tea from renowned experts from around the world.

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