Student Exhibit – Red, Gold, and Green: A Look into the Los Angeles Chinese American Experience and their Relationship with Sustainability in the Past and Present
Check out a student pop-up exhibit highlighting the role of Chinese Americans in the Los Angeles produce industry, the history of City Market, and the story of environmental activism surrounding the Los Angeles State Historic Park (also known as “the Cornfields”). On view now through November 11, 2018 on the Mezzanine floor.
The exhibit Red, Gold, and Green: A Look into the Los Angeles Chinese American Experience and their Relationship with Sustainability in the Past and Present was created by Jasmine Leung, Summer 2018 intern with the National Park Service at the Los Angeles Office of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, in coordination with the Chinese American Museum. Jasmine Leung is currently an undergraduate student at the University of Washington studying Community, Environment, and Planning (CEP) and Chinese.
PDF version here.