Healing Circles: Open Dialogues for a Better Los Angeles

The Chinese American Museum is hosting LA For All Healing Circles: Open Dialogues for a Better Los Angeles. Facilitated by Dr. Wenli Jen of Integral Prudence Solutions, the virtual sessions for community conversations will explore the impacts of racial trauma, identity, systemic racism, and the increased violence towards the AAPI community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Audience members will have the opportunity to share their thoughts and experiences and explore ways to heal together as a community.

Kids Storytime Featuring Asian American Authors with Oliver Chin

Join CAM in celebrating Lunar New Year by welcoming back “Kids Storytime Featuring Asian American Authors”! Tune in for the fun on Thursday, January 19th at 4pm PST for a special reading of “The Year of the Rabbit: Tales from the Chinese Zodiac” by author Oliver Chin!

About the book:
Born with very long ears, Rosie also has great sense for adventure. She wants new sights to see and plants to taste. After getting caught “visiting” a nearby vegetable garden, Rosie befriends the boy Jai. As other animals learn that she is an unusual bunny, will Rosie ever find that her ears come in handy? Enjoy this hare-raising tale!

This book is suited for 4-8 years old, though we welcome children of all ages with parental supervision.

“Kids Storytime Featuring Asian American Authors” is hosted virtually on Zoom in partnership with the Chinatown Branch Library focusing on Asian American themed stories shared by Children’s Librarian, Rita Law.