Upcoming Events

Spring Tea Tasting

Join the Chinese American Museum and Wing Hop Fung for an afternoon of learning and tea appreciation. Participants will enjoy a hands-on tea experience with Wing Hop Fung tea experts as they guide through techniques and traditions that have been cherished for centuries.

A ticket will include a 45-minute tea session at a selected timeframe (1pm, 2pm or 3pm), a custom gift to take home, and a 20% coupon for loose leaf tea at Wing Hop Fung’s Arcadia store (400 S Baldwin Ave 2185, Arcadia, CA 91007). All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Chinese American Museum.

Don’t miss the chance to participate in this tasting and expand your tea knowledge. Reserve your spot today and join the Chinese American Museum and Wing Hop Fung for a delightful afternoon of tea exploration!

Register at camla.org/springtea


Kids Storytime

Join the Chinese American Museum and Miss Rita from the Los Angeles Public Library’s Chinatown branch for this month’s Kids’ Storytime on Thursday, April 18, at 4pm PDT. Miss Rita will be reading “Little Red Riding Hood and the Dragon” by Ying Chang Compestine.  

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

This program is hosted virtually on Zoom, with the zoom link to be sent closer to the program date. Register today at camla.org/storytime 

“Kids’ Storytime featuring Asian American Authors” is hosted in partnership with the Chinatown Branch Library.  

About the book: 

Everyone thinks they know this story, but do they really? In this reimagining of the classic fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood travels to her grandmother’s house and encounters something much scarier than a wolf—a dragon! With her sword in hand, Little Red must learn to protect the people she loves. 

About the author: 

Ying Chang Compestine is an award-winning author. She has written several children’s books, young adult novels, and cookbooks. She has also hosted several cooking shows and even served as food editor on Martha Stewart’s “Body+Soul”. Ying grew up in Wuhan, China, and has used both her childhood experiences and her love for food in all of her writing.