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Film Screening- And They Came for Us


Lifting Barbells

Kimono Refashioned

Teen Snack Trials: Korean Snacks

APA Heritage Awards and Reception

Cinema at the North Beach Library: Better Luck Tomorrow

Between the Great Divide…Kashmir: Author Talk by Anam Zakaria

Tibetan Medicine in America

Author Talk: Helen Zia in Conversation with Sherry Hu

Kimono Refashioned

Author Talk and Signing -Herstory: The Legal History of Chinese American Women

Tune In Story Hour: Storytime for Adults

Kimono Refashioned

Hula at the Library: Halau Ha’a Kea O Kinohi

Hula at the Library

Asian Pop Karaoke

Flying Angels Chinese Dance Company

Kimono Refashioned

Author Jeffrey Leong Presents: Wild Geese Sorrow

Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with Dance & Music

Cooking Time: Learn how to make some yummy Asian snacks!

Teen Movie @ the Library: Crazy Rich Asians

Youth Movie: Moana

The Unique Costumes of the 56 Ethnic Groups of China

Filipino Food Trials

Merced Branch Library Open House

Tibetan Medicine in America

Author Talk and Signing-Herstory: The Legal History of Chinese American Women

CAAMFest Opening Night: Chinatown Rising

CAAMFest Special Presentation: Eating Up Easter

Hula at the Library with Halau Ha’a Kea o Kinohi

Japanese Taiko Drumming with Kristy Oshiro

Family Legacies for Chinese Americans: Legends and Verification with Jeanie Low

Keepsake Boxes with the Museum of Craft and Design

Author Talk – Discriminating Sex: White Leisure and the Making of the American “Oriental”

Parangal Dance Company – Aspires to Inspire

Parangal Dance

Sunday Film: Crazy Rich Asians

Boy: Sunday Matinee

CAAMFest: A Tribute to Jeff Adachi (Filmmaker, SF Public Defender, Social and Legal Justice Advocate)

Melody Yan’s Zither Fusion Music

It’s Yoga Kids

Author Talk: Useful Phrases for Immigrants: Stories by May-lee Chai

CAAMFest: Special Presentation, Still Human

The Way of Tea with Urasenke Foundation SF

Origami Kusudama Flowers

Film: Canton Army in the High Sierras and The Golden Spike: The Chinese Contribution to the Transcontinental Railroad

5 Love Languages (五種愛的語言)

Henna Hands-On Workshop

Halau Ha’a Kea o Kinohi Hawaiian Dance Performance

APA Heritage Month Performance Showcase

MAYOR ED LEE – Film Screening, Reception, Q&A with Filmmakers

Asia FantAsia with Eth-Noh-Tec

Ikebana: Japanese Flower Arrangement

Halau Ha’a Kea o Kinohi: Hula Dancing

Author Talk at Chinatown Library : Useful Phrases for Immigrants: Stories by May-lee Chai

Japanese Taiko Drumming with Kristy Oshiro

CAAMFest Presents 25th Anniversary of THE JOY LUCK CLUB

Cooking Back To Our Roots: Workshop and Food Demonstration

DIY Kids: Origami

A Mysterious Book Club: Malice by Keigo Higashino

CAAMFest Closing Night: Geographies of Kinship


Teen Movie @ the Library: Searching

Making Petal Pouch with Esther Kwan

Asian Snack Trials

Shizu Designs Art Demo

Crazy Rich Asians

Learn to make Kimchi

Author Talk Western Addition Library: Meredith Oda

International Film: Sita Sings the Blues

Candy Lei Craft

Classical Chinese Culture: A Brief Introduction

Author Talk at Main Library: Meredith Oda

Make your own Diwali Paper Lantern for Adults

Rahiti: Polynesian Dance Performance

Movie: Crazy Rich Asians


Asian Snack Trials @ North Beach Library


Floral Jewelry Making with Shinta Arifin

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