The Chinese American Museum celebrates Chinese American culture and history, especially as it relates to LA. The museum building dates to LA's original Chinatown and is actually Chinatown's oldest-surviving building. The permanent collection is filled with intriguing artifacts. Exhibits are varied and will relate to many interests. For instance, a recent exhibit focused on the building of Chinatown while another focused on Chinese people in Hollywood. If you're in town during Chinese New Year, the museum's Lantern Festival and celebrations should not be missed no matter what your ethnicity or nationality. The museum is also dedicated to celebrating the diversity of LA.
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