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In this talk, Elaine Pearce will explore what exactly catalyzed the great influx of 3 million Chinese import porcelain wares that would be shipped to Europe in the Ming DynastyFind out more »
San Diego - The San Diego Diplomacy Council and the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum are inviting San Diegans to their table for a taste of varied Chinese regional cuisine and a dialogue on U.S.-China culinary diplomacy efforts.
On Thursday, May 7th, 2020 at 5:30 pm, the two organizations will present “A Taste of Regional Chinese Cooking: How Food Bridges Divides and Forges Peace.” The event will feature food from local restaurants representative of different cuisines within China and a discussion facilitated by keynote speaker Dr. Lilly Cheng, PhD, on Chinese cultural diversity, cuisine and how people in China and the U.S continue to foster deep links through food and culture, despite rising tensions between the two countries.Find out more »
Juror’s Choice and Honorable Mention Recipients of the 24th San Diego Chinese Art and Cultural Society’s Art Competition and Exhibition will have the opportunity to have their work showcased in True Colors: A Student Art Showcase at the San Diego Chinese Historical Museum’s Dr. Sun Yat Sen Memorial Extension.Find out more »
Through this lecture, speaker Allie Arnell will discuss Ming Dynasty porcelain, which is often regarded as the creme de la creme of Chinese porcelain.Find out more »