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Archive Alive: Stories and Voices from L.A. Chinatown marks an effort to bring historical artifacts in the special collections of the Huntington Library and Los Angeles Public Library back out to the community whose stories they reflect. Throughout 2021, the project included a large outdoor exhibition in Chinatown’s Central Plaza.

Photo of the outdoor exhibit in Chinatown

More Online Resources:

Stop AAPI Hate — tracks and responds to acts of hate, violence, and discrimination against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.

LAPL’s API Solidarity Statement — includes social justice-oriented reading suggestions for all ages.

Reaffirming our Commitment — a statement from Karen R. Lawrence, President of the Huntington Library.

Tessa — digital collections and online exhibits from the Los Angeles Public Library.

Huntington Digital Library — digitized collections from the Huntington Library’s vast archives.

Huntington Library Pacific Rim Collections — direct links to Pacific Rim collections on the Huntington Digital Library and California Revealed

Chinatown Branch Library — events and resources, including Chinese language books and classes.

Liu Fang Yuan 流芳園 (The Garden of Flowing Fragrance) — the newly-expanded Chinese garden at the Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.

Chinese Historical Society of Southern California — a Chinatown-based center for research, exhibits, and community programming including tours.

Chinese American Museum — with exhibitions and educational programs on the experiences of Chinese Americans in Southern California and beyond. Housed in the last remaining structure from Old Chinatown.

Art Salon Chinatown — a gallery in the Central Plaza showcasing contemporary Asian American artists. See their new virtual exhibit, A Vision of Justice: Tyrus Wong and the Cultural Continuum of New Chinatown, highlighting an important painting that still hangs in Y. C. Hong’s 1930s-era law office.