I was truly inspired by MOCA during my recent visit.
I was a little familiar with some of the struggles Chinese immigrants experienced over the years, but the way the information was presented in the museum was truly eye opening and moving. The museum does...更多
Came in as my hotel is round the corner from it. It is a small place and if you are not the type to read everything, you can be in and out in 20 minutes. It carries good info about the history of the Chinese...更多
The MOCA, the Museum of Chinese in America is a great find! I never knew that this museum even existed until I read an article on it in the newspaper.
They have a wonderful exhibition on Chinese cooks and their perspective on Chinese food in...更多
On Centre St. about 2 blocks north of Canal St. It might be hard to find if one is not looking for it. There are large letters spelling MOCA on the storefront. It was very interesting how the layout goes through the timeline of Chinese...更多
Right off Canal St, this is a gem of a museum. Stunning design by Maya Lin (designed Vietnam Veterans Memorial at age 21). Along with the Tenement Museum, this institution allows you to explore the immigrant experience both the good and the ugly aspects. Currently...更多
As a Chinese-American who is not very familiar with Chinese American history as she wants to be, this museum provided a great visual overview. There is a lot of history that has been erased in the American education system that this museum made me aware...更多
I visited the Museum of Chinese in America in June 2017. It was a charming little museum in Chinatown. There are two broad subjects in the museum. The first is the history of Chinese in America and the second is Chinese food and culture. I...更多
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