"Immigrants Building America" is on display in the Richland Library, which will last until the end of Oct. You are welcome to pay a visit at any time. The posters provide precious historical pictures with English interpretation, reviewing the history of Chinese immigrants from themid-nineteenth century when the first immigrants were engaged in the gold rush, the construction of railways, etc., to the more recent period when Chinese Americans worked diligently and excelled in various fields including politics, science and technology, economy, aviation, and arts. Throughout the historical process, the Chinese Americans made significant contributions to the development of U.S.
According to the U.S. 2010 census, the United States has more than 400 million Chinese Americans. The exhibition not only reviews the contributions made by Chinese Americans to building better America, but also encourages and sets examples for today's Chinese Americans from all walks of life. Exhibitions with same topic have been held in many cities in U.S., and have received very good feedback.
Special thanks to "Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Seattle" for providing exhibits and "Richland Public Library" for providing exhibition space and relevant assistance.
Venue: Exhibition Hall of Richland Public Library
Time: October 1st through October 31st