On March 11th, 2022 the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) announced the long-awaited return of Chinatown’s native son: The We Are Bruce Lee: Under the Sky, One Family exhibition.
$400,00 will fund the “We Are Bruce Lee” exhibit at the Chinese Historical Society of America, with another $600,000 for an art gallery and welcome center adjacent to the exhibit. Other grantees include the Mission District’s Carnaval, the Chinatown Festival of Lights, and small businesses in Chinatown.
After a year’s hiatus, the Autumn Moon Festival in Chinatown brought out crowds of people to Grant Avenue during the weekend of Sept. 11-12, offering hope to local businesses and performers who have struggled to rebound from the economic losses of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pressed against the glass frame of City College’s Chinatown North Beach center on the morning of Jan. 6, faculty, staff and students listened attentively for updated accreditation information and supporting words from Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi.
A handful of small businesses and many residents along the Stockton Street corridor through Chinatown will be forced to relocate by the end of the month due to the city’s new plan to extend the MUNI T-Third Line.
The Central Subway Project has surprisingly become one of the more conscientious topics affecting the mayoral race.
After placing fourth in the 2007 San Francisco mayoral race, City College music instructor Wilma Pang says she is “sitting pretty” to win this November with the help of a new voting process called ranked-choice voting.
“These are tears of joy coming down from heaven,” said board of trustees President Lawrence Wong about the rain that did not dampen the spirits of the crowd at the Chinatown / North Beach Campus groundbreaking on Nov. 1.
In a unanimous decision, City College’s board of trustees approved the final design of the Lot 5 for the new Chinatown/North Beach campus on Thursday July 10, putting an end to a long delay.