Join fellow CCW members and guests at the Smithsonian Folk Life Festival on the National Mall for a talk on the history and transformations of American Chinatowns, and then we’ll go out for Chinese food at Sichuan Pavilion, downtown DC.
Will you be at this year’s Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall on Sunday, June 29th? Or do you just want to take a break from your usual Sunday afternoon routine?
Join fellow CCW members and guests at 1:15 pm on Sunday, June 29, 2014, at the free “Chinatown Talk Story” event of the 2014 Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall where you will converse with panelists about the history and transformations of American Chinatowns and the ongoing changes that are occurring in Washington, DC’s Chinatown. Offer some thoughts and opinions about the future of that vibrant and vital part of Washington where the Verizon Center is located. Come prepared with your questions and opinions, (or just to listen). Then we’ll go out for Chinese food at Sichuan Pavilion, a moderately priced K Street favorite of Washington lawyers and lobbyists for decades (participants bear their own costs at the restaurant). Please note there is a limit of 20 attendees for the meal at Sichuan Pavilion.
While the event is free or you pay your own, we will need an approximate head count for the restaurant so they can accommodate our group. And to be considerate, please let us know if you end up having to cancel.
(To find out more about the Chinatown Talk Story series in Washington, DC, here’s their URL: http://www.ocadc.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=168&Itemid=68
And here is the link to the 2014 Smithsonian Folklife Festival web site:
When and where:
1) Talk Story -- June 29, 2014, 1:15 pm to 2:00 pm. The National Mall near the corner of Madison Drive and 12th Street, NW.
China: Tradition and the Art of Living program, Teahouse Commons Narrative Stage Tent.
2) Meal afterwards at Sichuan PavilionundefinedJune 29, 2014, starting at about 2:30 pm at Sichuan Pavilion, 1814 K St NW, Washington, DC (between 18th St & 19th St, 1-1/2 blocks from either the Farragut North Metro Station (Red Line) or the Farragut West Metro Station (Orange or Blue Lines)). http://sichuan-pavilion.com/
No cost (attendess pay for their own meals), but please register. It helps us plan.Questions: Elina Hum at firstname.lastname@example.org “