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A Journey To Reconciliation

THE JOURNEY TO RECONCILIATION  KBTC Documentary Film Project Tells the Story of the "Tacoma Method" and Its Reconciliation Effort For a short sample of the documentary, please click here. The film is now in production with $5,000 in-kind contribution provided by KBTC, and matching CRPF’s contribution of $5,000. Our sincere gratitude to the following donors for their generous support and contribution to make this project possible: Sponsor Level: $10,000 The Russel Family Foundation 

A Journey To Reconciliation2016-08-03T15:49:14-07:00

Vandalism at Tacoma Chinese Reconciliation Park

The stone lions guarding the Ting were damaged during the weekend of April 21. You can read more about the vandalism from Q13 Fox and KIRO7 News. Board member Lihuang Wung also wrote a report showing before and after photos of the lions.           Male lion at installation in 2011         Male lion after vandalism   If you

Vandalism at Tacoma Chinese Reconciliation Park2016-05-11T16:30:36-07:00

2016 Annual Dinner & Auction Sucess!

Thank you, attendees, donors, performers, volunteers, and members of the Board for your support and participation at the 2016 Annual Dinner & Auction held on Friday, March 4, 2016 at Bates Technical College. Please click here to view Event Program. Watch the Puyallup Tribe's welcome here. View more pictures from our volunteer photographer Liz Satterthwaite. See the wonderful performance of Nanxi Jiang playing the Guzheng here.

2016 Annual Dinner & Auction Sucess!2016-03-16T18:27:56-07:00

Join us March 4 at 5:30 pm for our Annual Dinner and Auction!

Enjoy great food, beer and wine with friends, learn more about the Chinese Reconciliation Project Foundation and exciting plans for the park.   No-host Bar • Catered Chinese Dinner • Auctions • Raffle • Dessert Dash Tickets are $60 in advance Bates Technical College, 1101 S Yakima Ave, Tacoma, WA 98405 Seating is limited – please reserve your space now at: http://bpt.me/2501767 View pictures from past dinner

Join us March 4 at 5:30 pm for our Annual Dinner and Auction!2016-03-01T22:15:07-08:00

CRPF Annual Dinner and Auction – Items Needed!

CRPF is seeking donations of items and services to be sold in our auction at our Annual Dinner and Auction on March 4, 2016! The event will be held at the Bates Technical College Auditorium, between 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Dinner tickets will be available to purchase in advance and more information is forthcoming! The benefits to making a donation or sponsoring our event

CRPF Annual Dinner and Auction – Items Needed!2016-02-02T17:04:40-08:00

Save the Date – 2016 Annual Dinner

SAVE THE DATE for our annual fundraising dinner! Friday, March 4, 2016 More information is forthcoming and tickets will be available for purchase online.

Save the Date – 2016 Annual Dinner2016-01-07T00:00:09-08:00

Save the Date for our Annual Membership Meeting

CRPF Membership meeting Thursday, 1/14/2016 6:30-7:30 PM Wyatt Hall #109 (location subject to change) University of Puget Sound 1500 North Warner Street Tacoma, WA 98416 Parking is available at the parking lot next to Wyatt Hall and along North Union Street. Driving directions to UPS: http://www.pugetsound.edu/about/campus-the-northwest/visiting-puget-sound/directions/

Save the Date for our Annual Membership Meeting2016-01-06T16:37:52-08:00

Tacoma Sculpture Found After 19 Years in Storage

The City of Tacoma has just rediscovered a large bronze sculpture by Chinese artist Hai Ying Wu that was made in 1996 for the Chinese Reconciliation Park but instead spent two decades in storage. Now, thanks to curator Joseph Govednik, it has been resurrected at the Foss Waterway Seaport, where it will be unveiled in a public event Sunday. The piece will remain on loan

Tacoma Sculpture Found After 19 Years in Storage2015-12-07T19:39:50-08:00

Minister Qiu Yuanping’s Visit

What a great honor to have Minister Qiu Yuanping, Head of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council, visiting the Chinese Reconciliation Park on Monday, 21st September, 2015! The event was enthusiastically supported by the community, with attendees and representatives from Annie Wright School, Bates Technical College, City of Tacoma, Chief Leschi Schools, Pacific Lutheran University, Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Tacoma Public Schools,

Minister Qiu Yuanping’s Visit2015-10-02T15:53:14-07:00

Photos of the Honorable Qiu Yuanping visit to Chinese Reconciliation Park

The Honorable Qiu Yuanping, Minister of Overseas Chinese Commission, China State Department was welcomed to Chinese Reconciliation Park in Tacoma, WA. We had the good fortune to have one of our own Moon festival photo contest winners, Liz Satterthwaite, present with her camera. Enjoy the photos, and a special thanks to Liz and all those who attended!

Photos of the Honorable Qiu Yuanping visit to Chinese Reconciliation Park2015-09-25T16:16:40-07:00
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