Thank you to all who joined us in celebrating Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage month. Whether you got involved by learning about the trailblazing contributions of the AAPI community, supporting local AAPI organizations and businesses or celebrating our AAPI friends and family we are grateful to you. We employ joy by tapping into the strength of our communities, celebrating our differences and calling on the courage of our neighbors to support one another.
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Support & Learn About The AAPI Community
Consider taking a moment to learn about and support local Asian American & Pacific Islander organizations in Oregon.
Garden Of Surging Waves
This Chinese Garden and city park was selected as Astoria, Oregon’s bicentennial gift in 2011 to honor Chinese history in the city.Learn More
Lan Su Chinese Garden
Located in the heart of Portland’s Chinatown, the garden aims to inspire, engage and educate visitors on Chinese culture.Learn More
Japanese American Museum Of Oregon
Formerly the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center, the museum is charged with the preservation and sharing of the history and culture of the Nikkei community.Learn More
Japanese American Historical Plaza
Pays tribute to Japanese citizens who were forced into Internment camps during World War II, and those who served while their families faced internment.Learn More