Every year Chicago Chinatown Chamber of Commerce organizes a number of events for promoting the Chinese culture in Chicago.

In addition, there are other events that are organized by other societies round the year.

Check this space for the upcoming Chinese cultural events in Chicago

1. 2014 Dragon Boat Race for Literacy

The 14th Annual Chicago Dragon Boat Race for Literacy will take place on Saturday, June 28, 2014. In partnership with the Chicago Park District, Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, Office of the 25th Ward Alderman Daniel Solis, Chicago Marine Heritage Society and the Friends of the Chicago River, over 10,000 people will watch and participate in the activities. Proceeds from this year’s race will be donated to support and promote local literacy, cultural and diversity programs.

Date and Time:June 28 2014 at 9 am to 5 pm

Venue:Ping Tom Park

More information can be found here

2. Envisioning China: A Festival of Arts & Culture

Envisioning China, a festival of arts and culture at the University of Chicago featuring more than 40 events and exhibitions. From February to June 2014, explore the depths of China’s cultural legacy through never-before-exhibited paintings, rarely seen films, engaging talks, and magnificent performances by acclaimed artists, musicians, and more.

Date: February to June 2014

Venue:Various location around University of Chicago

For more information click here.

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