Located in two houses that were built in the 1880s by French immigrants, the Chinese Historical Society displays historical ... More
Chinese Historical Society
Located in two houses that were built in the 1880s by French immigrants, the Chinese Historical Society displays historical documents, photos and artifacts. You will have a fun time browsing through the items from the history of China and how it has evolved through the years. It is a fascinating glimpse into a part of Los Angeles culture that often seems closed off to the rest of the city. Tourists will enjoy stepping off the beaten path to see a side of Los Angeles few visitors see.
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