Reviews for Asian Cultures Museum and Educational Center: 2
Hang In there
By A Yahoo Contributor, 3/28/05
A great place for everyone, to experience the different languages, food, race and cultures. Need more public awareness of the existence of the Museum. Needs more supports/spondsors/donations for the operation expenses. If you're not a member, why not join in as a member. As a member, you'll be informed of the coming events thru the mail and discount to the gift shop.
Keep up the good work.
The Asian Cultures Museum is something Corpus Christi can really be proud of, but seems to ignore instead. Their collections of several Asian cultures are beautiful and informative, and the grounds and physical buildings are artfully designed. With the popularity of Feng Shai and other Asian arts, I'm surprised they seem so sparsely visited. My daughter and I took a calligraphy class given by a Korean master and had a wonderful time. We learned a great deal and would like to see the museum sponsor other events and perhaps promote them more so the entire community would learn what a gem we have in our midst.
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