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Curtis Chin: Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant
From filmmaker and co-founder of the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, Curtis Chin’s memoir about coming of age and coming out traces the author’s journey through 1980’s Detroit as he navigated rising xenophobia, the AIDS epidemic, and the Reagan Revolution to find his voice as a writer and activist—all set against the backdrop of his family’s popular Chinese restaurant. Chin discusses his memoir Everything I Learned, I Learned in a Chinese Restaurant at the American Writers Museum with Grace Chan McKibben, Executive Director at the Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community. Books will be available for purchase and Chin will sign them following the program.
Discount for seniors, students, and teachers. Free tickets are available for:
- AWM members
- Chinese American Museum of Chicago members
- Coalition for a Better Chinese American Community
- OCA-Asian Pacific American Advocates, Chicago
- University of Michigan AAPI Alumni Club
This is an in-person program at the American Writers Museum. This program will also be livestreamed, and you can register for the link to the online broadcast here.