Chinatown

Chinatown Revitalization

A century ago, Portland had the second largest Chinese population next to San Francisco. It once counted for 10% of population in Portland. Chinatown has been not only one of the prominent landmarks but a legacy for this city. Chinatown had its up and down in the past, but never lost its hope. With the new generation of Chinese immigrants moving into this city in the last 30 years, the Chinese community has pledged to work together to help revitalize Chinatown, to make it great again.

Portland Chinatown Chinese New Year Celebration

Hanging Red Lanterns in Chinatown (02.13.2018)

Collection of Celebration Programs and Posts

Hanging Red Lanterns in Chinatown (08.25.2018)

Hanging Red Lanterns in Chinatown (01.20.2019)

Fundraising Campaign for Chinatown's Red Lanterns (Sept. 2019)

Hanging Red Lanterns in Chinatown (01.08.2020)

Hanging Red Lanterns in Chinatown (01.12.2020)

Removing Red Lanterns in Chinatown (02-17-2020)

Portland Chinatown Performance Photo Galleries

Chinatown Saturday Performance Background (04.27.2016)

Chinatown Saturday Performance (05.14.2016)

Chinatown Saturday Performance (05.21.2016)

Chinatown Saturday Performance (05.28.2016)

Chinatown Mid-Autumn Festival Performance (09.10.2016)

Chinatown Flash Mob (12.21.2016)

Community Engagement in Chinatown

Protest at OTCTCA General Meeting (09.07.2016)

Street Sweeping in Chinatown (01.27.2019)

Street Sweeping in Chinatown (03.03.2019)

Street Sweeping in Chinatown (04.28.2019)

Street Sweeping in Chinatown (06.30.2019)

Street Sweeping in Chinatown (12.22.2019)

Wong Laundry Legacy in Chinatown

Artifacts at Wong Laundry

Seto You Yee’s Legacy

Portland Chinatown Development 219 LLC