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Asian-American Landmarks

Museums, centers and other places important to Asian culture and ancestry in America.

Charles-B.-Wang-Center

Charles B. Wang Center

Stony Brook, New York
The Charles B. Wang Center is dedicated to presenting an understanding of Asian and Asian American cultures. The facility serves as a conference center and cultural, professional, and intellectual event venue.

Chinatown

Chinatown

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107
Chinatown functions as a popular tourist destination, a center of trade, and as a home to many of the city's finest ethnic restaurants and bakeries. It is the fourth-largest Chinatown in the United States.

Chinese-Friendship-Arch

Chinese Friendship Arch

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107
The Friendship Arch is an ornate paifang, a gate or archway used to divide regions of a city. Though many North American Chinatowns have these arches, Philadelphia's version is considered to be more elaborate than most.

Go-For-Broke-Monument

Go For Broke Monument

Los Angeles, California
The Go For Broke Monument commemorates Japanese Americans who served overseas in the United States Military during World War II. The monument's wall lists the names of 16,126 Nisei (Second generation Japanese-American) soldiers.

Top 10 Most Popular Asian-American Landmarks Landmarks

  1. Go For Broke Monument
  2. Chinese Friendship Arch
  3. Chinatown
  4. Charles B. Wang Center
  5. American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
  6. Walnut Grove Chinese-American Historic District
  7. Asian Assembly of God Church
  8. Sacramento Asian American Ministries
  9. Chinese American International School
  10. Dual Language and Asian Studies High School

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