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The Chung Wah Open House

The Chung Wah Association extends an invitation for visitors to learn about early Chinese history in Western Australia as Chung Wah Association celebrates 110 years.

There will be a historical photographic exhibition, presentations, walking tours, cultural demonstrations and fun-filled games and activities. All hands-on activities will be conducted in English and Mandarin.

Presentation and walking tours in English only. 

Cultural Activities Age Group Time Booking 
Session 1 (Max 32 pp)
Lantern making, calligraphy, chopsticks, abacus
 5+ Friday | 10am–11am   Required
Session 2 (Max 32 pp)
Lantern making, calligraphy, chopsticks, abacus
 5+ Friday | 11am–12am   Required
Session 3 (Max 32 pp)
Lantern making, calligraphy, chopsticks, abacus
 5+ Friday | 1pm–2pm   Required
Session 4 (Max 32 pp)
Lantern making, calligraphy, chopsticks, abacus
 5+ Friday | 2pm–3pm   Required
Exhibition | Talk | Tour       
Historical photographic exhibition and 
Lion head, drum and gong on display
 All ages Friday | 10am–4pm   Not Required
Listen to the history of the Chung Wah
Assoc and the early Chinese settlers in WA
(Max 20 persons)
 15+ Friday | 10.15am–11am &
1.15pm - 2pm
 Required
Walking tour of James St and its early Chinese
history (Max 20 persons) 
 15+ Friday | 11.15am–12pm &
2.15pm - 3pm
 Required

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    Event Showings

    Friday 16 April | 10am–4pm
    Session 1 10am -11am
    Session 2 11am – 12pm
    Session 3 1pm -2pm
    Session 4 2pm-3pm

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    Price

    Free

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    Location

    Chung Wah Hall

    128 James Street

    Northbridge WA 6003