From 1880 to 1910 Portland’s Chinatown was second in size only to San Francisco’s. Today, the growing Chinese population is spread throughout the city, as are a variety of Chinese-owned businesses, Chinese schools and activities.
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As of June 30, 2021, COVID restrictions have been lifted in Portland and the state of Oregon. While events are now allowed, some events may still be canceled, postponed or held virtually. Please check the event website for the most up-to-date information.
Experience Portland's Chinese American culture, community and heritage through art, attractions, shopping and more.
Learn more about the Rose City's Chinese American history and strong legacy.
Celebrate Chinese American Portland with two major festivals in the winter and spring.
Thousands gather every August in Southeast Portland to celebrate the Jade District’s diverse immigrant community at the Jade International Night Market.
Portland hosts its own Japanese Mochitsuki Festival, Vietnamese Tet Festival and multiple Chinese New Year events.
My People’s Market showcases local entrepreneurs and makers of color, connecting them with industry professionals and consumers.
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