Feeding Your Cultural Appetite in Seattle, Washington
Transport yourself on a cultural excursion through the heart of Seattle’s Chinatown-International District. As you walk the streets and explore alongside a local guide, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about immigrant experiences, traditional family associations, architectural and decorative symbols and other neighborhood enigmas. The 90-minute tour begins and ends at the Wing Luke museum, the only museum of its kind devoted to the Pan Asian American experience. Included in the sights are: a community garden, a long-standing fortune cookie factory, an authentic early immigrant home, and the Panama Hotel as featured in the best-selling historic novel The Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. A composite of past and present, this tour will spark intellectual discourse, thought and curiosity, not to mention, a hunger for dim sum.