BOARD OF DIRECTORS
- Harris Matarazzo, President
- Sarah Leong Chung, Vice President and Acting Treasurer, Founding Board Member
- Tracy Quan, Secretary
- Dave Dahl, Director
- Norm Gholston, Director
- Marcus Lee, Director, Founding Board Member
- Franklin Quan, Director
- Rebecca Liu, Director, Founding Board Member
- Bertha Saiget, Director, Founding Board Member
- Wenda Tai, Director
- Paul Tseng, Director
- Fred M Wong, Director
- Gloria Wong, Director, Founding Board Member
Arts Advisors: Horatio Law, Carey Wong, Roberta Wong
Financial Advisors: Marc Berg, Gregg Kantor, Kathleen Kee, Kan Wong
Museum Photographer: Jeff Lee
Interim Executive Director
Interim Development Director
Visitor Services/Digital Operations Associate
Interim Collections and Exhibitions Manager
For general inquiries, please contact email@example.com
The Museum mourns the loss of:
Patrick Y.H. Lee, born November 19,1958, died September 4, 2020 (aged 61), Portland, Oregon. Colorectal surgeon, Artisan cheesemaker, Portland Chinese History Foundation Board Director.
James J. Hong, born April 24,1923, died November 12, 2020 (aged 97), Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Oregon. World War II US Army Air Forces Staff Sergeant, Chinatown Elder.
Jimmie Min Luey, born December 9, 1935, died November 11, 2020 (aged 84), River View Cemetery, Portland, Oregon. Retired architect, avid UO Duck fan, Portland Chinese Scholarship Foundation Advisor, Chinatown Elder.
Kim Forn Luey, born September 11, 1941, died November 25, 2020 (aged 79), River View Cemetery, Portland, Oregon. Retired elementary schoolteacher, avid UO Duck fan, Lan Su Garden volunteer extraordinaire.
Janet R. Locke, born March 9,1935, died December 11, 2020 (aged 85), Portland, Oregon. Chinese Classical Garden (Lan Su) co-founder, Garden of Surging Waves co-founder, Portland Chinese History Foundation co-founder, Chinatown Elder.
Albert Y. Wong, born Oct. 19, 1935, died Jan. 10, 2021 (aged 85), Portland, Oregon. Tuck Lung Grocery and Restaurant entrepreneur third generation, Chinatown revitalization participant, passionate singer, Chinatown Elder.
Top image: Diana Lo Mei Hing, Chinese New Year Festival in Guangzhou, Watercolor and Acrylic on Canvas, 2019