2010 Chinatown Summer Nights

Aug 02, 2010 by Lisa Newton

From the art of Chinese calligraphy, and learning how to read and when using it, this year’s 2010 Chinatown Summer Nights will be the times for Family Workshops that teach about simple and common characters found in Chinese culture, and how to read and write them stroke by stroke.

Perhaps you’re interested in cooking demonstrations from various Chinatown restaurants whose cooking showcase a variety of regional cuisines and cooking techniques?

Wait, what about an interactive dance workshop with Ballroom Madness? This class, which includes Waltz, Foxtrot, and Tango, is for beginners – the basic steps of each dance will be taught – but all are welcome to join in and dazzle on the dance floor.

You’re invited to dance to the sounds of KCRW DJ Raul Campos, who was born and raised in East L.A. Raul has his finger on the pulse of what makes this city beat. House, down-tempo, urban-soul, and Latin rhythms blend together for a killer mix.

And this is just the first night.

Starting at 5:00pm and held at West Plaza and Chung King Road, Chinatown Summer Nights is held for four Saturday nights in the month of August. Each night features music, food, dancing, learning, and fun for the whole family.

If you haven’t explored Chinatown, Summer Nights is the perfect opportunity. If you do know Chinatown, you know the Summer Nights is not to be missed.

Lastly it’s free. So let’s Par-tay at the 2010 Chinatown Summer nights festival.

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