In 1902, the Qing Legation purchased a purpose-built mansion designed by Waddy Butler Wood. It is the oldest standing building commissioned and formerly occupied by a foreign government in DC, as well as the last of 5 buildings that housed the…

The Wah Luck House was built in 1982, making it one of the oldest affordable housing complexes in Chinatown. It is home to the most densely concentrated group of Chinese residents in DC. The Wah Luck House also serves as a central meeting place for…

The Temple of Cun Yum relocated to this building in the late 1990s from its original location on the 4th floor of the former Golden Palace Restaurant on 7th Street NW. The Temple is rooted in Chinese Buddhist practices, and its primary worshippers…

Originally, the CCC met at Mount Vernon Methodist Episcopal Church. Since then, it has relocated several times to support the congregation’s growth, moving to its current location at 500 I Street NW in 2006. The CCC is also home to the Chinatown…