The Chinese community not only makes up a large part of the Tri-Valley’s current residents, but is deeply intertwined in the rich history and heritage of this region. Read below about how the Tri-Valley celebrates the past and present of Chinese culture.
After several years in the making, the long-awaited debut of Into China is finally here. Curated with antique artwork, 3D miniature models, and life-size replicas, this elegant exhibit takes its visitors on an experiential trip to ancient China.
Each year, a talented artisans come to the Alameda County Fairgrounds to build a multi-acre lantern display that is built on-site using a variety of materials including silk and chinaware.
In celebrating it’s diverse communities and rich culture, organizations throughout the Tri-Valley honor the Lunar New Year with live performances, cultural demonstrations, and complimentary experiences.
You win some, you dim sum. In this case, there are no losers here. Whether you’re looking for steamed baos or chicken feet, the Tri-Valley is home to several restaurants featuring Northern and Southern Chinese cuisine. Check out the Dim Sum Hot Spots in the Tri-Valley, or our filter through our restaurant listings below.