Mcloughlin 商業區出租在 16239 SE Mcloughlin Blvd

商業空地可供出租在Mcloughlin

用地3000平方呎。每平方英尺1.00美元。

場地空曠,內有完整良好的綜合設施,具有現代化的配置和良好的維護。

公共停車場。

如有任何疑問 請洽  

Gary Chen 電話:503-739-0393

波特蘭商業地方出租在Woodstock

商業地方出租在Woodstock

坐落於波特蘭東南方 繁忙熱鬧地區

此地點可以做為酒吧,餐廳或者其他商業用途

租金為2,000.00/月

如有任何疑問或是租金問題 請洽  

Gary Chen 電話:503-739-0393

Immigration and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO)

This organization is devoted to helping immigrants and refugees come to the United States and get settled.

Portland artist Minh Quang Phan was born in Saigon, Vietnam. After studying city planning and architecture, she worked as an educator and painter in both France and Vietnam. She came to the United States in 1995, where she has continued to work as a painter, producing watercolors on silk and also participating in IRCO’s “Arts for New Immigrants” program.  Inspired by her memories of South Vietnam she often paints landscapes, flowers, and still lifes. Although she grew up in the city, her mother often took her to visit the rural region of Bac Lieu, the memory of which inspired Minh Quang Phan’s paintings. “With my paintbrush,” she says, “I wish to present, and to regain for myself, the tranquility, the simplicity and also the poverty of my little country, Viet Nam.”

Minh Quang Phan is just one of thousands of Portland’s Vietnamese immigrants. The 2000 United States Census reports that Multnomah County is home to 11,102 Vietnamese. Portland is also home to large Filipino, Chinese, Korean, Cambodian, and Laotian immigrant communities.

Approximately 100,000 immigrants from the southeastern portion of Asia immigrated to the United States each year for a decade after 1975. During the 1960s and 1970s, the Vietnam War raged through Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. In 1975, the U.S. withdrew its armed forces from the region, and the Southeast Asian governments that had been supported by the United States collapsed. In that year, the U.S. government began making changes to its immigration law so that people displaced by these wars could more easily immigrate to the United States. -IRCO

There are many ways to take action, please visit the website below for more information:

http://www.irco.org/

Portland Japanese Garden

The Portland Japanese Garden is 5.5 acres big and is divided into 5 different gardens. The Flat Garden, the Strolling Pond Garden, the Tea Garden, the Natural Garden and the Sand and Stone Garden.

This garden welcomes schools to come and be immersed in the culture of a Japanese garden.

Hours of Operation:

Monday 12-7 p.m.

Tue–Sun 10 a.m.-7 p.m.

nsysyn@japanesegarden.com or call (503) 223-1321

http://japanesegarden.com/

611 SW Kingston Ave, Portland, Oregon 97205

Portland Chinese Garden

Lan Su Chinese Garden is one of Portland’s greatest treasures—a powerfully inspiring experience that takes you through time, offering a window into Chinese culture, history and way of thinking. Ever changing, Lan Su always has something new to offer.

Summer Hours
April 1 – October 31
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Extended Summer Hours
Each Monday in July and August, Lan Su will be open until 8:00 p.m.

Winter Hours
November 1 – March 31
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

  • $8.50 Adults
  • $7.50 Seniors (age 62 & over)
  • $6.50 Students (age 6-18 and college students with I.D.)
  • Children five and under are free
  • 239 Northwest Everett Street, Portland

    (503) 228-8131

    Visit the website below for more information:

    http://www.portlandchinesegarden.org/