The purpose of Humboldt Asians & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity (HAPI) is to build and empower our community by amplifying, supporting, and encouraging diverse voices and perspectives to foster a more engaged and inclusive community.

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HAPI is an Ink People Dreammaker Program.

Humboldt Asians & Pacific Islanders
in Solidarity

HAPI at Migrations

This year HAPI told the story of the Chinese migration to Humboldt County in the late 1800s, subsequent expulsion, banning of Chinese and other Asians until the mid-1950s, and their return.

VIDEO: HAPI Migrations Performance

Eureka Chinatown Walking Tours

In-Person Walking Tours

No public tours are scheduled at this time.

Tours are about an hour long and a pleasant walk about 0.8 miles long on flat ground. All stops are along city streets and no seating is available. Wear layers because it may be cold and windy. Email for private group tours.
Donations for Eureka Chinatown Tours are always appreciated.



Eureka Chinatown 360 Virtual Tour

“Lost and Found”

This is a story of resilience and resistance, including reclaiming history to build a more inclusive future. Explore the history and culture of the Chinese community that lived in Eureka's historic Chinatown in the late 1880s and the return of the first Chinese American in 1954.

Come explore the Eureka Chinatown 360 Virtual Tour. Click and drag to look around on this 360 video. To slow down the narration: Select settings/Playback speed/custom (set to 0.95).