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Unity & Diversity Project,
Seexeng Lee

Photographer
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Nikki Yang
The Asian Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) will be the first Pan- Asian center in the nation to encompass over 40 different Asian and Asian Pacific communities, which are represented throughout the State of Minnesota. APCC will unify all Minnesota communities, and have a positive impact on the people of our State.

APCC will open its facility in 2010 as a destination place for Minnesotans from every part of the State, and will be an economic asset for the community. Selected after an extensive search to identify a home for APCC, the former Hamm’s Brewery possesses all the elements to create a Pan-Asian facility, and will be easily accessible to all Minnesotans. In addition, APCC has the opportunity to preserve a site with historical significance and deep roots in Minnesota’s culture. APCC will strengthen the community; providing an important resource to corporations, educational institutions, families with adopted children, individuals, and other community organizations.

APCC will strengthen the community; providing an important resource to corporations, educational institutions, families with adopted children, individuals, and other community organizations.
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Circle Around the Island,
Mu Performing Arts

Preliminary plans call for the following design elements:

• A retail/gift shop
• 15–20 offices for tenants
• 10–15 classrooms
• 2 conference rooms
• A multi-level building with 50,000 sq./ft.
• A library/resource center
• Exhibit and gallery space
• A banquet room for up to 500 people
• A 215-seat theater designed both for performing arts and cinema
• A commercial kitchen to support on-site events and activities



linkPage 3 "....developing relationships with APCC, include"


linkPage 1 "....Connecting Minnesota Cultures"

linkPage 3 "....developing relationships with APCC, include"

linkPage 4 "...APCC's history"

linkPage 5 "...history of HAMM Brewery, APCC's future site home"


linkPage 6 "...more about the site"


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