Fruits of Labor: an oral history of life experiences of descendants of the early Central California Korean immigrants.
A Tale of Two Cities: a description of significance of Reedley and Dinuba, California to Korean immigrant history.
Ceremony: 3.29.2012 City of Dinuba
The Information Exchange for Korean-American Scholars
Korean American Day 2004: a designation of January 13th the date the first boatload of organized Korean immigrants arrived in Hawaii in 1903 as the Korean American Day by U.S. Congress, Senate Resolution 283 on October 20, 2005 and House Resolution 487 on December 13, 2005.
1. A monument dedicated to the memories of the Korean Dinuba Presbyterian Church built in 1912 at the intersection of Alta and O Street, Dinuba, California on April 12, 2008.
2. A bronze memorial plaque dedicated to the memories of stays at the Hotel Burgess in Reedley by two Korean patriots, the founding president of South Korea, Syngman Rhee (1875-1965) and Dosan Ahn Chang-ho (1878-19380 on April 12, 2008.
3. A monument dedicated to the memory of the March 1st Korean Independence Day first anniversary parade in downtown Dinuba in 1920 on April 12, 2008.
4. Dedication of Reedley Korean Heritage Pavilion comprising a replica of Korean Independence Gate and ten Korean patriots’ monuments in Reedley, California on November 13, 2010.