• May 15

    The Premier of the 360° Tour of Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Site

    Our new 360 Tour of Kam Wah Chung State is now here!

    Here is the link to our new, temporary 360 Tour of Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Site!

    The goal the 360o Tour of Kam Wah Chung State Heritage Site is to share the history of this unique site in eastern Oregon.  Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, our site is closed to the public indefinitely until the situation passes.  As the museum curator for Kam Wah Chung, I still want you and the public to experience our world-unique site, even if we are currently closed.  The 360o Tour will give you the opportunity to tour and experience the historic Kam Wah Chung building from anywhere in the world.

    Oregon State Parks is also working on a professional level of the tour using Virtual Reality or VR.  Once the project is completed, you will be able to interact with objects, view more stories, and have a life like interaction of a real Kam Wah Chung tour.  So, until then, come on in and visit Kam Wah Chung using this 360o experience!

  • November 1

    New Kam Wah Chung Medical Archives webpage at Oregon College of Oriental Medicine

    The Oregon College of Oriental Medicine Releases their new webpage Kam Wah Chung Medical Archives this fall in 2020!

    The public and researchers and view Doc Hay’s medical formulas and the herbs he used.  Currently only about 10% of the collection is translated and available for view, but we are slowly adding more as time and staffing allow.

    Location:
    Oregon College of Oriental Medicine (OCOM)

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  • May 1
    9:00 AM

    2021 Season Opening

    The 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic forced Kam Wah Chung State Heritage to close to the public for the entire 2020 season.  Good news is we are currently on track to reopen in May 2021.  Stay tuned for further updates and/or changes, as the rules and policies for dealing with Covid-19 changes on a near daily basis.

    Location:
    Kam Wah Chung Visitor Center