Free Boba-making Workshop, Trivia & Recipe Sharing | Chinatown
WWII Pacific War Memorial Hall | 809 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94108
Did you know that Top Ramen was created as a result of World War II? Or, did you know that due to rationing during the WW2, the scarcity of chocolate led to the invention of Nutella?
You are invited to the Boba Making and Trivia Night in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. This is the chance to meet loyal subscribers and readers, as well as your test your knowledge about interesting facts and issues related to Pacific Asia War. The questions will be based on historical events happened in the Pacific Theater of WW2.
- Boba making
- Button making
- Recipes sharing
Come and enjoy traditional Asian dishes from some of the most popular restaurants around the Bay Area. The first 50 people to arrive at the door will also receive a free goodie bag.
Bring your competitive spirit and showcase your knowledge of the Pacific Asia War.