About the Curator

Chelsea Zuzindlak is an attorney practicing in the metro Detroit area. She graduated from Wayne State University Law School, cum laude, in 2012. Chelsea received Bachelor's degrees in anthropology and Asian studies, from Wayne State University in 2008.

Chelsea participated in the Summer Service & Learning Program at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China, in 2007, at which time she traveled extensively through China's Anhui Province. In 2008, she learned Chinese farming techniques in Hebei Province as part of Wayne State University's China Homestay Program.

Chelsea served on the board of the Association of Chinese Americans (ACA) from January 2010 to December 2012, and taught English to senior members of the ACA at it's former Cass Corridor location from 2006 to 2007.

"Detroit's Chinatown: Works in Progress" was the first public installation of local and regional Chinese American history at the Detroit Historical Museum. That exhibit is now part of the ACA's permanent collection, and is currently on display at its Chinese Community Center in Madison Heights.