The Chinese New Year starts on February 1, and Culture to Color aims to mark the occasion with the release of its premier adult coloring book.
Coloring books are often seen as items for children. However, recent studies show that coloring books have immense benefits even for adults. Adult coloring has proven to reduce stress and anxiety, improve brain function, focus, sleep, and more. On this note, Culture to Color is thrilled to announce the launch of its 7th adult coloring book titled Explore & Color San Francisco Chinatown. In 35 original coloring pages with descriptions, this educational coloring book captures the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of San Francisco’s most popular neighborhood, Chinatown.
“I have created this book to inspire, inform, and encourage families to explore and seek out adventure, culture, and history together,” said the author, Bibi Leblanc.
The book features stunning black-and-white illustrations depicting sites and scenes in one of the most vibrantly colorful neighborhoods in the world. Written and designed by Bibi LeBlanc, Explore & Color San Francisco Chinatown is a must-have for all art, architecture, and Asian culture lovers.
Angelo Racelis, the Museum Operations & Visitor Services Coordinator of the Chinese Historical Society of America, said, “Bibi Leblanc’s San Francisco Chinatown is a fantastic resource to learn about this unique San Francisco neighborhood. Chinatown is more than just another tourist destination. As you flip through its pages, children and adults alike will be inspired by the many thoughtful stories as well as by Bibi’s excellent illustrations allowing you to embark on your own Chinatown experience.”
Another testimonial about the new book reads, “This unique coloring book gives one a starter history of this iconic neighborhood in San Francisco. You will see all the wonderful sights and learn about the culture, traditions, and history at the same time.”