New York Chinese Cultural Center (NYCCC) is celebrating its 40th birthday this year. We would like to invite you to the celebration on May 2nd, 2014 at Bennett Media Studio, 723 Washington St., with entertainment, music, dance, food, art, and culture.
For four decades, NYCCC has been serving the community by providing high quality and authentic cultural programs and resources to schools and the public. As the region’s largest and most respected Chinese traditional performing arts organization, NYCCC is on track to be the creative hub for Chinese artists in all media and the authority for Chinese culture. At the mark of our 40th anniversary, NYCCC wants to recognize and honor influential figures in our community for their leadership and contributions.
Norma Chu, Actress & community Leader
Chinese Business Lawyer Association
As we are tracing the footprints of glory and respect generations of achievement, we are committed and striving to be the best and be the safeguard for the tradition. Please support NYCCC’s mission by making a fully tax-deductible gift and we look forward to seeing you at our 40th anniversary gala. Click to purchase ticket(s)!
Over the last 2 decades, the Asian American population in New York City has exploded with 110% growth, and is more diverse than ever, hailing not only from East Asia but from South and Southeast Asia, as well as from secondary migrations such as the Indo-Guyanese. Nearly 78% of NYC’s Asian Americans are foreign born.
This conference seeks to answer the questions of who they are, where they have chosen to locate and how their communities have grown, how to preserve the culture and historical heritage of these communities for the older communities, to prepare new communities who will want to preserve their history in the US, and to connect scholars and community to identify trends and issues of concern for these communities.
- The Newest Asian New Yorkers
- New York’s Indo-Caribbean Diaspora: Update
- Preserving our Historical and Cultural Heritage
- Community Research: Mapping & Networking
Don’t miss out on the 2014 Annual NAPABA Convention! There are many ways to get involved starting now. You can:
- Register to attend;
- Submit program proposals;
- Nominate someone or a group for a NAPABA Award;
- Apply to receive a scholarship to defray the costs for attending the Convention;
- Volunteer and get a registration fee waiver; and
- Take part in our First Mondays Monthly Giveaway and win a Convention registration!
For more information on the Convention, including how to make your room reservation at the Westin Kierland Resort and Spa, click here.
We look forward to seeing you at the
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Nguyen T. Vu, NCVAA President
Kim Y. Nguyen, NCVAA Vice President
Daniel Huynh, NCVAA Board Member
Please join us for this special screening of “Can” (amongourkin.org) on Tue. April 29 sponsored by New York Women in Film and Television (nywift.org), followed by a Q&A with the producer/director Pearl J. Park and a networking get together at a local restaurant Cellar 58, 58 Second Avenue (at 3rd Street), New York, NY.
For more information, go to http://nywift.org/article.aspx?id=4929.
NYWIFT Member Screening Series: Can
Date/Time: Tuesday, Apr. 29, 2014; 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Pricing: $10 general admission
$6 for NYWIFT members
$8 for students, seniors, Women Make Movies, DCTV, IFP, Center for
Communications, Shooting People, IDA members
The Search for General Tso is a feature-length documentary exploring Chinese American food through the story of an iconic sweet and spicy chicken dish. A collaboration between filmmaker Ian Cheney (King Corn, The City Dark) and author Jennifer 8. Lee (The Fortune Cookie Chronicles), the film whisks viewers on a lively journey through Chinatowns and Chinese restaurants from New Orleans to Shanghai. The film is an appetizing tale of cultural adaptation and culinary conquest.