Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
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April 2006

04/29/2006 - C.C.B.A. hosted a lunch to thank all the volunteers in the tax program. Most of the volunteers are from Oriental Advisory Group Foundation of CUNY Baruch College.
04/28/2006 - President Eric attended the 8th annual Fund Raising Dinner of Saint Vincent's Hospital's Living-at-Home Program.
04/26/2006 - Commissioners from the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders visited Chinatown and CCBA. 
04/22/2006 - In order to assist Chinese speaking parents to talk with their children about the topic of sex education, Council of Overseas Chinese Services and NY Asian Lifenet together hosted a seminar in Chinese Community Center New York for the topic of " How to talk with your children about Sex". The specialists discussed with parents the correct skills to talk with their children about this sensitive topic.
04/22/2006 - President Eric attended the 6th annual Chinese Singing Contest of New York Chinese School.
04/20/2006 - Invited by U.S. Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao, President Eric Ng and CCBA representatives went to the White House to attend the Arrival Ceremony of President Hu Jintao of the People's Republic of China.  
04/14/2006 - The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office hosted a dinner in Chinatown for the new board members of CCBA.
04/13/2006 - A Taiwanese business observation team leaded by Mr. Liao Jing-Jing, visited CCBA.
04/12/2006 - KT McFarland, who is running for U.S. Senate, visited CCBA.  President Eric Ng stated that he felt very happy that all candidates who were running for U.S. Senate had visited Chinatown.
04/11/2006 - President Eric Ng, President Kit-Koi Chu of Hoy Sun Ning Yung Association, President Justin Yu of Lin Sing Association and other community leaders went to the tombs praying ceremony in many different places.
04/10/2006 - President Eric Ng gave a speech at the National Immigration Rally hosted in City Hall Park. 
04/10/2006 - The Chinese organizations hosted a small rally in Chinatown to voice against Immigration Bill HR4437.  Hundreds of residents attended the rally, including Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, U.S. Congressman Mike Honda, NY State Assemblyman Jimmy Meng, NY City Councilman John Liu's representative Ellen Young.  The protestors marched to the City Hall Park to join the National Immigration Rally afterward.
04/10/2006 - U.S. Congressman Mike Honda (from California) visited CCBA before the National Immigration Rally.  He is the leading Asian voice in efforts against the US House of Representatives’ punitive immigration bill.
04/07/2006 - The Chinese organizations hosted a press conference in CCBA, to encourage residents to participate in the April 10 Immigration Rally.  Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, N.Y. State  Assemblyman Jimmy Meng attended the conference.
04/07/2006 - The Asian Job Services Employment Committee members met President Eric Ng in CCBA, and announced their annual job fair.
04/06/2006 - President Eric Ng, former President York Chan and Mr. David Louie attended the opening reception of Chinatown YMCA.
04/05/2006 - City Council Member John Liu attended the monthly Police Conference held in CCBA, to discuss the parking issues in Chinatown with the police precinct.
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04/03/2006 - Margaret Chan, a candidate for New York State Civil Court 2nd Judicial District, visited CCBA together with members of the Gee How Oak Tin Association.
04/02/2006 - The 18th Annual Chinese-American College Information Program was being hosted in CCBA Auditorium.  Hundreds of parents and high school students attended and obtained college information from different institutions and organizations.
04/01/2006 - CCBA participated in the Immigration Rally which protests a proposal (HR4437) which criminalizes aid programs for immigrants.