Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Chinese Community Center, Inc
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May 2007

05/31/2007 - President Eric Ng attended the first "Lunar Stage" event of this year, hosted by the Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corporation.
05/30/2007 - A delegation from China's Red Cross visited CCBA, to learn the disaster preparedness work of the Chinese community in New York, and exchange service experience.
05/24/2007 - The Asian American Bar Association of New York presented an award to the Chinese American Voters Federation for its contribution to nonpartisan civic engagement and democracy in action.
05/24/2007 - The Chinese American Voters Federation held a meeting at CCBA.  The federation decided to host a Voters' Day on June 30, to educate Chinese-Americans the importance of Voting.
05/21/2007 - President Eric Ng and many community leaders attended the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration hosted by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the Gracie Mansion.
05/18/2007 - CCBA hosted the first Asian Heritage Month Celebration at the auditorium.
05/18/2007 - Many organizations participated in a Health Fair hosted at the CCBA auditorium.
05/17/2007 - The "Jeo-Tien Folk Art Group" from Taiwan will perform at the CCBA's Asian Heritage Month Celebration on May 18.
05/15/2007 - President Eric Ng attend a ceremony celebrating the 150th anniversary of New York Downtown Hospital. 
05/14/2007 - President Eric Ng, President Alex Wong and President Justin attended a farewell event for Ambassador Andrew Hsia.

 

05/14/2007 - Chinatown Neighborhood Occurring Retirement Community hosted a seminar at the CCBA meeting room.
05/12/2007 - President Eric Ng and President Alex Wong met John So, the Chinese ethnic Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Australia, who is having an official visit in New York City.
05/11/2007 - President Eric Ng attended the annual Fund Raising Dinner of Saint Vincent's Hospital's Living-at-Home Program.
05/09/2007 - Sponsored by the anonymous donation, C.C.B.A. and the American Red Cross held the first free-of-charge C.P.R. training.

05/09/2007 - New York City Comptroller William Thompson, Jr. held an Asian Heritage Month celebration, and presented awards to six individuals including President Ng.

05/08/2007 - New York State Governor Splizer's special assistant George Hu visited CCBA.
05/08/2007 - Mendel Hagler, Executive Director of Gouverneur Healthcare Services, visited CCBA and introduced their services and upcoming anniversary fundraising dinner.
05/07/2007 - The American Red Cross of Greater New York hosted another Prepare New York seminar at CCBA. President Eric Ng presented the certificates to the attendees afterward.
05/06/2007 - President Eric Ng attended the Outstanding Mothers Celebration event, and took a picture with the two awarded outstanding mothers which CCBA nominated.
05/04/2007 - President Eric Ng and other community leaders met Tom Chiusano, Vice President of 92.3 Free FM station, to discuss how to solve the disagreement regarding their program which insulted Chinese-Americans.
05/02/2007 - Representatives from San Francisco visited CCBA, and asked Chinese Americans in New York City to watch the historic movie "Nanking" in the Tribeca Film Festival.
05/02/2007 - The First American International Bank and the Chinese-American Realties Association presented their donations to the New York Chinese School.