Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Chinese Community Center, Inc
62 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013
Tel: (212)226-6280          Email:
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May 2008

05/30/2008 - Chinese American organizations and individuals continued to donate to the victims in the China's earthquake area.
05/30/2008 - Chinese American organizations and individuals continued to donate to the victims in the China's earthquake area.
05/29/2008 - New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver visited CCBA.
05/29/2008 - Chinese American organizations and individuals continued to donate to the victims in the China's earthquake area.
05/27/2008 - CCBA hosted the second Asian Heritage Month Celebration at the auditorium, and presented proclamations to New York City Comptroller's legislative assistant Sandra Ung, Manhattan Borough President's general counsel Jimmy Yan and other volunteers.
05/27/2008 - Chinese American organizations and individuals continued to donate to the victims in the earthquake area.
05/23/2008 - CCBA presented the second part of the donation of $537.713.21 to the American Red Cross. The fund was collected from the disaster relief efforts in the Chinese-American communities in New York.
05/23/2008 - Many organizations participated in a Health Fair hosted at the CCBA auditorium.
05/20/2008 - President Justin Yu, former President Eric Ng and the delegation attending the inauguration ceremony of R.O.C. President Ma Ying-jeou visited the new Republic of China's Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission Minister Dr. Y.Y. Wu.
05/19/2008 - The Unite 23-25 Union presented the donation checks to CCBA.
05/19/2008 - Chinatown Neighborhood Occurring Retirement Community hosted a seminar at the CCBA. Mr. Peter Lau from Manning Pharmacy introduced some useful health information.
05/19/2008 - The Garment Industry Association presented the donation checks to CCBA.
05/19/2008 - Chinese American organizations and individuals continued to donate to the victims in the earthquake area.
05/18/2008 - President Justin Yu, former President Eric Ng and the delegation attending the inauguration ceremony of R.O.C. President Ma Ying-jeou visited the Federation of Overseas Chinese Associations in Taiwan.
05/18/2008 - President Justin Yu, former President Eric Ng and the delegation attending the inauguration ceremony of R.O.C. President Ma Ying-jeou visited the Overseas Chinese Association and President  Wu Shih-wen in Taiwan.
05/17/2008 - CCBA setup a few stations in front of the building, to raise money for the victims in the China's earthquake.  Chinese-Americans were very generous to help the victims in the motherland.
05/15/2008 - Governor David Paterson, State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and City Councilman John Liu visited CCBA, thanked the disaster relief volunteers, and expressed his sympathy to the victims of the earthquake.
05/15/2008 - The newly appointed Director Roy Yuan-Rong Leu, Deputy Director Lung-Chi Lin, and Deputy Director Sue Liu of the Culture Center of TECO in New York, visited CCBA with the outgoing Director James Ching-Nan Chang.
05/15/2008 - A delegation from a World War II museum in Sichuan, China, visited CCBA.
05/14/2008 - Over 1,000 people attended a dinner event celebrating President Ma Ying-jeou and Vice-President Vincent Siew's inauguration in the Republic of China.
05/14/2008 - CCBA presented approximately $32,000 to the American Red Cross, to help the victims from the earthquake in China.  The fund was raised from the Chinese-American communities in New York City.
05/13/2008 - President Justin Yu attended the Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration hosted by the New York City Council in the City Hall.
05/12/2008 - A powerful earthquake occurred in Sichuan, China and caused serious fatalities and damages.  President Justin Yu held a press conference and announced that CCBA would immediately start the disaster relief efforts, and donate the collected funds to the affected area through the Red Cross. 
05/10/2008 - Minister Chang from Republic of China's Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission visited CCBA.
05/09/2008 - Ambassador Kenneth K.M. Liao presented the flags to President Justin Yu and Eric Ng, authorizing them to lead the delegation attending the inauguration ceremony of R.O.C. President Ma Ying-jeou.
05/08/2008 - New York State Assemblywoman Ellen Young visited CCBA, and announced that she would run for the re-election of her current position.
05/07/2008 - CCBA and the Chinatown community hosted a dinner party to farewell Director James Chang and Deputy Director Kevin Kao of the Chinese Cultural Center of TECO.
05/07/2008 - The N.Y.P.D. Fifth Precinct hosted its monthly community-precinct meeting at CCBA.
05/05/2008 - New York State Supreme Court Judge Milton A. Tingling, who is running for Surrogate Court, visited CCBA.
05/04/2008 - C.C.B.A. hosted a party to thank all the volunteers in the tax program. Most of the volunteers are from Oriental Advisory Group Foundation of CUNY Baruch College.

05/01/2008 - The Gouverneur Healthcare Services and CCBA hosted a health seminar for over 50 attendees.