Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Chinese Community Center, Inc
62 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013
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March 2010

03/29/2010 - New York State Supreme Court Justice Doris Ling-Cohan visited CCBA and President Jack Eng, President James Wong of Lin Sing Association and Acting President Ting Din Ng of Hoy Sun Ning Yung Association.
03/28/2010 - CCBA, Kuomintang Eastern Region Office and New York Chinese School hosted the annual Youth Day celebration at the Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Auditorium, and recognized five outstanding youths.
03/25/2010 - Representatives from Mei-Hwa Chinese School visited CCBA, and presented the donations of $400 they collected to the American Red Cross, to assist the victims from the Haiti Earthquake.
03/24/2010 - Samuel Zhou, Ph.D., Executive Vice President of New Tang Dynasty Television visited CCBA and met President Jack Eng.
03/24/2010 - Commissioner Nazli Parvizi of the Mayor's Office Community Affairs Unit visited CCBA, and discussed different Chinatown issues with President Jack Eng.
03/24/2010 - The American Cancer Society Eastern Division hosted a press conference at CCBA, to announce details of the fund-raising dinner planned for April 7.
03/18/2010 - Ambassador Andrew Kuo, the director-general of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office of New York, officially visited President Jack Eng, and discussed different issues in the Chinese communities.
03/16/2010 - CCBA presented the collected donation of U.S.$13,300.97 to American Red Cross of Greater New York, to assist the victims from the Chile earthquake.
03/16/2010 - Representatives from a few Asian immigration organizations in New York visited President Jack Eng, and ask for CCBA's supports to the National Immigration Rally that will take place in Washington D.C. on Sunday, March 21.
03/15/2010 - CCBA held the annual Board Member Election in CCBA.  Beside the seven permanent board members, the elected members are:  Chew Lun Association, Tsung Tsin Association, Hok Shan Society, Wong Family Benevolent Association, American Legion L.T. Kimlau Post 1291, Soo Yuen Association, Eng Suey Sun Association, Moy's Family Association, Hoy Yen Association, Lee's Family Association, Tai Pun Yook Ying Association and Yan Ping Association.  The backup board members are:  Hoy Ping Hong Hing Association, Gee How Oak Tin Association, Lun Yee Association.
03/14/2010 - President Jack Eng visited the Chinese community in Boston, and he was welcomed by many community leaders in Boston.
03/12/2010 - Victor Papa, president of the Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, visited CCBA and President Jack Eng, and hoped that the Chinatown and the Little Italy communities will continue to work together during President Eng's term.
03/12/2010 - The two presidents of the Fujianese American Association of America visited CCBA, to maintain communication and cooperation between the two organizations.
03/10/2010 - The Chinese Freemasons held a press conference at CCBA, to request a re-evaluation to the process of inviting guests during CCBA events.  President Jack Eng stated that the CCBA should avoid non-American political activities, and focus to serve the people in our community in New York.
03/05/2010 - Hip Sing Association, the Wong Family Benevolent Association and Eng Suey Sun Association held a dinner to greet the inauguration of President Jack Eng.
03/05/2008 - President Jack Eng, who also serves as the chairperson of the Chinatown Daycare Center, attended the Lunar New Year Celebration of the center.
03/05/2010 - David Greenfield, who is running for City Council in District 44 in Brooklyn, visited CCBA and introduced himself to the Chinese American voters.
03/05/2010 - President Jack Eng, President James Wong and Vice-President Sheung Ying Ng of Lin Sing Association, and the CCBA secretaries visited NYPD Fifth Precinct.
03/04/2010 - NYPD Fifth Precinct Commanding Office Inspector Gin Yee, Assistant to Commanding Office Shuck Seid and Lt. Victor Crema visited CCBA and President Jack Eng.
03/02/2010 - The Republic of China Centennial Preparatory Commission of Eastern United States held a press conference at CCBA.  Justin Yu and Wei Ti Huang, who was appointed as oversea commissioners by R.O.C. President Ma Ying-jeou, started the preparation works and appointed CCBA new President Jack Eng as the chief commissioner of the committee.
03/02/2010 - A powerful earthquake occurred in Chile. President Jack Eng 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.
03/02/2010 - Ambassador Andrew Kao, the director-general of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office of New York, hosted a lunch event for President Jack Eng, guests from other cities, and the community leaders in New York City.
03/01/2010 - CCBA hosted the annual Lunar New Year dinner, which was attended by many guests.
03/01/2010 - Mr. Jack Eng was inaugurated as the 61st President of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New York.