Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
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July 2010

07/27/2010 - Michael Chan, a candidate to Assembly 75th District in Manhattan, visited President Jack Eng.
07/26/2010 - President Jack Eng attended a cocktail party which announced a cooperation between Metropolitan Jewish Health System and Beth Israel Hospital. The MJHS will use some of the beds at Beth Israel and provide services to patients with terminal illness.
07/24/2010 - President Jack Eng attended the 11th Anniversary dinner of the New York United Lion and Dragon Dance Troupe.
07/23/2010 - Mr. King Sheng Wong was re-elected the principal of the New York Chinese School.
07/22/2010 - William Lin, the deputy general director of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York, visited President Jack Eng before he left New York and assigned back to Taiwan.
07/22/2010 - Richard Brodsky, who is running for New York State Attorney General, visited CCBA and introduced himself to the Chinese American voters.
07/21/2010 - Chinese American Voters Federation hosted a meeting at CCBA to discuss voter registration activities during the summer.
07/21/2010 - Kathleen Rice, who is running for New York State Attorney General, visited CCBA and introduced herself to the Chinese American voters.
07/21/2010 - Buck Gee, president of Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation, visited New York and CCBA from San Francisco, and seek supports from the Chinese community in New York City.
07/19/2010 - Mendel Hagler, the executive director of Gouverneur Healthcare Service, visited CCBA.  He announced the hospital's 125th Anniversary Fundraising Dinner, and seek for supports from the Chinese community. 
07/16/2010 - New York Chinese School held the annual Board Member Election in CCBA auditorium.  Beside the seven permanent board members, the elected members are:  Chew Lun Association, Tsung Tsin Association, Hok Shan Society, Lee's Family Association, Eng Suey Sun Association, Wong Family Benevolent Association, Hoy Yin Association, Tai Pun Yook Ying Association and Yan Ping Association.  The backup board members are: Hoy Ping Association, Gee How Oak Tin Association and American Legion L.T. Kimlau Post 1291.
07/15/2010 - A press conference was held to introduce the CCBA sponsored Eastern U.S.A. Chinese Invitational Volleyball Tournament.
07/12/2010 - The Visiting Nurse Service of New York Hospice Care Program held a press conference at CCBA, to announce that they had officially taken over the hospice program from form St. Vincent's Hospital, and will continue to serve the Chinese-American community.
07/09/2010 - President Jack Eng went to Brooklyn and attended the dinner which celebrated the founding of New York Haiyan Townsmen Inc.
07/08/2010 - CCBA posted the photographs of previous CCBA Presidents, which was collected from different sources in recent years.
07/08/2010 - The Chinese community in New York held a dinner to welcome Ambassador Jason Yuan, Republic of China's Representative to the United States
07/08/2010 - Ambassador Jason Yuan, Republic of China's Representative to the United States, visited CCBA and met with the community leaders.

 

07/07/2010 - Professor Nancy Banks from Columbia University visited CCBA along with 40 high school students who join this program from difference countries in the world.
07/06/2010 - The major characters, who would be playing a famous Cantonese Opera during this weekend, visited CCBA and President Jack Eng.
07/01/2010 - City Council Member Margaret Chin and officials from Governor's Island visited CCBA, and introduced the island to the Chinese American community.