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

08/26/2010 - Chief Philip Banks III, who is the chief of NYPD Community Affair Bureau, visited CCBA and  communicated with the community leaders in the Chinese-American community in New York.
08/25/2010 - The Greater Chinatown Community Association held a press conference at CCBA and announced it 38th Anniversary and Mid-Autumn Festival Fund Raising Dinner on September 16.
08/25/2010 - The Manhattan District Attorney Office held a press conference at CCBA.
08/23/2010 - Bruce Blakeman, who is running for U.S. Senate representing New York State, visited CCBA and introduced himself to the Chinese American voters.
08/18/2010 - President Jack Eng attended the 17th Anniversary Fund Raising Dinner of New York Downtown Hospital Chinese Community Partnership for Health Program.
08/17/2010 - Eric Schneiderman, who is running for New York State Attorney General, visited CCBA and introduced himself to the Chinese American voters.
08/15/2010 - Hosted by Chinatown Youth Initiatives and sponsored by the CCBA, volunteers performed the Eighth Chinatown Beautification Day.
08/14/2010 - President attended the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Taiwan Tourism and Culture Festival.

 

08/12/2010 - Six students from Taiwan visited CCBA to learned about the history of oversea Chinese Americans and how the oversea Chinese community supports the Republic of China government.
08/11/2010 - The Chinatown Youth Initiative hosted a press conference at CCBA, to announce details of the Eighth Chinatown Beautification Day.
08/08/2010 - President Jack Eng attended the "Chinatown Family Health Day" hosted by the Confucius Plaza and Greater Chinatown Community Association.
08/05/2010 - The Chinese American Voters Federation borrowed the newest voting machine from the New York City Board of Election, and demonstrated it at Confucius Plaza.
08/05/2010 - Michael Chan, who is running for New York State 75th Assembly District, visited CCBA and introduced himself to the Chinese American voters.
08/04/2010 - President Jack Eng attended the "Chinatown Good Health Day" hosted by the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center.
08/03/2010 - NYPD Fifth Precinct hosted the annual National Night Out Against Crime event at Columbus Park, and presented a appreciation certificate to CCBA.
08/03/2010 - Since there were two separate Chinese immigrants suicide cases occurred in Chinatown within a week, New York City Council Member Margaret Chin held a forum at CCBA.  Representatives from many social and health organizations attended and discussed on this issue.
08/02/2010 - CCBA held the first "Double Ten" Preparation meeting, to discuss the details of this year's Double Ten parade and events.
08/01/2010 - The Hoy Sun Ning Yung Association held the installation ceremony of its president and officers.  Mr. Woon Sheung Chan was installed as the new President of the Hoy Sun Ning Yung Association.