- Many organizations held a memorial service for Mr.
Szeto Wah, a famous politician of the pan-democracy camp of Hong Kong.
- President Jack Eng attended a Flower Market activity
held at Confucius Plaza.
CCBA and Baruch College VITA Program
announced that the free taxation program would begin on
- The new
Director Eric Chou of TECO and Deputy
Director Kao-Ming Lin of TECO Cultural Center visited CCBA.
Jack Eng attended the 29 Anniversary Dinner of the
Flushing Chinese Business Association.
- The Greater Chinatown Community Association and
AsianInNY.com held a press conference at CCBA, to
announce a Lunar New Year Party that will be hosted at
CCBA Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Auditorium on February 5.
President Jack Eng attended the senior citizens party
hosted by the Chinese American Business Women's Association.
CCBA and other organizations held a dinner party to
welcome Wu Chih-yang, the
Mayor of Taoyuan County in Taiwan.
Community leaders welcomed the Mayor of Taoyuan County
in Taiwan Wu Chih-yang's visit CCBA.
- CCBA and an organization in New Jersey held a press
conference, to announce memorial activities for the 80th
anniversary of the Mukden Incident, which indicated the start of Japanese Invasion in China in World War II.
CCBA donated "Red Pocket" money ($200 each) to
senior centers around the City.
- CCBA staff took an annual group picture to greet
everyone a happy new year.
held a farewell dinner party for Director James Wei of TECO and Deputy
Director of TECO Cultural Center Sue Liu.
- A famous puppet show performance group performed at
the CCBA Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Auditorium.
- Eight new police officers of NYPD Fifth Precinct in
Chinatown visited CCBA along with Commanding Office
Inspector Gin Yee and Mr. Shuck Seid.
- New York Downtown Hospital Chinese Community Partnership for Health
and CCBA held a health seminar about stroke.
- Beth Israel Hospital held a press conference at CCBA,
to announce its publication of "Asian Family Caregiver
Handbook" and "The New York City Asian Family Caregiver
Resource Directory". The 2 books are specifically
designed for Asian Americans. They will be
distributed to the public for free and they will be
available online in the future.
- President Jack Eng attended the gala dinner of the
Asian Community United Society in Brooklyn.
CCBA hosted the annual New Year and the government establishment celebration
for the 100th Anniversary of Republic of China.
Representing Chinese-Americans in Eastern United States
to celebration the anniversary, CCBA President Jack Eng
presented a calligraphy to R.O.C. President Ma Ying-jiao,
which was created by famous calligrapher artist Hsiu
Jung Jan. Ambassador Andrew Kao accepted the
calligraphy on behalf of President Ma.