Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
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January 2011

01/30/2011 - Many organizations held a memorial service for Mr. Szeto Wah, a famous politician of the pan-democracy camp of Hong Kong.
01/29/2011 - President Jack Eng attended a Flower Market activity held at Confucius Plaza.
01/29/2011 - CCBA and Baruch College VITA Program announced that the free taxation program would begin on February 12.
01/28/2011 - The new Director Eric Chou of TECO and Deputy Director Kao-Ming Lin of TECO Cultural Center visited CCBA.
01/28/2011 - President Jack Eng attended the 29 Anniversary Dinner of the Flushing Chinese Business Association.
01/27/2011 - 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.
01/26/2011 - President Jack Eng attended the senior citizens party hosted by the Chinese American Business Women's Association.

 

01/22/2011 - CCBA and other organizations held a dinner party to welcome Wu Chih-yang, the Mayor of Taoyuan County in Taiwan.

 

01/22/2011 - Community leaders welcomed the Mayor of Taoyuan County in Taiwan Wu Chih-yang's visit CCBA.
01/19/2011 - 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.
01/18/2011 - CCBA donated "Red Pocket" money ($200 each) to the senior centers around the City.
01/18/2011 - CCBA staff took an annual group picture to greet everyone a happy new year.
01/18/2011 - CCBA held a farewell dinner party for Director James Wei of TECO and Deputy Director of TECO Cultural Center Sue Liu.
01/15/2011 - A famous puppet show performance group performed at the CCBA Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Auditorium.
01/13/2011 - Eight new police officers of NYPD Fifth Precinct in Chinatown visited CCBA along with Commanding Office Inspector Gin Yee and Mr. Shuck Seid.
01/11/2011 - New York Downtown Hospital Chinese Community Partnership for Health and CCBA held a health seminar about stroke.
01/06/2011 - 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.
01/06/2011 - President Jack Eng attended the gala dinner of the Asian Community United Society in Brooklyn.
01/01/2011 - 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.