Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Chinese Community Center, Inc
62 Mott Street, New York, NY 10013
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December 2012

12/21/2012 - During the last day FEMA setup Emergency Office at CCBA, Ms. Lai Shan Yee from FEMA presented appreciation certificates to all FEMA staff and community volunteers.
12/18/2012 - Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA) New York Chapter hosted a press conference at CCBA and provided the updates on the trail of causing the death of Private Danny Chen.
12/14/2012 - CCBA hosted a luncheon and presented appreciation certificates to all FEMA staff and community volunteers to thank their assistance at CCBA to help the affected people from Hurricane Sandy.
12/12/2012 - CCBA presented appreciation certificates to three FEMA staff during their last day working at CCBA to help the affected people from Hurricane Sandy.
12/01/2012 - President Paul Ng and other community leaders went to J.F.K. International Airport to welcome Ambassador Pu-tsung King, Chief Representative of the Republic of China to the United States during his stay in New York on his way to Washington D.C.
12/01/2012 - In order to recover Chinatown's businesses from the damage of Hurricane Sandy, CCBA and Chinese Chamber of Commerce hosted a Chinatown Revival Fair to attract tourists to Chinatown.