Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association
Chinese Community Center, Inc
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April 2016

04/25/2016 - President Jerry Shiao and community leaders attended the Community Awards Ceremony hosted by the Museum of Chinese in America.  CCBA former President Eric Ng was honored during the event.
04/22/2016 - Various government agencies and elected officials held a "Hate Crime" seminar at CCBA.
04/21/2016 - Yuh-Line Niou, who was running for New York State 65th Assembly District, visited CCBA and President Jerry Shiao to thank for the community's support during her campaign.
04/15/2016 - President Jerry Shiao and other community leaders visited different CCBA cemeteries during the Ching Ming Festival.
04/08/2016 - The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office hosted a dinner in Chinatown to meet the new board members of CCBA.
04/02/2016 - Professor Chu Hong-Yuan from National Taiwan University and Mr. Lo Chih-chiang, former spokesperson and Deputy Secretary-General of the ROC Presidential Office, visited CCBA.