NACA Chair and Immediate Past President Named Among Georgia Asian Times' 25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia for 2013
NACA congratulates its Chair, Lani Wong, and Immediate Past President and current Board member, Steven Gu, for being named among Georgia Asian Times’ 25 Most Influential Asian American Leaders for 2013.
NACA, CBAA, and ACP Welcomes Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. Cui Tiankai A banquet honoring a visiting delegation headed by His Excellency Mr. Cui Tiankai, Chinese Ambassador to the United States, was hosted by NACA and other Atlanta-area Chinese organizations on July 13th.
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Members and guests gathered together for NACA's Annual Election Meeting with the election of its 2013-2014 Board of Directors and special presentations made during the luncheon which took place on Saturday, June 8th.
NACA Mentoring Program Presents Group Session: "Network to Succeed" Part of the NACA Mentoring Program, a group session regarding the importance and various approaches to networking for success was hosted on May 22nd with a panel of experts presenting on the subject of professional and social networking.
NACA Board Member Li Zheng Selected Among Leadership Atlanta's Class of 2014
Celebrating more than 40 years of developing leaders, Leadership Atlanta has selected its 2014 class with 80 established leaders chosen to represent a broad cross-section of metro-Atlanta. NACA congratulates one of its own, Board Member Li Zheng, for being among the Leadership Atlanta Class of 2014 roster.
NACA Launches its 2013 Year-Long Mentoring Program for Young Asian-Americans
Striving to “build leaders,” the National Association of Chinese-Americans is committed to helping Asian-Americans succeed in their careers and accelerate their professional growth in Corporate America, firms, government agencies, and community organizations. With this goal in mind, NACA formally launched its mentoring program in 2013 to help young Asian-American professionals acquire essential skills, build social networks and integrate into mainstream American culture as they launch their professional careers in the U.S. A year-long initiative, this program includes one-on-one mentoring sessions, group sessions, and periodic networking sessions for both mentors and mentees. Each mentee is paired with a carefully selected mentor. Mentors generally consist of middle to senior level managers, executives or leaders from major corporations and firms with diverse disciplines including marketing, banking, finance, project management, product development, and general management.
NACA celebrated the onset of the Year of the Snake by holding its annual fundraiser dinner on the evening of Saturday, February 2nd with members, friends, and special guests who celebrated the incoming of a new and prosperous year and to share in the announcement of NACA's continued role in benefitting communities by way of introducing to its guests, NACA's 2013 Mentoring Program and presenting contributions to three local community groups.
NACA sponsored documentary film 'Finding Kukan' NACA sponsored Robin Lung, a Chinese-American filmmaker, for her documentary film “Finding 'Kukan'”. The film subtitled, “The Battle Cry of China”, was the first feature-length documentary film that received Oscar recognition in 1942. Produced by Rey Scott, a Missouri-born journalist with no prior filming experiences and Li Ling-Ai, a Chinese-American female with no prior acting experiences, the movie received Academy Award for its "extraordinary achievement in producing ‘Kukan,’ the film recording of China’s struggle, including its photography with a 16mm camera under the most difficult and dangerous conditions.”全美华人协会（NACA）赞助了华裔美国电影制片人Robin Lung题为“寻找‘苦干’”的记录片拍摄。“苦干 –中国的战斗号角”拍摄于1941年，为史上第一部获得奥斯卡奖的纪录片。华裔女子李英爱和记者斯科特在没有得到美国政府的任何财力资助的情况下，进入战火漫天的中国，用一只16厘米的摄像机完成这部彩色记录片,描述了中国人民在第二次世界大战中的苦难以及勇敢抗击日本侵略的斗争。
NACA organized and co-hosted "China Business Series" to help student, faculty members and the community understand the culture, economy and history of China. 全美华人协会举办中国商务系列讲座，定期帮助学生及社区介绍中国最新经济动态。演讲者包括经常往返于中美两国之间的企业家，银行家，五百强高管，及投资管理咨询方面的专家。
NACA ATTENDED THE WOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD DINNER NACA Attended the 2012 Georgia Woman of the Year award event, which recognizes outstanding women for their accomplishments and contributions to society and the lives of other women. Proceeds from the event will go toward college scholarships for five women, based on academic excellence, leadership, career objectives and need. This is the second time NACA participated as one of the scholarship sponsors. 全美华人协会出席“2012乔治亚州年度女性人物”颁奖晚宴,晚宴募集的款项将用作五位女大学生的奖学金，其遴选标准是学习优秀，有领导力，有清晰的职业目标，以及确有需要。这是全美华人协会第二次作为奖学金赞助者参与此活动。2011年，乔治亚理工大学女性一名亚裔博士为该奖学金获得者之一。
We also thank the following NACA friends for their generous donations:
Southwest Airlines Atlanta Marriott Marquis Renaissance New Orleans Arts Hotel Aqua Bistro Atlanta Hawks Canton House Restaurant Crown Import LLC Ms. Ethel Mar General Wholesale Home Depot Huawei ING Jeffry M Smith, Esq. Ms. Maggie Mers Oriental Pearl Sea Food Restaurant Northlake Thai Cuisine