NACA Board Members recognized as "25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia"
Lani Wong, NACA Chair, and Henry Yu, Chair of NACA Board of Advisors were recognized as the "25 Most Influential Asian Americans in Georgia". 全美华人协会主席李秀兰女士，及全美华人协会顾问委员会主席余震鸿先生，被评为2012年“25位乔治亚州最具影响力的亚裔美国人”
NACA joined City of Altanta to receive Hangzhou Mayor Led delegation NACA joined City of Altanta to receive Hangzhou Mayor Led delegation. This is a reciprocal visit resulting from Atlanta Mayor Reed-led delegation visit to Hangzhou and other cities in March 2012 全美华人协会与亚特兰大里德市长及市政厅共同欢迎杭州市长代表团一行访问亚特兰大。杭州市长代表团的此次访问是对里德市长5月访问杭州市的回访。
NACA received “2012 Global Impact Award” from the Metro Atlanta Chamber at the Hotel InterContinental Buckhead. The awards honor international businesses that have made an outstanding impact on metro Atlanta’s global economy and community.全美华人协会（NACA）凭借其三十四年来为促进中美商贸、文化、教育交流与发展所作出的卓越贡献，荣获亚特兰大商会2012年度“最具全球影响力奖”
NACA joined Atlanta Mayor led China trade mission to encourage FDI in metro Atlanta and help small-to-medium sized local businesses identify and grow their export. 全美华人协会陪同亚特兰大市梅杰-里德市长，带领了由亚特兰大商会及亚特兰大投资和经济发展委员会为首的52人经贸代表团访问中国。全美华人协会为此次亚特兰大市代表团中国行策划委员会及随行的唯一亚裔社团。
NACA attended White House Business Council / Business Forward Meeting NACA was invited to attend White House Business Council/Business Forward meeting in Washington, D.C., to discuss initiatives around spurring job creation and economic growth with officials in the administration of President Barack Obama 全美华人协会应邀赴白宫参加经济发展讨论会
U.S. Senate Passes Congressional Resolution of Regret for Chinese Exclusion Laws The U.S. Senate has approved a resolution apologizing for the nation's past discriminatory laws that targeted Chinese immigrants, such as the Chinese-Exclusion Act of 1882.
Dr. John Jung Presents: A Case Study of History of Chinese Immigration to the U.S. in the 1920s
Emory University's Halle Institute presents a lecture by Dr. John Jung, Professor Emeritus of Psychology of California State University, on the history and struggles of Chinese-Americans during the early 1900s to mid-20th century.
NACA Sponsors Asian American Legal Advocacy Center, Inc.'s Inaugural Community Champions Banquet NACA Board Members attend the Asian American Legal Advocacy Center's first Community Champions Banquet, joining over 300 community members celebrating the organizations's first year anniversary as Georgia's first non-profit law center.
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