NACA Wins The 2012 Global Impact Award

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On April 24, 2012, NACA (National Association of Chinese-Americans) 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. Lani Wong, Chair of NACA, accepted the award on behalf of NACA and…
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NACA joined Atlanta Mayor led China trade mission

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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代表团中国行策划委员会的唯一亚裔社团,主席李秀兰女士,会长顾振华先生、及顾问余振鸿先生均为代表团此行的策划委员会成员。李秀兰女士,余振鸿先生随团参与了全程活动,在3月23日至31日之间访问了上海、南京、杭州、深圳等城市,并会见了各地的市长、政府机构及工商企业届代表。 NACA joined Atlanta Mayor led China trade mission to encourage foreign direct investment in metropolitan Atlanta and help small-to-medium sized local businesses identify and grow their export opportunities with the world’s second-largest economy. More than 20 Atlanta businesses from industries including civil engineering, commercial real estate, fiber optics, construction, private equity and architecture joined…
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NACA attended White House Business Council / Business Forward Meeting

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On February 28, 2012, Lani Wong, Chair of NACA, joined a more than 30 Atlanta business and civic leaders delegation led by Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed for a 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…
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2012 Chinese Lunar New Year Fundraising Banquet

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With the Year of the Dragon comes a year filled with hope for prosperity, happiness and success! This year’s Chinese New Year Fundraising Banquet marks the beginning of this hope. With almost 350 supporters who attended, generous sponsors and the help of a dedicated Board, NACA is happy to report another successful banquet with funds…
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U.S. Senate Passes Congressional Resolution of Regret for Chinese Exclusion Laws

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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. The resolution passed Thursday night, by unanimous consent, “cannot undo the hurt caused by past discrimination against Chinese immigrants, but it is important that we acknowledge the wrongs that…
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Celebrating its 105th Anniversary, Chinese Yueju Opera Showcases in Atlanta

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NACA, among other local Chinese organizations such as the Zhejiang Association of Atlanta, supported a Yueju Opera show that took place here in Atlanta on September 17th. Ranked second after Peking Opera, Yueju Opera is the second most popular form of Chinese opera. Originating in Zhejiang Province, Yueju Opera is widespread and popular across China…
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NACA Sponsors Asian American Legal Advocacy Center, Inc.’s Inaugural Community Champions Banquet

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The Asian American Legal Advocacy Center (AALAC) hosted its first Community Champions Banquet on the evening of September 16th and raised $23,000. As Georgia’s first non-profit law center, the AALAC is dedicated to promoting the civil, social and economic rights of Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Asian-ethnic refugees in Georgia and the Southeast. The banquet…
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Beijing Wushu Troupe Demonstrate Traditional and Modern Martial Arts

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The Association of Chinese Professionals hosted a Martial Arts troupe from Beijing on the evening of August 19th. The troupe, consisting of some of the best Wushu athletes from China, have won national and world title in the past ten years. Some of the demonstrations featured during the evening included Chang Quan (fist-boxing), Nan Quan,…
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