NACA Board Member Li Zheng Selected Among Leadership Atlanta’s Class of 2014

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Connecting and inspiring leaders to strengthen metro-Atlanta’s communities, Leadership Atlanta (Atlanta Leadership Development Foundation, Inc.) is the oldest continuously running training program of its type in the country.  The 2014 Leadership Atlanta program enables its members to deepen their knowledge of critical community issues, challenge themselves and their own assumptions, refine their leadership skils, and…
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NACA Launches its 2013 Year-Long Mentoring Program for Young Asian-Americans

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NACA Chair Lani Wong delivered the opening remarks at the kick-off of NACA’s 2013 year-long Mentoring Program for young Asian-Americans in the Atlanta area.  Mentoring is not new to NACA as it initiated its first Mentorship Program for Asian-American college students in Georgia back in 2004 followed by a quarterly “Lunch and Learn” in 2005…
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NACA Celebrates the 2013 Chinese Lunar New Year

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NACA began Chinese Lunar New Year festivities by celebrating with friends and special guests at its annual fundraising banquet held at Canton House Restaurant on the evening of Saturday, February 2nd. The Honorable Alvin T. Wong (DeKalb County State Court Judge) returned this year as Master of Ceremonies, captivating guests with his wit and humor.…
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NACA President Featured in Georgia Asian Times

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NACA President, Steven Gu, was recently featured in Georgia Asian Times’ Executive Profile article entitled, “Promoting Understanding & Economic Relations With China.” To view the full article, click on the link below: Georgia Asian Times Executive Profile: Steven Gu
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NACA sponsored documentary film ‘Finding Kukan’

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The National Association of Chinese-Americans (NACA) sponsored Robin Lung, a Chinese-American filmmaker, for her documentary film “Finding Kukan”. The film, Kukan, subtitled “The Battle Cry of China”, was the first feature-length documentary film received Oscar recognition. Produced by Rey Scott, a Missouri-born journalist with no prior filming experiences and Li Ling-Ai, a Chinese-American female with…
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NACA Hosts China Business Series in GPC

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To understand the culture, economy and history of China, an event named “The China Business Series’ had been organized and co-hosted by NACA (National Association of Chinese American) in collaboration with Georgia Perimeter College at the latter’s Dunwoody Campus, between 4-6 PM on September 27th 2012. Admission to the event– that featured speakers like Dr.…
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NACA Attended the Woman of the Year Award Dinner

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Chief Justice Carol W. Hunstein of the Supreme Court of Georgia has been chosen as the 2012 Georgia Woman of the Year by the Georgia Commission on Women, the Georgia Women’s Institute and the Georgia Woman of the Year Committee, Inc. A reception and dinner was held in her honor on Aug. 23, 2012, at…
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NACA joined City of Altanta to receive Hangzhou Mayor Led delegation

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Hangzhou Delegation, led by its Mayor Shao Zhanwei, arrived in Atlanta on June 18. This is a reciprocal visit resulting from Atlanta Mayor Reed-led delegation visit to Hangzhou and other cities the last week of March 2012. Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed hosted a private dinner and reception for the Hangzhou delegation at Buckhead Club o,…
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Chinese City Lures Atlanta Giants

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When AGCO Corp. invests half a billion dollars in China over the next three years, most of it will go to the same city. Changzhou, China, an hour west of Shanghai by bullet train, is already the site of the tractor maker’s largest factory in the country, but the temporary facility opened with a $50…
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