美国华人全国委员会新闻发布稿

新闻发布时间: 2010412

新闻稿编号:NCCA-2010-02

新闻联系人:薛海培, 陈自强, 赵柏松, 李鲁远, 朱峰, 潘函, 韩清源

联系人电话:210-209-9985Fax: 210-209-9986

联系电子邮箱:  contact@myNCCA.orgwww.myNCCA.org

NCCA致国会诉求书(Petition in English) 全文:  http://www.myNCCA.org/news

美国华人全国委员会呼吁全美华人华侨社团及各界人士行动起来

参加网上签名,联手游说国会

要求联邦政府就《排华法案》向美国华人道歉

并将该法案废除之日12月17日命名为美国“民族包容大同日”

今年五月八日將是臭名昭著《排华法案》(1882-1943)出笼一百三十周年紀念日。是日, 美国华人全国委员会 (NCCA) 将与其他一些美国华人华侨社团组织一道,亲赴白宫与国会,呈递一份“美国华人致国会诉求书”,要求联邦政府正视历史, 就《排华法案》向美国华人正式道歉,并倡议将十二月十七日 — 《排华法案》取缔日, 命名为美国“民族包容大同日”。这份具有所有签名的诉求书原稿最终将被存放在“美国华人历史博物馆“永久收藏,成为美国华人历史的一部分。美国华人全国委员会呼吁全美华人华侨社团及各界人士行动起来,踊跃参加网上签名,联手游说国会,促成这一诉求成为提案, 并在国会顺利通过。(http://myncca.org/sign_petition )。

回顾历史,我们的心情特别沉重:自1848年起,大规模移民美国的华人对美国(特别是美国西部)的开发和建设做出了巨大贡献: 华人劳工是修建美国跨州铁路(the Trans-Continental Railroad) 西部路段的主力, 华人劳工对美国西部的开发并转变为农业产地, 以及美国内战后的“工业革命”起到了巨大作用(据一项1860年间美国海运记载,美国华人同乡会仅一次运回中国的“死亡劳工返乡归宗”的白骨就达俩万磅之巨,代表数千华人劳工的身躯!). 但是, 美国主流社会对华人移民的贡献经常视而不见, 从美国历史上一笔抹去。更为严重的是,联邦政府及许多州政府针对单一华人种族,先后制定了一系列赤裸裸的种族歧视法案,如加州1862年的《排华法案反对苦力法案》,联邦1882年出炉的《排华法案》,及随后长达六十余年的数度<排华法案>的修正案,对近四十万华人移民实施了一整套的歧视、 侵扰、和掠夺: 《排华法案》不允许华人在美国拥有房地产、不允许华人与白人通婚、禁止华人妻子儿女移民美国、禁止华人在政府就职、不允许华人同白人在法院对薄公堂,等等。《排华法案》剥夺了在美华人的基本人权, 包括美国及西方其它国家法律所保障的基本人权法规(如, Habeas Corpus), 以及美国宪章(the US 14th Amend) 关于 “生于美国,天赋为美国公民” 的人权法律 (如例案 the U.S. v Wong Kim Ark 王金堂)。《排华法案》施行了六十多年, 一直延续到1943年12月 17日才被废止,而联邦政府的种族歧视政策一直延续到二十世纪中叶黑人牧师马丁-路德.金领导的“民权运动”的胜利而告终。二战后,包括华裔在内的美国人民也在对历史上的丑恶事件进行自省。1988年,美国联邦政府就其“二战集中营”政策向日裔移民道歉,并对受害人及家口作出每人两万美元的赔偿;1993年,联邦政府就其“非法侵占夏威夷国”向夏岛人民道歉; 2009年联邦政府 就其非人的奴隶政策及其对土著印地安人民的强暴及掠夺,先后分别向非洲裔美国人及美国土著印地安人民正式道歉。 国际上,新西兰政府于2002年就其长久的歧视华人政策向华人正式道歉; 2006年,加拿大政府就其排华政策及向华人征“人头税”的丑恶历史向加国华人 正式道歉并作每人两万加币的赔偿。今年7月加州议员方文忠(Paul Fong)先生及同僚成功地在加州的参众两院通过了加州政府向华裔移民的道歉案。任何公正人士均可看出:加州排华的历史只是美国联邦政府“种族主义政策的”一个历史缩影。联邦政府有责无旁贷的责任和义务就《排华法案》向全体美国华人正式道歉。

鉴于此, 美国华人全国委员会要求美国联邦政府就其长达六十余年的《排华法案》向美国华人正式道歉。(http://myncca.org/sign_petition) 美国华人全国委员会认为, 我们的以上要求和建议对于美国社会根除“种族主义”的祸端、进一步走向公正、及维持美国长久性的繁荣颇有意义。尤其在“经济低迷”的今天,“种族主义”又常被政客搬出来害人,少数民族的权益颇受侵扰及伤害。当今美国人口仅站世界人口的百分之四, 但其拥有世界上主要的资源及经济市场,从长久的意义上讲,美国持续性的发展和繁荣以及“手执牛耳”的统治地位,将取决于美国是否推行一套公正明雍的民族政策, 特别是一套具包容性、具忍耐精神移民政策。美国华裔无论来自何处,持有何种政治见解,都会是这项诉求和立法的受益人,都应该会赞同在美国传播中文和中华文化。华人社区应该积极支持此诉求、立法活动,同美国华人全国委员会一道,游说国会议员投赞同票。从诉求到提案、从提案到立法, 还有很多工作 要做。 为了取得胜利,美国华人全国委员会在该组织的网站 www.myNCCA.org 以电子签名方式征集支持者,希望收集到尽可能多的公众签名,以展示美国华人 对此诉求及立法活动的强烈支持。 美国华人全国委员会号召大家有针对性地给自己的国会议员写信或发送电邮,督促他们为该诉求、提案、立法投赞成票。 (样板信可参阅:www.myNCCA.org/news)

美国华人全国委员会(www.myNCCA.org)美国华人全国委员会是一个非政治性、非盈利性NGO组织。其宗旨是为所有美国华人华侨服务;促进和保障华人华侨的政治权益、社会福利和经济利益;认同、保护、弘扬和传承中华文化和精神遗产以及人文价值;增进与美国所有人民之间的了解和友谊,尊从民主原则,并致力于世界和平;为加强中美两国之间在教育、文化、科技等方面的民间交流,起到桥梁和纽带作用。我们欢迎有意参与相关工作的各界人士加入我们的行列。

亲爱的同胞们,顺应天意,不忘历史,不负使命,弘扬中华文化,保护华人切身利益,造福子孙后代是我们义不容辞的责任。请您访问我们的互联网站(http://myncca.org/sign_petition), 使用我们为您准备的电子签名设备在这封诉求信上签名。 让我们一起争取从您所在州的国会议员那里得到一张诉求、提案、立法的赞成票。让我们一起给我们的后代,给全体美国人的后代,在美国留下一笔地久天长的、无价的文化宝藏。 (ZQC/dft)

请签名! (http://myNCCA.org/sign_petition)  请支持! (http://myncca.org/donation)

薛海培  President   陈自强 Vice President,      赵柏松 Executive Chairman

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NCCA Petition Letter to the U.S. Congress House & Senate

Dear Mr. President Obama, Ms. Speaker Pelosi, Mr.Senate President  Biden and Mr. Senate President Pro Tempore Byrd:

December 17 of this year marks the 67th anniversary of the U.S. Congress’ repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act (1882-1943), a discriminatory law that had banned Chinese immigration, excluded Chinese Americans from broad civil liberty, and shut down our community growth in the U.S. for more than 60 years.  Even today, although with all of its constituent sections repealed, Chapter 7 of Title 8 of the U.S. Code is still headed, “Exclusion of Chinese.”  It was racially prejudiced for the Federal government to completely focus on and against a specific nationality or ethnic group.  The National Council of Chinese Americans (NCCA) (www.myNCCA.org) and people (not just Chinese Americans) in our community strongly urge you to introduce and/or co-sponsor congressional legislation to apologize to Chinese American people for the Chinese Exclusion Act and, more importantly, to establish the day of December 17 as the “National Day of Inclusion,” to promote diversity, tolerance, and forward-thinking.

In recent years, there has been a wave of official apologies in the U.S. and around the world: the U.S. Congress has made apologies to Japanese Americans with $1.6 billion reparation for the WWII Japanese Internment, to Hawaiian Americans for the “illegal overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1893,” to African Americans for injustice, cruelty, and the inhumanity of slavery and Jim Crow, and to native Americans for historic violence, brutality and injustices.  The Canadian government expressed apologies to Chinese Canadians for imposing unequal taxes on them; Australia apologized to its Aborigines and Chinese Australians for racist laws of the past.   Americans, Chinese Americans included, begin to contemplate with “the question of a citizen”: Is a congressional apology to Chinese Americans unnecessary or not enough?

Our study indicates that the majority of Chinese Americans and many other American people consider such an apology necessary. The reason is that under God, a civil and humane society, such as the U.S., has the duty to recognize its fundamental injustices of the past and address them and/or their consequences today, and to discourage the occurrence of similar injustices in the U.S., and furthermore, to make more credible and sincere any declaration of concern by the U.S. over violations of human rights committed by other nations.  

A congressional apology to Chinese American people for the Chinese Exclusion Act will mark the official recognition of Chinese Americans’ historic contribution to the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, the transformation of the Civil War-era West Frontier into agricultural land, the post-Civil War’s Industrialization, and America’s full-spectrum nation-building ever since.  The National Council of Chinese Americans and many people in our communities have come to the conclusion that our nation needs to move beyond apologies.  We need to establish the day of December 17, the date that the Chinese Exclusion Actwas repealed, as the National Day of Inclusion,” so that all Americans can join hands in respect and reconciliation with each other and build an even more spectacular America!

Examining world history, one can see that every world power must harness the energy of pluralism and tolerance, and attract the talents that are excluded in other societies around the world.  Sobering examples of intolerance and exclusion are Nazi Germany and imperial Japan: however powerful and technically advanced they were, both systems failed to attain and retain super-power status as a direct result of racial, religious and social intolerance.  It is obvious that America’s success has been, and will continue to be, reliant upon America’s unsurpassed ability to attract immigrants, partially through the political framework outlined by Thomas Paine’s notion of “Independence and Democracy” and Woodrow Wilson’s concept of “the League of Nations.”  This is especially true today in the post-9.11 era:  to avoid reaching the so-called “tipping point” of decline, America must embrace inclusion and innovation at a scale that is grander than ever before. This is an historic calling.

The National Council of Chinese Americans and others in our community are looking forward to working with you on the congressional legislation. We have faith in your kindness, wisdom and vision. Thank you very much.

All our best regards,

Truly yours,

Haipei Shue, President;Zach Chen, Vice President
Charlie Zhao, Executive Chairman;Luyuan Li, Chairman of Board of Directors
David Wu, Chairman of Board of Advisors;Xiaolin Wang, Chairman of Board of Trustees

National Council of Chinese Americans (www.myNCCA.org)
ZQC: drf

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NCCA Petition Letter to the U.S. Congress House & Senate

Dear Mr. President Obama, Ms. Speaker Pelosi, Mr.Senate President  Biden and Mr. Senate President Pro Tempore Byrd:

December 17 of this year marks the 67th anniversary of the U.S. Congress’ repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act (1882-1943), a discriminatory law that had banned Chinese immigration, excluded Chinese Americans from broad civil liberty, and shut down our community growth in the U.S. for more than 60 years.  Even today, although with all of its constituent sections repealed, Chapter 7 of Title 8 of the U.S. Code is still headed, “Exclusion of Chinese.”  It was racially prejudiced for the Federal government to completely focus on and against a specific nationality or ethnic group.  The National Council of Chinese Americans (NCCA) (www.myNCCA.org) and people (not just Chinese Americans) in our community strongly urge you to introduce and/or co-sponsor congressional legislation to apologize to Chinese American people for theChinese Exclusion Act and, more importantly, to establish the day of December 17 as the “National Day of Inclusion,” to promote diversity, tolerance, and forward-thinking.

In recent years, there has been a wave of official apologies in the U.S. and around the world: the U.S. Congress has made apologies to Japanese Americans with $1.6 billion reparation for the WWII Japanese Internment, to Hawaiian Americans for the “illegal overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1893,” to African Americans for injustice, cruelty, and the inhumanity of slavery and Jim Crow, and to native Americans for historic violence, brutality and injustices.  The Canadian government expressed apologies to Chinese Canadians for imposing unequal taxes on them; Australia apologized to its Aborigines and Chinese Australians for racist laws of the past.   Americans, Chinese Americans included, begin to contemplate with “the question of a citizen”: Is a congressional apology to Chinese Americans unnecessary or not enough?

Our study indicates that the majority of Chinese Americans and many other American people consider such an apology necessary. The reason is that under God, a civil and humane society, such as the U.S., has the duty to recognize its fundamental injustices of the past and address them and/or their consequences today, and to discourage the occurrence of similar injustices in the U.S., and furthermore, to make more credible and sincere any declaration of concern by the U.S. over violations of human rights committed by other nations.  

A congressional apology to Chinese American people for the Chinese Exclusion Act will mark the official recognition of Chinese Americans’ historic contribution to the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, the transformation of the Civil War-era West Frontier into agricultural land, the post-Civil War’s Industrialization, and America’s full-spectrum nation-building ever since.  The National Council of Chinese Americans and many people in our communities have come to the conclusion that our nation needs to move beyond apologies.  We need to establish the day of December 17, the date that theChinese Exclusion Act was repealed, as the National Day of Inclusion,” so that all Americans can join hands in respect and reconciliation with each other and build an even more spectacular America!

Examining world history, one can see that every world power must harness the energy of pluralism and tolerance, and attract the talents that are excluded in other societies around the world.  Sobering examples of intolerance and exclusion are Nazi Germany and imperial Japan: however powerful and technically advanced they were, both systems failed to attain and retain super-power status as a direct result of racial, religious and social intolerance.  It is obvious that America’s success has been, and will continue to be, reliant upon America’s unsurpassed ability to attract immigrants, partially through the political framework outlined by Thomas Paine’s notion of “Independence and Democracy” and Woodrow Wilson’s concept of “the League of Nations.”  This is especially true today in the post-9.11 era:  to avoid reaching the so-called “tipping point” of decline, America must embrace inclusion and innovation at a scale that is grander than ever before. This is an historic calling.

The National Council of Chinese Americans and others in our community are looking forward to working with you on the congressional legislation. We have faith in your kindness, wisdom and vision. Thank you very much.

All our best regards,

Truly yours,

Haipei Shue, President;Zach Chen, Vice President

National Council of Chinese Americans

Following organizations have co-signed the petition on May 25, 2010.

80-20 Initiative
Dr. S.B. Woo, Executive Director

Nianfa Tang, President
Shan-Wen Yan, Vice President
Chinese School Association in the United States

Mr.  Deng Long, President
US-China Chamber of Commerce

Mr. Chester Chong, President
Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles

Dr. Ping  He, Ph.D. , President,
International Fund for China’s Environment

Mr. Howard Li, President
U.S. Chinese Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Jason Ma, Ph.D., Chairman and Dr. Lin Xu, President
Ohio Chinese Culture Line, Inc.

Meng Zhang, President
Yellow River Drama

Dr. Jianwei Wang, Ph.D., Professor
Recipient of MacArthur Grant
University of Wisconsin

Mr. Steven Zhu, Executive Vice President
Greater Philadelphia Chinese Restaurant Association
Chief Operating Officer of New Wave Resources, Inc.
Secretary General of Greater Philadelphia Fujian Association
Commissioner, Mayor Commissioner of Asian American Affair

Ms. Julie Wong, President
Asian Chamber of Commerce (PA)

Mr. James Mu, President
Association of Philadelphia Chinese Computer Professionals

Dr. Luyuan Li, Ph.D., Professor
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine & Nankai University

Mr. Howard Pan, President
Schnadig International Corp,

Dr. Ji Su, Ph.D., President
Peninsula Chinese American Association
Co-Chair of Hampton Road Chinese School Association

Dr. Dengke Xu, Ph.D., President
Ohio Zhejiang Union

Ms. Cathy Kimball,  Owner/Editor-in-chief
ChinaStar (Chinese Newspaper)

Ms. Anne Martin-Montgomery, Founder
Chinese For Families, Inc.

Dr.  Guangming Zhong, MD, PhD, President
San Antonio Chinese Alliance

Dr. Xibo Fan, PhD, President
Ohio Union of Alumni Associations from Universities in China

Mr. Joseph Lam, General Secretary
Great Philadelphia Oversea Chinese Association

Ms. Maple Chen, Premier
Mr. Tangde Wong and Mr. Lau An, Chairpersons,
HipSing Association Of America

Mr. Chi Wan Lui, President
Philadelphia HoShan Family Association

Mr. Tony Cheng, President
China’s Peaceful Reunification Association of PA

Dr. Xinshi Harrison Tu, Ph.D.
Chinese Language Association of Secondary-Elementary Schools

Dr. Dou Alvin Zhang, MD & Ph.D. President
Chinese American Doctors Association

Xixi Yang, Miss. China, TV Host, Multi-Media Entrepreneur, xixiyang.com

Jenny Zhong, Central Virginia Chinese School (Richmond)

Dr. Ying Fang, Ph.D., President
Chinese American Association of Cincinnati

Dr. Li Sun, Ph,D., Chairman
Greater Cincinnati Chinse Chamnber of Commerce

Mr. Yunfei Xiao, Executive Chairman, China America Friendship Association in New York

Dr. Wei Zhao, PhD, Principal
Central Virginia Chinese School-West End

Simon Liu, Chairman
Fujian Fraternal Association of Pennsylvania

Ms. Vicki Chen                                 Asian Voters (New Jersey)

Shang Dong Association of North America

Mr. Ruzhao Cheng
Chinese American Business Association of Minnesota

China Tribune News paper

Mr. Jicheng Yao, President
Global Artists League

Mr. Naiyi Zhao, President
Tang School Peking Opera Association
Tel: 646-339-1688

Mr. Wenzhang Zhai
North America Chinese Caligraphers’ Association;

Mrs. Anh Lam, President
Philadelphia Asian Community Center
1108 S. 5th Street, 2nd FL
Philadelphia, 19147

Mr. Bihong Guan, Publisher
US Chinese Business Newspaper
1611 Bridge Street, Philadelphia, PA

Mr. Leo Fox, President
Huaguang Arts Center, Philadelphia
1420 Walnut Street, Suite 1301, Philadelphia, PA19102

Zhejiang University Alumni Association Houston
Gong Jianping

Dalian University of Technology Alumni Association
Gu Zhihao, Wang Sheng (Sam), Liu Xiao

NanKai (Tianjin) University Alumni Association in Houston
Wang Yong (Victor), Zhu Xiangcai

Austin Chinese Professional Society
Yan Nan

Xiamen University Alumni Association
Fen Wang

Texas Medical Center/Baylor College of Medicine Chinese Students and Scholars Association
Huang Qian, Hu Guang

Mr. Jicheng Yao, President,                                 Global Artists League

Mr. Naiyi Zhao, President, Tang School Peking Opera Association,

Mr. Wenzhang Zhai,                                            North America Chinese Caligraphers’ Association

Mrs. Anh Lam, President                                     Philadelphia Asian Community Center

Mr. Bihong Guan, Publisher,                               US Chinese Business Newspaper (PA)

Mr. Leo Fox, President                                        Huaguang Arts Center, Philadelphia (PA)

Asian American Voters (New Jersey)
Vicki Chen, president

New York Association for Peaceful Unification of China
Chuenhsiung Hua, president

Maryland-India Business Round Table
Rajan Nata, president

Organization of Chinese Americans (OCA) DC
Stan Tsai, president

Education Association for China Tomorrow
John Wang president

Fujian Association of the United States
Rongfa Chen, president

* Virginia Muslim Political Action Committee (VMPAC)
Mukit Hossain, president

Guangdong Resident Association of Greater Washington DC
He Huang, Ph. D, president

American Chinese School (Greater DC)
Yaohui Wang, M.D. President
He Huang Ph. D Chairman

Chongqing Hometown Association
Xiaopo Zhu, president

National Federation of Filipino American Association
(NAFFAA)
Jon Melegrito, president

World Today International Group
Jie Ping Huang, president

* Legal Immigrant Association
Adam Zhang, president
Robert Sun, chairman

A & C Business News
Neil Huang, editor-in-chief

Virginia Muslim Political Action Committee (VMPAC)
Mukit Hossain, president

Guangdong Resident Association of Greater Washington DC
He Huang, Ph. D, president

American Chinese School (Greater DC)
Yaohui Wang, M.D. President
He Huang Ph. D Chairman

Chongqing Hometown Association
Xiaopo Zhu, president

OCA-Philadelphia
Jason Yu, President

Mr. Wai Keung NG, President
International Lions Club of Philadelphia

Mr. Hai Tuan Ngo, President
Greater Philadelphia United Chinese American Charmber of Commerce

Mr. Charles Chen, President
Chinese Society of San Antonio

Dr. Gang Cao, Ph.D., Professor, Director
Center for Advanced Materials, University of Kentucky

Mr. Jay Sun, President
Association of Northeastern Chinese in the US (DC)

Mr. Han Pan, Chief Senior Adviser
Greater Philadelphia United Chinese Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Li Sun, Ph.D., Chairman
Chinese American Business Professional Association

Shau Zavon, President
Ohio Chinese American Chamber of Commerce

Mr. Jerry Jin, Ph.D., President
Greater San Antonio Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

Mr. Simon X.S. Liu, President
Asian American Senior Association of Pennsylvania

Dr. Jack Z Hu, Ph.D., President
Taney Academy of Sciences,

Mr. Ping Leung Cheung, Senior Adviser
Mr. Serial Adviser / Honor Chairman
CBA Association

Dr. Swallow Yan, Ph.D., Executive Director
Chinese Association of Iowa

Ms. Mei Qing Ren, President
Greater Philadelphia Fujian Association

Mr. Danny Lau, President
Greater Philadelphia Chinese Restaurant Associate

Dr. Qingyuan Han, Ph.D.
Director, NCCA Education,

Mr. Chi Wan Lui, President
Philadelphia HoShan Family Association

Mr. Lee Hopa, Chairman
Lees Association

Mr. Jimmy Wong, President
Philadelphia Fujian Associate USA

Dr. Gary Wang, Ph.D., President
Chinese Music Ensemble (San Antonio)

Mr. Hung Sang Leung, President
Tong On Association

Mr. Cheng Zi Ai, President
American Hoyu Association

Dr. Philip Chen, Ph.D,  Director
NCCA Science & Technology

Mr. Lin Wuu, President
Great Philadelphia China Peaceful Unification Association

Mr. Tangde Wong, Chairman
Fujian Dashe Friendship Association

Dr. Fengqiang Liu, President
Chinese Association of Hometown Shandong (DC)

Mr. Jianzeng Hu, President
Chinese American Association of Henan Province

Chaoyu Liu, Ph.D. Co-Chairman
Ji Su, Ph.D. Co-Chairman
Eastern Virginia Chinese School Association

Hongbin Shao, President, Peninsula Chinese American Association

Qiuli Sun, Ph.D.,  Principal
Ying Zhang  M.S. Vice Principal
Tidewater Chinese School

Mr. Ronghua Chen, President
United Associations of Fujian fellows

Mr. Sihe Chen, President
Associations of Fujian fellows (DC)

Jiuwang Li, Principal
Ying Zhang,Vice Principal
Tidewater Chinese School

Chairman:  Kevin Zhang
Principal:   Wei Guo
PTA President:  Min Zhu
Howard County Chinese School

John Wang, Director
Education Association for China Tomorrow

Fenghua Academy, Chicago, IL
Principal:  Ron Li, Ph.D.

Davis NewStar Chinese School, Davis, CA
Principal: Ning Wan

Durham Chinese School, Durham, NC
Principal: Xiaoping Johnson, Ph.D.

Long Island School of Chinese, New York, NY
Principal:  Mr. Lihong Cheng

Dongfang Chinese School, Chicago, IL
Principal: Nancy Xie
Chairman: Jie Chen

Qingyuan Han, Ph.D. President
Guangming Zhou, Ph.D. Chairman
Huaxing Language & Culture Center, Columbia, MD

UACA, United Association of Chinese Alumni in Houston
Mao Juanjuan, Chen Yanfei

Jiaotong University Alumni Association in Houston
Tang Xinming (Steven)

Bei Jing University Alumni Association in Houston
Yang Yiming

Hsinghua University Alumni Association in Houston
Mao Juanjun, Lu Kun

Chinese Science & Tech College Alumni Association in Houston
Zhao Yuan, Huan Xiaojun

The Association of Wuhan University Houston Area Alumni
Zhou Zhijian (Joe), Deng Yuanjian (Jack)

Rice Chinese Students & Scholars Club,
Cheng Gang, Tao Ping

Friendship Association of Chinese Students and Scholars at Univ. of Houston
Zhou Yi

Fenghua Academy, Chicago, IL
Principal:  Ron Li, Ph.D.

Davis NewStar Chinese School, Davis, CA
Principal: Ning Wan

Durham Chinese School, Durham, NC
Principal: Xiaoping Johnson, Ph.D.

Long Island School of Chinese, New York, NY
Principal:  Mr. Lihong Cheng

Dongfang Chinese School, Chicago, IL
Principal: Nancy Xie
Chairman: Jie Chen

Huaxing Language & Culture Center, Columbia, MD
President:  Qingyuan Han, Ph.D.
Chairman:  Guangming Zhou, Ph.D

Greater Memphis United Chinese Association, Memphis, TN
President: John Chen

Howard County Chinese School, Columbia, MD
Chairman:  Kevin Zhang
Principal:   Wei Guo
PTA President:  Min Zhu

Fenghua Academy, Chicago, IL
Principal:  Ron Li, Ph.D.

Davis NewStar Chinese School, Davis, CA
Principal: Ning Wan

Durham Chinese School, Durham, NC
Principal: Xiaoping Johnson, Ph.D.

Long Island School of Chinese, New York, NY
Principal:  Mr. Lihong Cheng

Dongfang Chinese School, Chicago, IL
Principal: Nancy Xie
Chairman: Jie Chen

Huaxing Language & Culture Center, Columbia, MD
President:  Qingyuan Han, Ph.D.
Chairman:  Guangming Zhou, Ph.D.

Massachusetts Beijing Chinese Language School, Shrewsbury, MA
Principal and Chairman:  Weichu Xu

J & J Chinese School, Austin, TX
Principal:  Jeannie Xiang, Ph.D.

Xilin Northwest Chinese School, Chicago, IL
Principal: Fan Li

Greater Cincinnati Chinese School, Cincinnati, OH
Chairman: Charlie Zhang
Vice Chair:  Ying Gu

East Tennessee Chinese School, Knoxville, TN
Principals:  Jun Qu & Weihua Li
Director:    Hong Li

Austin Great Wall Chinese School, Austin, TX
Principal:  Yu Tang

CCC Chinese School, Albany, NY
Principal: Jiangzhong Tang

San Diego Huaxia Chinese School, Riverside, CA
Principal:  Huirou Tian

Minnesota Minghua Central School, St. Paul, MN
Principal:  Shuxian Hu

Ray Chinese School, Chicago, IL
Principal: Simon Zhang

Western Connecticut Chinese Association, Danbury, CT
President: Hong Ding,  Vice President: 曾心怡, BOD Members:
王筱棣,王黎翔,邓进财,Yulin Ma,
Zhidong Chen, Ling Chen, Amily Chen, 冯武成,卢源玫, 张嵩文
张清, 潘左宏, 章忠华, 董薇,
薛宁,许辉, 张瑞韶,  Y. Chen,  Charlie Zhao,  Helen Hsu,  Hao Wang

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