United Chinese Americans (UCA) is developing an interactive map for significant historical events that related to Chinese Americans. The interactive map will be presented and made accessible to the public at UCA National Convention on September 28, 2018 in Washington D.C.
If you know about any such event (the first, the largest, the earliest, the smallest, the most valuable… person, event that is related to Chinese American experiences), please submit the information on-line by click the link below:
UCA will evaluate all entries, verify and select qualified entries to be used on the map. Be part of the history and help us build this interactive map with your knowledge of Chinese American heritage!
You will be credited as the contributor provided that (1) the event is relevant to Chinese American heritage, (2) you provided your name and contact information, (3) your entry is the earliest (based on the submission timestamp), and (4) your entry event is NOT already in iCAHM database which also receive data from other sources.
To learn more about iCAHM project, please visit UCA website (http://ucausa.org/initiatives/heritage/icahm/)
Dr Xiaoyan Zhang
Dr. Zhang is a visiting professor at School of Social Work, University of Pittsburgh. He leads the development of a new doctoral level curriculum “Data Science Applications in Human Services”.
Under guidance of Dr. Zhang as a national board member, UCA is developing an interactive map for significant historical events that related to Chinese Americans.