Chinese Investments in the US: Challenges and Opportunities (Please note this session is conducted in Mandarin Chinese.) Speakers: Yasheng Huang, Krystian Ji, Jun Li, Zhijun Yan Moderator: Kaiyuan Wang China’s rapid economic growth has brought a tremendous influx of Chinese investments into the US, and generated unprecedented impact on Chinese Continue Reading
U.S.-China Relations, and How It Affects Chinese Americans Speakers: Ambassador J. Stapleton (Stape) Roy, Cheng Li Moderator: John H. Jia China’s rapid economic growth and increasing regional and global influence have unexpectedly shifted the geopolitical terrain in Asia-Pacific. As a result, U.S.-China relations have evolved to a complex mix of Continue Reading
Defending Civil Rights – A Conversation with Sherry Chen, Xiaoxing Xi, and Peter R. Zeidenberg, Esq. Speakers: Xiaoxing Xi, Sherry Chen, Peter R. Zeidenberg, Esq. Moderator: Albert Wang The increasing mistrust between the United States of America and China, partly triggered by the rise of China, has caught many Chinese Continue Reading
Nurturing a Multi-Ethnic Democracy – A Panel Discussion among Leaders of Jewish, African American and Latino, as well as Asian AmericanCommunities Speakers: Karen K. Narasaki, Alan Ronkin, Hilary O. Shelton Guest Introducer: John K. Holton Moderator: Frank H. Wu Chinese Americans are a coalition identity, spanning different origins, generations, dialects, Continue Reading
Cultural Crossroads: How Can Chinese Culture and Values Enrich Our American Experience Speakers: Chung-ying Cheng, Michael Puett, Wenshan Jia Chinese civilization is enjoying a renaissance on a global scale. In this session, our distinguished scholars will offer their insights about the nature of Chinese civilization and its most important values. Continue Reading
Political Empowerment: Why We Need to Redefine Asian American Success Speaker: Karthick Ramakrishna Asian Americans are the fastest growing populations in the United States, and much of this new growth is driven by immigration from China and India. Asian Americans tend to be highly educated and have high incomes, but they Continue Reading
Chinese American Civic Engagement: Urgency and Impact Speaker: Frank H. Wu Frank H. Wu, who has appeared on national television and radio and written for mainstream and ethnic media as well as at The Huffington Post, has been working on civil rights and public policy since he was a teenager Continue Reading
The trailer of the Inaugural Convention of the UCA.
Thursday, September 8, 2016 Grand Hyatt, 1000 H St NW, Washington D.C. 20001 Foyer, Rayburn House Office Building, 50 Independence SW, Washington D.C. 20024 12:00p Grand Hyatt Registration begins 5:30p Foyer, Rayburn House Office Building Congressional Gala Reception at Capitol Hill with Members of Congress Co-Hosted by APAPA & UCA 5:30p: Continue Reading
Haipei Shue, President of UCA has just spent one day for “Golden Spike Festival” at Promontory Point in Salt Lake City where the last spikes of the Transcontinental Railroad were put in. In two years, 2019, it will be 150 Anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad. UCA will Continue Reading
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To engage in the youth initiatives described below, please email firstname.lastname@example.org UCA-IL Presents Parenting Conference Asian Parents, American Children Time: April 22, Sat, 2017 ( 8:00am – 4:30pm) Location: Hyatt Place Rosemont, 6810 Mannheim Rd, Rosemont, IL 60018 Program: Lectures and discussions Parenting in a new country and new Continue Reading
Chinese Communities Across the Country Support South Asian Americans’ Call for Full Investigation of Possible Hate Crimes Committed in Olathe, KS and Kent, WA UCA向国会议员递交128个华人社团抗击种族仇恨声援信 In the morning of Wednesday, 03/23/2017, Haipei Shue of United Chinese Americans (UCA) visited Capitol Hill as the representative of the 100+ Chinese organizations Continue Reading
Statement by United Chinese Americans (UCA) On the United Airlines Incident of Forcefully Removing a Senior Citizen From the Seated Airplane Like most people who have watched the incident video today, United Chinese Americans (UCA) is immensely disturbed by the violent and wrong action taken yesterday to remove a 69-year Continue Reading