(Mr. Yuxiang Min delivered this speech at Voice of Anhui Musical Evening, with Tiffany Chan as the translator.) Dear Leaders, Country fellows, Compatriots, Ladies and Gentlemen : Good Evening!
New York City, November 30, 2021, — The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that Oscar Tang and Agnes Hsu-Tang have pledged $125 million to fund the renovation of the Museum’s Modern Wing. This is the largest capital gift ever to The Met and follows Oscar Tang’s nearly 30 years of service and leadership as… Continue reading The Met Received $125 M from Oscar Tang and Agnes Hsu-Tang to Fund the Museum’s Modern Wing
New York, Nov 5, 2021, — Columbia University will hold a webinar on Nov. 8 to honor Dr. Mabel Ping-hua Lee receiving Phd in Economics from Columbia 100 years ago. Mabel Ping-Hua Lee (李彬华, October 7, 1896 – 1966) was a Chinese-American women’s rights activist and minister who campaigned for women’s suffrage in the United… Continue reading Columbia University Honors 100th Anniversary of Dr. Mabel Ping-hua Lee’s Phd in Economics
New York City, July 21, 2019, — China Arts and Entertainment Group Ltd. (CAEG) returns to the David H. Koch Theater with two ballet productions Carmina Burana and Goddess of the Luo River performed by the Guangzhou Ballet. Winner of 42 international awards and 159 national awards, Guangzhou Ballet is one of the most outstanding… Continue reading Guangzhou Ballet to Perform at Koch Theater in NYC
New York City, — On Friday, March 9, 2018, the eight ideas that will improve subway signals, capacity and communications for the future of the New York City subway system were announced.
New York City, — On July 22, 68 years old Asian male Vincent Tse, who has been a volunteer for six years at Selfhelp Benjamin Rosenthal-Prince Street Senior Center, was looking for parking spot on the way to the center to volunteer. He had a disagreement with an African-American and was severely assaulted. He is… Continue reading NYC Senior Center Volunteer Vincent Tse Assaulted, in Critical Condition
New York City, Dec. 23, 2015, (xinhua) — “The Chinese food is popular in the United States. There are more than 43,000 establishments, and with an annual sales of over 25 billion dollars, it is the secondly most popular takeout cuisine in America,” said Wang Rui, a co-founder of Cuckoo Kitchen. Screen shot of Cuckoo’s… Continue reading Tsinghua Graduate Introduces Healthy Chinese Food in the US
NEW YORK, Nov. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The China Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) and the U.S.-China Cultural Institute, Cultural Associate of the Committee of 100, announced today at a press conference at Lincoln Center that Academy Award-winning composer Tan Dun, the New York Philharmonic, National Dance Institute, Fireworks by Grucci, and New York… Continue reading “Happy Chinese New Year: Fantastic Art China” Festival Returns to NYC in February 2016.
New York City, Nov. 11, 2015, — On November 16, the Premiere of TV documentary Survival in Shanghai will be held in Park East Synagogue in New York. This event is also part of the Exhibition on Jewish Refugees and Shanghai Global Tour.